ONLINE MINDFULNESS THERAPY VIA SKYPE


Online Therapy via Skype

Talk to a therapist online via Skype

Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, PhD; I am a Professional ONLINE THERAPIST and I offer online therapy via Skype for the treatment of anxiety, depression, addictions, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anger Management Online, Stress Management and treatment for PTSD and any other emotional problems that you may be struggling with. During these online therapy sessions I will teach you effective methods for working with your emotions and patterns of reactive-compulsive thinking using the well-established techniques of Mindfulness Therapy and Online Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which is particularly effective for anxiety and depression and you can learn more about this style of psychotherapy by reading the many articles on this site ONLINE THERAPY and by watching the videos on my main online therapy site and on my YouTube Online Therapy Video channel.

Here is an introductory video about online Skype therapy:



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See an Online Therapist via Skype

See an Online Therapist via Skype

 Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I'm a professional online therapist. I offer Skype counseling to provide help with stress, depression, dependencies as well as other difficult emotions which you could be experiencing. I'm a professional psychotherapist, located in Boulder, Colorado, and that I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which I offer online via Skype. In the event you are interested in Skype counseling, do please contact me, e-mail me and we could discuss whether Skype counseling is the right selection for you personally.

See an Online Therapist via Skype
See an Online Therapist via Skype


Skype counseling is definitely quite popular as of late as an alternative to conventional office-based visits, which, of course, take up plenty of time, and it's frequently very difficult to locate the right kind of therapist to work with in your neighborhood. Skype counseling is significantly more suitable for you.

Also, most of my clients have a certain fascination with mindfulness-based treatment. Mindfulness Therapy is becoming very highly valued now specially for the treatment of depression and anxiety.

 It helps you change your relationship to the content of your head so that you do not become overwhelmed by reactive thinking, excessive worrying, and by wounding emotions, also. In my opinion, Mindfulness Therapy is one of the most reliable methods available right now for working with anxiety and depression as well as for solving those compulsive emotions behind obsessive compulsive thinking, or OCD, as well as for working with dependence.

Therefore, if you are thinking about learning more about Skype counseling, do please visit my web site, counselingtherapyonline.com, and send me an e-mail, and then we could schedule a Skype counseling therapy session. There is absolutely no charge for this trial session, if you do not find it useful then.

So, please, contact me and let us schedule a Skype therapy session. Thanks!



Mindfulness is a comprehension skill that allows one to stop habitual patterns of emotional reactivity, and creates an inner curative space that helps an emotion resolve and transform itself, bringing about healing in the core level.
See an Online Therapist via Skype

Visit my YouTube Channel to learn more about online therapy

 Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional online therapist. I provide online therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression and stress, addictions and other forms of emotional suffering.

Psychotherapy modalities for example CBT focus on these types of dysfunctional inner beliefs and try to alter them through offering new notion versions to the client and exposing the irrational nature of the belief. But, the true challenge is definitely in the best way to change the related feeling level that empowers the belief. If this mental energy stays unchanged afterward the beliefs and habitual reactivity will just return. Therefore, to change a belief structure and associated reactivity that is compulsive, the therapist must help the customer form a high quality relationship together with his inner feelings in without falling to the trap of further reactivity which he is able to observe and learn the feeling. This reactivity that is secondary frequently takes the kind of ruminative thinking, psychological reactivity or avoidance.

This really is where mindfulness becomes an invaluable tool for both the therapist and the client. Mindfulness means the non-reactive present-focused knowledge of an experience. It is the skill of listening that is sensitive, being completely present and receptive to whatever is being experienced. To the felt-sense of the emotion to cultivate this quality of presence, mindfulness is applied right in Mindfulness Meditation Therapy. We decide to make the emotion the principal object of our meditation and our task is to create a connection with the rage or anxiety in which we are able to discover the emotion and make it possible for the emotion, with the emotion. The purpose of cultivating the mindfulness-based relationship is that people show the subtle inner arrangement and are able to move to the deep internal structure from the superficial surface structure of the emotion.

Mindfulness is the sensitive awareness to reactivity itself. It is the skill of continually comprehending when we become reactive, when we become disoriented in thinking and judging or reacting with aversion or opposition or needing things to be different than they're. All of these reactions take us away in the direct experience of our internal felt-awareness of the mental complex, a phenomenon I call Reactive Displacement. Mindfulness permits US to tune into all the subtle movements of delusion, aversion and desiring and allows us to return our focus on the main objective, which in this case is the felt-sense of the emotion. We stay only at that interface and return for this interface over and over again. The effect of mindfulness, concentrated this way, is to open a "space" around the emotion, to cease secondary reactivity and be fully present using the emotion without responding, without wanting to fix things, without trying to control things.

The practice of mindfulness meditation this way opens up a therapeutic space that allows for the possibility of change. Reactivity keeps things the same and inhibits change; reactivity and restores freedom is counteracted by mindfulness into the mind. Now, how an emotion gets resolution and transformation is a large issue which will be discussed in another article. Suffice it to say that any psychological complex has got the property of being highly volatile and also the psyche is if given the liberty to manage at solving instability, extremely efficient - and this is the crucial point. Reactivity inhibits the freedom to operate, while the independence to modify is restored by mindfulness. What's discovered is that when we've got a continual mindfulness-established relationship using a dissonant emotion, the emotion will spontaneously experience transformation in a direction leading to its resolution. No freedom, no change.


Talk to an online therapist for help with anxiety and depression
Talk to an online therapist for help with anxiety and depression

Mindfulness Therapy via Skype

Online Psychotherapy, e-counseling and internet-treatment are becoming quite popular. It is convenient, affordable and proven successful. The focus is on providing you with the tools to better manage stress, anxiety, your depression and other difficult emotions.

Mindfulness Therapy is just one of the very most promising strategies for helping you understand the best way to work on making changes in the core level; fairly different that merely talking about your problems, which can be not too efficient for solving emotional responses that are consistent. In case you are feeling trapped, Mindfulness Therapy helps you get unstuck; should you are feeling too worried and nervous, Mindfulness Therapy helps you find inner equilibrium; in the event that you're feeling overstressed, Mindfulness Therapy helps you neutralize your habitual stress reactions; in the event you have problems with melancholy, Mindfulness Therapy can help you neutralize the negative self-talk and thinking. Above all, Mindfulness Therapy makes an internal healing space, the space of awareness that is aware that allows emotions unwind to unfold and become malleable. Mindfulness enables mental suffering to improve, transform and resolve.

You will find lots of books written on the healing effect of mindfulness, including my very own novel on the topic working with clients and called The Path of Mindfulness Meditation, which is based on years of investigation. Other writers who've written on the main topic of the curative application of mindfulness comprise Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn, who developed a phenomenally successful therapy plan called Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in the Stress Reduction Clinic of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. The power of mindfulness as a tool for easing mental healing is gaining a whole lot of popularity and respect. This would definitely make the Buddha for educating wholesome actions, to smile, as he more than every other person in history taught concerning the use of mindfulness as well as for freeing your brain in the anguish that we create through our patterns of blind reactivity that is habitual.
This kind of mindfulness treatment that I developed many years back and write about in The Path of Mindfulness Meditation focuses aware awareness directly on the emotions that are problematic and effectively creates a therapeutic space throughout the emotion that has a profoundly transformative effect. For this reason it's called Mindfulness Meditation Therapy (MMT).
We all understand how reactivity simply makes things worse and merely serves to bolster our suffering, along with those around us. Well mindfulness is the antidote: the proliferation of reactivity stops and then creates this internal healing space where the emotional energy that is now stuck can become fluid leading to favorable change and healing. Some clients have described this healing process as being like beaming rays of sun on a block of ice. It describes the healing effect of making inner independence through mindfulness, and is a lovely image.


See an Online Therapist via Skype

 Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I'm a professional online therapist. I offer Skype counseling to provide help with stress, depression, dependencies as well as other difficult emotions which you could be experiencing. I'm a professional psychotherapist, located in Boulder, Colorado, and that I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which I offer online via Skype. In the event you are interested in Skype counseling, do please contact me, e-mail me and we could discuss whether Skype counseling is the right selection for you personally.

Skype counseling is definitely quite popular as of late as an alternative to conventional office-based visits, which, of course, take up plenty of time, and it's frequently very difficult to locate the right kind of therapist to work with in your neighborhood. Skype counseling is significantly more suitable for you.

Also, most of my clients have a certain fascination with mindfulness-based treatment. Mindfulness Therapy is becoming very highly valued now specially for the treatment of depression and anxiety.

 It helps you change your relationship to the content of your head so that you do not become overwhelmed by reactive thinking, excessive worrying, and by wounding emotions, also. In my opinion, Mindfulness Therapy is one of the most reliable methods available right now for working with anxiety and depression as well as for solving those compulsive emotions behind obsessive compulsive thinking, or OCD, as well as for working with dependence.

Therefore, if you are thinking about learning more about Skype counseling, do please visit my web site, counselingtherapyonline.com, and send me an e-mail, and then we could schedule a Skype counseling therapy session. There is absolutely no charge for this trial session, if you do not find it useful then.

So, please, contact me and let us schedule a Skype therapy session. Thanks!



Mindfulness is a comprehension skill that allows one to stop habitual patterns of emotional reactivity, and creates an inner curative space that helps an emotion resolve and transform itself, bringing about healing in the core level.
See an Online Therapist via Skype

Visit my YouTube Channel to learn more about online therapy

 Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional online therapist. I provide online therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression and stress, addictions and other forms of emotional suffering.

Psychotherapy modalities for example CBT focus on these types of dysfunctional inner beliefs and try to alter them through offering new notion versions to the client and exposing the irrational nature of the belief. But, the true challenge is definitely in the best way to change the related feeling level that empowers the belief. If this mental energy stays unchanged afterward the beliefs and habitual reactivity will just return. Therefore, to change a belief structure and associated reactivity that is compulsive, the therapist must help the customer form a high quality relationship together with his inner feelings in without falling to the trap of further reactivity which he is able to observe and learn the feeling. This reactivity that is secondary frequently takes the kind of ruminative thinking, psychological reactivity or avoidance.

This really is where mindfulness becomes an invaluable tool for both the therapist and the client. Mindfulness means the non-reactive present-focused knowledge of an experience. It is the skill of listening that is sensitive, being completely present and receptive to whatever is being experienced. To the felt-sense of the emotion to cultivate this quality of presence, mindfulness is applied right in Mindfulness Meditation Therapy. We decide to make the emotion the principal object of our meditation and our task is to create a connection with the rage or anxiety in which we are able to discover the emotion and make it possible for the emotion, with the emotion. The purpose of cultivating the mindfulness-based relationship is that people show the subtle inner arrangement and are able to move to the deep internal structure from the superficial surface structure of the emotion.

Mindfulness is the sensitive awareness to reactivity itself. It is the skill of continually comprehending when we become reactive, when we become disoriented in thinking and judging or reacting with aversion or opposition or needing things to be different than they're. All of these reactions take us away in the direct experience of our internal felt-awareness of the mental complex, a phenomenon I call Reactive Displacement. Mindfulness permits US to tune into all the subtle movements of delusion, aversion and desiring and allows us to return our focus on the main objective, which in this case is the felt-sense of the emotion. We stay only at that interface and return for this interface over and over again. The effect of mindfulness, concentrated this way, is to open a "space" around the emotion, to cease secondary reactivity and be fully present using the emotion without responding, without wanting to fix things, without trying to control things.

The practice of mindfulness meditation this way opens up a therapeutic space that allows for the possibility of change. Reactivity keeps things the same and inhibits change; reactivity and restores freedom is counteracted by mindfulness into the mind. Now, how an emotion gets resolution and transformation is a large issue which will be discussed in another article. Suffice it to say that any psychological complex has got the property of being highly volatile and also the psyche is if given the liberty to manage at solving instability, extremely efficient - and this is the crucial point. Reactivity inhibits the freedom to operate, while the independence to modify is restored by mindfulness. What's discovered is that when we've got a continual mindfulness-established relationship using a dissonant emotion, the emotion will spontaneously experience transformation in a direction leading to its resolution. No freedom, no change.


Talk to an online therapist for help with anxiety and depression
Talk to an online therapist for help with anxiety and depression

Mindfulness Therapy via Skype

Online Psychotherapy, e-counseling and internet-treatment are becoming quite popular. It is convenient, affordable and proven successful. The focus is on providing you with the tools to better manage stress, anxiety, your depression and other difficult emotions.

Mindfulness Therapy is just one of the very most promising strategies for helping you understand the best way to work on making changes in the core level; fairly different that merely talking about your problems, which can be not too efficient for solving emotional responses that are consistent. In case you are feeling trapped, Mindfulness Therapy helps you get unstuck; should you are feeling too worried and nervous, Mindfulness Therapy helps you find inner equilibrium; in the event that you're feeling overstressed, Mindfulness Therapy helps you neutralize your habitual stress reactions; in the event you have problems with melancholy, Mindfulness Therapy can help you neutralize the negative self-talk and thinking. Above all, Mindfulness Therapy makes an internal healing space, the space of awareness that is aware that allows emotions unwind to unfold and become malleable. Mindfulness enables mental suffering to improve, transform and resolve.

You will find lots of books written on the healing effect of mindfulness, including my very own novel on the topic working with clients and called The Path of Mindfulness Meditation, which is based on years of investigation. Other writers who've written on the main topic of the curative application of mindfulness comprise Dr Jon Kabat-Zinn, who developed a phenomenally successful therapy plan called Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) in the Stress Reduction Clinic of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. The power of mindfulness as a tool for easing mental healing is gaining a whole lot of popularity and respect. This would definitely make the Buddha for educating wholesome actions, to smile, as he more than every other person in history taught concerning the use of mindfulness as well as for freeing your brain in the anguish that we create through our patterns of blind reactivity that is habitual.
This kind of mindfulness treatment that I developed many years back and write about in The Path of Mindfulness Meditation focuses aware awareness directly on the emotions that are problematic and effectively creates a therapeutic space throughout the emotion that has a profoundly transformative effect. For this reason it's called Mindfulness Meditation Therapy (MMT).
We all understand how reactivity simply makes things worse and merely serves to bolster our suffering, along with those around us. Well mindfulness is the antidote: the proliferation of reactivity stops and then creates this internal healing space where the emotional energy that is now stuck can become fluid leading to favorable change and healing. Some clients have described this healing process as being like beaming rays of sun on a block of ice. It describes the healing effect of making inner independence through mindfulness, and is a lovely image.