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:



Online Therapist for Anxiety

Online Therapist for Anxiety

Anxiety Therapy Online

If you are suffering from anxiety or depression you might consider getting help from and online therapist.

Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional psychotherapist. I reside in Boulder, Colorado, and that I offer Online Counseling via Skype. Skype Counseling is growing increasingly popular, mostly because of the convenience, plus it ensures that you could speak with a therapist, like me, from the comfort of your home. And, this may be extremely important for people, particularly if you're suffering from anxiety or agoraphobia, where it is not really easy to depart home.

The Skype Counseling alternative is an excellent alternative for many people. Also, if you are living abroad, Skype Counseling might be an excellent option, and really, many of my customers are residing abroad as expatriates, working abroad, occasionally in the Middle East, other times in foreign countries in Europe, where individuals don't talk English, and therefore it's very hard to find a local therapist. So, the Online Counseling option becomes an alternative that is very convenient.

The style of treatment that I offer online is called Mindfulness Therapy, nowadays, which is growing enormously in popularity. And, it's actually a style of working together with your emotions in a really direct manner, cultivating knowledge and cultivating friendship towards your personal emotions, having a relationship with them that allows them to cure.

In case you would like to learn more about Skype Counseling and Mindfulness Therapy, please visit my website, and send me an email. I am pleased to answer your questions and schedule a Skype Counseling session with you. Thanks!

Online Therapist for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety

On-Line Counseling is getting more popular than ever in today's hectic life. As a professional psychotherapist, I've seen a dramatic increase in the amount of clients who like to run their therapy sessions in the comfort of their very own residences. All say that they discover online sessions using Skype or other videocam formats to be less intimidating and oddly relaxed and much more private.

There's also a feeling of self-empowerment related to the internet format, and the client will feel more in charge of the process and is inclined to take on the function of the weak, broken individual needing to be fixed by means of an authority figure.

Mindfulness Therapy, a form of Cognitive Therapy that focuses on the feelings behind ideas and beliefs seems to be especially well suited to the internet format, partly because clients spend a lot of the time with their eyes closed, as they explore the subtle inner structure of their stress or depression, anger or traumatic memories.

Mindfulness Therapy for Anxiety Described

Mindfulness Therapy is a very focused strategy and is fairly distinct from traditional speaking treatments, because the focus is really on the process and the essential sensory structure of nervousness and other states of psychological imbalance, rather than on the content of ideas or the personal story. What's of primary interest is since it's this compulsive force that gives significance and power to dysfunctional thinking, the psychological feeling energy that permeates negative ideas and beliefs. Without this mental charge, negative ideas, beliefs and memories have a tendency to lose their power and dissipate. We say that they lose their operating power and residency time, which suggests that they've less compulsive affect, less skill to dominate our heads, and we often spend less time proliferating and ruminating dysfunctional thinking.

All Mindfulness Therapy begins with practicing and learning the craft of self-reflection during the day, learning to comprehend our habitual cognitive reactivity and emotional reactivity. We start to wake up to what is going on instead of being taken along by custom; we start to become "conscious" and "alert" rather than operating on autopilot.
After identifying our habits - to become frustrated, mad or upset in certain situations or apprehensive and awful in others - we subsequently refine the process and educate ourselves to manage to get each unique reactive idea and emotion as it arises in real-time. Mindfulness Therapy, generally, always moves from the abstract to the specific, than to shift emotional states that are general because it is a lot easier to work on changing particular reactions and thoughts. Look for those special ideas that arise and get them early on before they have time to proliferate. Stress is a classic example of thinking that is proliferative that could turn a small anxiety reaction into a nightmare. You can frequently prevent the further suffering associated with stress when you can catch the anxiety reaction on. Form many folks this may make all the difference, and becoming really skilful in this procedure is the start of Mindfulness Therapy and lead to profound changes. This was recognized by the Buddha, 2600 years ago, who educated us the noble merit of awakening to our suffering, called ignorance, or dukkha, instead of blindly accepting it and proliferating dukkha out of unawareness.

This first part of Mindfulness Therapy is what I call the RECOGNITION period - learning to comprehend and awaken to our reactivity - and to take responsibility for our own suffering, instead of blaming it of other people as well as on outside conditions. Stress as a continual state is rarely due to external causes. That which we do in our minds is much the greatest source of suffering. Suffering is a lot more a subjective process of conditioned believing that we mistakenly add to the pain, although pain as an objective reality exists, yes.

Online Therapist for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety

The next period of Mindfulness Therapy is to do with how we relate to our anxiety, our internal dukkha or suffering. This really is the most crucial stage and is where healing and heavy transformation occurs. Ultimately, learning to recognize our reactivity isn't sufficient to transform it, but it does stop the process of proliferation, often described as "feeding the beast". In case you do not feed your stress, then it will become poorer and less powerful.

In the RELATIONSHIP period, we make a radical and fundamental choice that could entirely turn the specific situation around, and that is that we decide to turn towards the anguish. We train ourselves to welcome it, to make a space for our inner pain, as we would a friend; a teacher to greet it. This, of course, is the reverse of our standard response which to respond another time to the perceived nervousness with opposition, aversion and avoidance or fantasizing about how better it'd be, "if only..."

It cannot be overemphasized how important this is. The Buddha taught much about the significance of compassion - well here it is - actual empathy in which you allow your pain endangered to exist and in security, unmolested by the controlling self. This is actually the response of caring, of real empathy that is only called love, of kindness. When you bring this quality of presence to anguish it is similar to the sun shining on a block of ice - the ice melts and returns to a state of fluidity. This fluidity and malleability is required for the resolution of anxiety and anguish and also healing. Reactivity always has a hardness and unyielding quality to it, can change, and when we're locked into patterns of reactive thinking and feeling nothing. Mindfulness restores the internal intuitive and creative space of pure awareness in which your inner intuitive wisdom can flower and direct the healing procedure quite naturally. Tight, emotional formations that are contracted unfold and loosen up, showing internal construction that is more detailed in the sensory level. As we find more of this subtle experiential detail, commonly in the type of vision, body sensations and subtle feelings, healing and transformation accelerate. Often we can intuit what must happen and experiment with checking these changes affect the emotion and making small changes at the sensory level.

Transformation begins in earnest when the RELATIONSHIP phase of mindfulness consciousness is well cultivated. When we enter the abundant experiential world of inner vision and also the subtle feelings that accompany this vision that is natural, the nerve pathways to resolution begin to present themselves quite naturally and we can start to learn more about the details of what results in the resolution of the emotion. This really is the RESOLUTION phase of Mindfulness Therapy.

In one case, mindfulness was focused by a girl on a consistent mental complex of guilt-stress that affected every part of relationships and her life with kids and her husband. In the accepting and open state of mindful-existence, she discovered the guilt was not white in color and had a hard metallic triangular shape. It replied that it wanted light when she asked it what it needed. She did a little experiment and shone a light on the item. Then she discovered she tried another experiment in which she attempted enveloping the hard black object in a blanket, and that what it actually needed light was warmth. After several more experiments, she found that lying beside the item and giving it her body warmth functioned best. The contracted state softened as she pictured doing that she could feel the guilt lift, and also the imagery transformed too. The black object became lustrous and seemed to float from her body.

This procedure in which our internal creative experiential vision is permitted to unfold naturally and without the interference of the believing mind is very strong and creates new methods for relating to the target reality of life events, memories and traumas that are correlated with "trapped" emotional reactions like remorse, rage, anxiety as well as depression.

Peter Strong, PhD is Mindfulness Psychotherapist, spiritual teacher and an author, located in Boulder, Colorado, who specializes in the study of mindfulness and its use in Mindfulness Psychotherapy for treating the root reasons for depression, anxiety and traumatic stress.
Besides face to face treatment sessions, Dr. Strong offers On-Line Mindfulness Therapy through Skype and email correspondence. Teaching seminars are also accessible for companies and interested groups focused on wellness.
mindfulness-based Online Therapist for Anxiety
Mindfulness-based Online Therapist for Anxiety

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