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.

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Online Therapist for Anxiety

Online Therapist for Anxiety

Talk to an Online Therapist for Anxiety

Talk to an online therapist for anxiety or help with panic attacks. If you want to break free from the habit of chronic anxiety then you need to learn how to change the underlying process that creates that anxiety. Treatment-based approaches and prescription medications may relieve symptoms for a while, but they do little if anything to change the underlying process that causes anxiety. In the Mindfulness Therapy sessions that I offer online via Skype I will teach you how to transform the underlying mechanism. This powerful approach includes learning how to change our relationship to thoughts and to the core emotions underneath the thoughts. Go to my website to learn more and then contact me to schedule an online session.


Do you feel stuck and not able to get beyond anxiety, depression and traumatic memories? Do you feel a victim of your emotions' a slave to your thoughts?

Extreme emotions caused by personal loss, childhood trauma or a recent traumatic experience possess the inclination become stuck in the deep recesses of the mind in the place where they continue to ferment and generate recurring stress and patterns of negative thinking. These core emotions might get a severe effect on the quality of our relationships and our lives. Core complexes comprise mental energy which has become trapped and frozen in place, unable internal generators of suffering and conclude, to change. We might be plagued by guilt or sorrow or a feeling of great distress and inner wounding that simply will not go away. We become victims of our conditioned habitual reactivity of our inner emotions and prisoners. These routines of internal anguish become established as habitual patterns of reactivity that affect our thinking, our internal beliefs and perceptions of the entire world. The world is viewed as a hostile place and we feel fatigued, overwhelmed, negative and empty.

How can we go about altering this less than satisfactory state of existence? Just how do we break free from truly being a casualty of our patterns of habitual emotional reactivity? How do we restore balance and heal?
Online Therapist for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety

I believe, as a practitioner of mindfulness-based psychotherapy, that all successful types psychotherapy and spiritual practice are based on one principle that is fundamental, and this is the principle of engaged-existence. We must begin our journey of internal transformation by creating a deep level of relationship using injured areas of our mind and the inner anguish, distress, and this relationship needs to be predicated on real attention, openness, and non-reactivity. All our activities must be channeled into that one end, in order to take a seat with exactly the same amount of love and attention that a mother gives to her infant.
Mindfulness is an ancient practice, and essential to all the teachings of the Buddha, in which we let go of doing and reacting, thinking and attempting to fix things, and just sit with every one of our emotions having a mind that is open, caring and genuinely considering the subtleties of a mental complex.
There is a growing recognition of the prime importance of this quality of aware-attention. Its not about analyzing the issue, not about attempting to change negative beliefs, not about repairing things, but about creating a safe space throughout the anguish that provides it a chance to go, unfold and change in its own unique way, free from the interference of the ego-directed thinking thoughts. If done in isolation, looking to fix matters externally can only be partly successful. We have to heal at the core, which means allowing changes to appear in the intuitive level, a far more sensitive level than supplied by the self and thinking thoughts. After all, the difficulties of disharmony and inner conflict are mainly a product of the ego attempting to restrain mental anguish through the ego-reactions of repression, deflection and avoidance. It's a far better practice to first create a foundation of stillness and inner listening at a deeper and intuitive level, a basis in the fertile earth of mindfulness and invite new beliefs, actions and insights to appear from this solid basis.
Online Therapist for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety


 Mindfulness Therapy for Anxiety

Everyone understands the need for facing our emotions and getting in contact with our feelings. But what does this mean in practice, and how do we do it?
Every emotion can be seen as a mental object, something which has a specific life of its own and originates in the mind. We get a feeling of the tension or depression or panic as being a portion of our head: an inner child, a parent that is judgmental, or merely as an object having a particular form as well as color. Often these internal mental things might be felt to reside in a specific part of the body - neck, the heart or belly. Most appear to happen in a specific location in your inner visual display, perhaps to the left or right, or in front of you.
Take the time to concentrate your mindfulness and see if you're able to get a feeling of your emotional objects, whether anger, nervousness or remorse. Every internal part, every emotion has a particular atmosphere, a felt-awareness that encircles it. Mindfulness helps us detecting our habitual tendencies to respond to the emotion or traumatic recollection, as well as find this.
Another vital tenet of Mindfulness Meditation, and this is when you focus mindfulness on an emotion, what you are doing, would be to learn the best way to respond to these reactions, the fear of the emotion, the tendency to get lost in thinking - internal dialogue and judgement. The critical point to understand is these reactions can also be seen as mental items, to be related to in the exact same manner - with mindfulness. Among the things that makes mindfulness different from awareness or general focus, and fairly particular, is that nothing is excluded when we're cultivating a relationship based on mindfulness. We make room for our emotional thing along with our reactions to that particular emotion; there is loads of space for all.

The consequence of establishing a mindfulness-established relationship along with your inner emotional anguish is the fact that it opens up a space, a space that is curative and stops the cycle of reactivity, and it's also that mental anguish begins to unfold and transform. It is rather like massaging the sore elements of the mind with mindfulness. Each time you touch anguish with mindfulness, it responds by healing. The more you massage it using mindfulness, the more it's going to cure.
 Welcome. I guarantee you that I'm really going to be with you and give you 100% of my focus." Each minute of mindful-contact fixes. It breathes warmth into those parts which are frozen. It softens those parts that have become contorted into kinds that are tortured and contracted. It envelops anguish in the curing space of care and inner freedom that is the manifestation of genuine love.
Practice this manner of linking to depression, your stress, grief or trauma a hundred times a day and see for yourself if this doesn't have a beneficial healing effect. Fairly different to our standard mechanical reactivity where we run from our pain, or the pain of others. Quite distinct to becoming lost in believing. The objective of mindfulness meditation on emotions is just not to re- learn how to experience them differently, as parts of yourself that demand your attention and love, although experience the emotion or stabbing recollection. Love through being there for your emotions, being present, being engaged along with your anguish which you give. Of being present, that quality is a movement in still, not words and thinking, but listening completely with a mind that is not close to every tiny move and cares. You learn to hold your emotion in the cradle of mindfulness.
If you listen and tune into your emotions in this manner, they will react by releasing their iron-grip on you. If you learn to love your pain in this way, you will be rewarded by your pain by releasing stuck mental energy, and allow it to be free to re-assimilate back to the mind where it can do breath and good life and vitality back in your being. It may seem unusual, but in essence, in the event that you give your mental suffering space, it'll react by transforming and resolving in direct proportion. It'll cure should you allow it to heal. The single thing that stops our suffering is our reactivity, our un mindfulness and ignorance. This habit can be undone now by learning how to greet each thought, each reaction, each emotion and memory as an object to which we can associate with mindfulness, with total engaged-presence. Give it a try. Give your emotions a massage - the massage of mindfulness.
Online Therapist for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety

Find out more about Online Mindfulness Therapy for the treatment of Anxiety and Depression and for Addiction Counseling Online and for treatment for PTSD over Skype.
Visit my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/pdmstrong to learn about Online Therapy over Skype.

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