ONLINE MINDFULNESS THERAPY VIA SKYPE


Online Therapy via Skype

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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 Therapy for Anxiety

Online Therapy for Anxiety

Online Therapy for Anxiety over Skype

Online Therapy for Anxiety is now quite common. In the online therapy service that I provide, I will teach you how to manage anxiety through Mindfulness Therapy. This is a very effective approach, quite different than older style talk therapy or counseling and much more effective for transforming the core process that creates anxiety. Contact me to learn more and to schedule a trial therapy session by visiting my main website, counselingtherapyonline.com.


 Online Mindfulness Therapist for Anxiety

Let an online therapist help you manage your anxiety more effectively.
Online Therapy for Anxiety
Online Therapist for Anxiety
Perhaps you feel trapped and unable to get beyond anxiety, depression or traumatic memories? Do you feel a victim of your emotions?
These core emotions may get a severe impact on the characteristic of our own lives as well as our relationships. We may be plagued by guilt or regret or a sense of internal wounding and great distress that just will not go away. We become casualties of our conditioned habitual reactivity of prisoners and our inner emotions. The world is seen as a hostile place and we feel overwhelmed, fatigued, negative and empty.
Online Therapy for Anxiety
Online Counseling for Anxiety

So, how can we go about altering this less than satisfactory state of existence? Just how do we break free from being a casualty of our routines of emotional reactivity that is habitual? How do we heal the wounds that cut so deep and restore balance?

I consider, as a practitioner of mindfulness-based therapy, that all successful forms psychotherapy and are based on a single principle that is fundamental, and this is actually the principle of engaged-presence. By establishing a profound level of relationship with the inner anguish, distress and injured portions of our psyche, we must start our journey of inner transformation, which relationship needs to be predicated on openness, real attention, and non-reactivity. All our activities should be directed into this one end, in order to sit down with exactly the same degree of consideration and love with our pain and care for it that a mother gives to her baby.
 It's a fundamental tenet in Mindfulness Psychotherapy that what keeps stress and emotional suffering alive is our inattention or un-mindfulness, also simply called ignorance. We suffer from our pain day in day out, but never actually make an effort to just be with our pain, finding it, gently massaging it with all the love of undivided focus that is pure.
There's a growing consciousness of the prime importance of the quality of mindful-attention. Its not about examining the difficulty, not about trying to change negative beliefs, not about repairing things, but about developing a safe space across the suffering that offers it an opportunity to move, unfold and change in its unique way, free from the interference of the ego-directed thinking mind. If done in isolation, looking to repair matters externally can only be partly successful. We have to heal at the core, and this means enabling changes to arise in the intuitive level, a far more sensitive level thinking thoughts and than supplied by the ego. In the end, the difficulties of disharmony and internal conflict are mostly a product of the self trying to restrain psychological suffering through the self-reactions of avoidance, diversion and repression. It's a far better practice to establish a foundation of stillness and inner listening at a deeper and intuitive level, a foundation in the fertile soil of mindfulness and permit insights, new beliefs and action to originate from this sound basis.
Online Therapy for Anxiety
Online Therapy for Anxiety - Very Effective!

Everyone knows the need for facing our emotions directly and getting in touch with our feelings.
Every emotion can be viewed as a mental thing, something which appears in the mind and has a specific life of its own. We get an expression of the stress or depression or fear as being a part of our thoughts: a judgmental parent, an inner child, or only as an object with a specific shape as well as color. Often these inner mental objects can be believed to reside in a certain portion of the body - stomach, neck or the heart. Most appear to occur to the left or right, possibly in a certain spot in your inner visual display, or in front of you.
Take some time to concentrate your mindfulness and see if you're able to get a sense of your objects that are emotional, whether nervousness, anger or remorse. Every internal part, every emotion has a certain feel, a felt-awareness that surrounds it. Mindfulness helps us discover this, in addition to discovering our habitual tendencies to react to stabbing recollection or the emotion.
Another crucial tenet of Mindfulness Meditation, and this is when you focus mindfulness on an emotion what you are doing, will be to understand the way to react to these reactions, the anxiety of the emotion, the tendency to get lost in thinking - inner conversation and judgement. The critical point to understand is that these reactions may also be seen as items that are mental, to be related to in exactly the same way - with mindfulness. Among the things which makes mindfulness rather particular, and distinct from general focus or recognition, is when we're educating a relationship based on mindfulness, that nothing is excluded. We make room for our object that is mental too as our reactions to that particular emotion; there is tons of space for all.

The impact of establishing a mindfulness-based relationship together with your inner psychological suffering is that it opens up a curative space, a space and stops the cycle of reactivity, which is in this space that mental suffering begins to unfold and change. It's quite like massaging the sore portions of the head with mindfulness. Each time you touch suffering with mindfulness, it responds by healing. The more you massage it with mindfulness, the more it is going to heal.
Practice focusing on your pain and saying, "I see you. Welcome. I promise you that I'm really going to be with you and give you 100% of my focus." Each moment of aware-contact cures. It breathes heat into those parts that are frozen. It dampens those parts that have become contracted and contorted into forms that are tortured. It envelops anguish in the curing space of internal freedom and care that's the manifestation of love that is real.
Practice this way of connecting to trauma, depression, grief or your anxiety a hundred times a day and see for yourself if this doesn't have a beneficial healing effect. Rather different to the pain of others, or our usual mechanical reactivity where we run away from our pain. Fairly distinct to becoming lost in thinking. The goal of mindfulness meditation on emotions is not to re- experience the emotion or memory that is stabbing, but learn the best way to experience them differently, as parts of yourself that demand your attention and love. Love that you give through being there for your emotions, being present, being engaged along with your suffering. Of being present, that quality is a movement in still, not words and thinking, but listening fully having a head that cares and is not close to every tiny move. You learn to hold your emotion.
Should you listen and tune directly into your emotions in this manner, they'll react by releasing their iron-grip on you. If you learn to adore your pain in this way, your pain will reward you by releasing stuck mental energy, and make it free to re-assimilate back into the mind where it can do good and breath life and vitality back in your being. It may seem unusual, but in essence, in the event that you give your emotional suffering space, it is going to respond by transforming and working out in direct proportion. If you let it heal, it'll heal. This habit can be undone now by learning how to greet each emotion, each reaction, each idea and memory as an object to which we are able to relate with mindfulness, with complete engaged-presence.
Online Therapy for Anxiety
Online Therapy for Anxiety


Discover more about Online Mindfulness Therapy for the treatment of Anxiety and Depression and for Addiction Counseling Online and for help with PTSD via Skype.
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