Integrating different therapies in your practice can have wonderful effects. Many Counselors have significantly improved their counselling skills by learning different schools of therapy. And of course, this applies to many issues that your clients face. In this attempt, I … Continue reading Psychology students – 94% off Online courses with Certification
What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? A severely stressful situation, such as sexual assault or a natural disaster, might leave someone with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a mental health condition. In simpler terms, People who have encountered a shocking, terrible, … Continue reading Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder- Triggers and coping strategies
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder- What does it mean? Fear is a normal emotion both during and following a terrible event. Fear causes the body to go through a number of split-second modifications that aid in defending against or avoiding danger. This … Continue reading Self help strategies you have been searching to manage PTSD
DBT, or dialectical behavior therapy, is a comprehensive cognitive behavioral therapy. It is intended to help those who respond poorly to other therapeutic modalities. Problem-solving and acceptance-based techniques are the main objectives of this therapy. It functions in a dialectical … Continue reading How Can DBT be Used in Counselling?
The Emotional Quotient (EQ) measures a person’s capacity for reading, comprehending, and empathizing with the emotions of others. Every one of us has seen individuals with a high EQ who are also incredibly compassionate and approachable. We’ve all also seen … Continue reading Try these Fun ways to develop Emotional Quotient!
Anxiety- What is anxiety? Is anxiety normal? These are the two frequently pondered upon questions that an individual dealing with anxiety might engage in. Let’s simplify anxiety to develop a better understanding and identify if our anxiety is something normal … Continue reading Reduce Social Anxiety with these Coping Strategies + free worksheet
Preface 07 Oct, 2020 – 7:20 AM Yesterday when I went to bed I stumbled upon this realisation that thoughts have the ability to amplify. I have been having a lot of health issues for the past 4 years, and … Continue reading Trying to go completely Thoughtlessness
Social Anxiety Disorder formerly known as Social Phobia is an anxiety condition marked by overwhelming anxiety and extreme self-consciousness in routine social situations. People who suffer from social anxiety disorder constantly, intensely, and chronically worry about how others will perceive … Continue reading Got social anxiety? Apply these methods of recovery
The science and study of positive aspects of life, such as wellbeing, happiness, fulfillment, and the capacity to thrive in daily life, is known as Positive Psychology. The field investigates how to create a meaningful, fulfilling existence that enables an … Continue reading Try this positive psychology model in your counselling sessions!
Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment, through a gentle, nurturing lens. Being mindful is keeping a constant awareness of our thoughts, feelings, body sensations, and the immediate environment through a kind, … Continue reading 14 Most Effective exercises for Mindfulness
Couple Counselling is a type of psychotherapy that can help you and your partner strengthen your bond. Couples therapy helps you to mend your relationship if you’re having problems. Couple therapy can be beneficial at any stage of a relationship, … Continue reading 15 Techniques in 15 Minutes to make your relationship stronger!
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health disorder that occurs in people who have experienced a stunning, terrifying, or deadly event. It is normal to experience fear both during and after a distressing event. In order to defend against … Continue reading How to grow past your Trauma – A Guide to Post Traumatic Growth
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) developed by Marsha Linehan in 1993 is used to treat many mental health disorders. It is widely used in regulating one’s emotions. Research shows that DBT strengthens a person’s ability to handle distress without losing control … Continue reading 9 ways to stop feeling distressed – DBT Therapy
Today I recovered some lost notes that I had reflected upon while I was reading Bhagavad Gita a few years ago. I would love to hear your thoughts Provoking others into sense gratification is the biggest sin of all. it … Continue reading 6 spiritual insights that change perspective
The brain is part of the body. Just like all the cells of all other organs, brain cells are continually being renewed. Tomorrow’s cells are therefore made up of what we eat today. One key neurological fact is that two-thirds … Continue reading Brain Fuel: Eat this to beat Depression & Anxiety
The emotional brain is more intimate with the body than it is with the cognitive brain, which is why it is often easier to access emotion through the body than through language. Continue reading How logical thinking heals body
Yesterday I was attending a 3 days workshop on Discover Yourself by HG Sukumar Das at ISKCON Nasik. During the seminar, he was telling us a lot of things about hormones such as endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin, etc. Serotonin is … Continue reading How to increase serotonin – Bhagavad Gita Insights (ISKCON)
When depressed we tend to go into survival mode. This means we save as much energy as possible to survive. Therefore you might have noticed depressed people require a lot of energy to do basic chores. When we are depressed … Continue reading Depression – Expectation management with worksheet
I like to start with something funny 🙂 Loneliness is painful. There could be many reasons that we feel lonely. It took me a couple of years to realise the root of all my major depressive disorder, anxiety, and cyclothymia … Continue reading How to overcome Loneliness & Depression. The solution is in the Problem – Worksheet & Case Study
Like any other human being, I have certain annoying bad habits too. They produce guilt, frustrations and we just cannot seem to get over them. Can you relate to me? A few days ago I went to ISKCON and met … Continue reading 2 techniques to overcome stubborn bad habits and build new positive habits.
We all want to take decisions that give us sigh. Our past mistakes have kept us in pain. We have blamed situations, we have blamed people and even god. Today is the the day to realise that – No, it … Continue reading Why is it so hard to come out of depression?
114 Personal Growth Concepts Perfect/Profound Wisdom – Perfect wisdom is the ability to break through the ignorance and see the true nature of things i.e. see things as they are and not from our mental filters. Your mind should be … Continue reading 114 Personal Growth Concepts
Progressive Muscle Relaxation – CBT exercise to overcome anxiety This exercise will have better results if you can lay down. Though it can be done seated or standing up if you find yourself in a stressful situation, but there will … Continue reading How to do Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR)
One part of us is who we are today. Another part of us wants to be better, have an ideal way of living so that we reach our full potential. Where do these wishes come from? Even though we strive … Continue reading Why we want and not want to change?
Our circumstances don’t define us. Regardless of what happens in life, we always have the power to choose our attitude. So what’s the difference between someone who remains hopeful despite experiencing great suffering and the person who stubs his or … Continue reading These 20 Cognitive Distortions are making your life difficult