Unlocking the Secrets Of Behavioral Change: A Guide to Conditioning & Functional Analysis with CFT

Operant conditioning, Respondent conditioning, functional analysis of behavior, and compassion focused therapy can be used together in a holistic approach to improve an individual’s mental health. Continue reading Unlocking the Secrets Of Behavioral Change: A Guide to Conditioning & Functional Analysis with CFT

Navigating Attachment History and Style with CFT: A Guide to Growth

Table of content for this blog on Navigating Attachment History and Style with CFT Attachment: What does it mean? Attachment refers to the emotional bond that forms between individuals. It is a deep and enduring affectionate connection that provides a … Continue reading Navigating Attachment History and Style with CFT: A Guide to Growth

9 Tips to Break the Cycle of Self-criticism and Turn it into Your Biggest Strength + Case Studies and Free Worksheet

What is self-criticism? Self-criticism is a type of internal discourse in which an individual negatively or harshly evaluates their own conduct, thoughts, or feelings. It can take many forms, including self-reproach, self-blame, and perfectionism. Self-criticism has been linked to a … Continue reading 9 Tips to Break the Cycle of Self-criticism and Turn it into Your Biggest Strength + Case Studies and Free Worksheet

Core principles and The Three Circles Model of Emotion: CFT

What Exactly is Compassionate Focused Therapy (CFT)? Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT), also known as Compassion Mind Training (CMF), is the notion of integrating compassion instructional strategies into psychotherapy to try to inculcate kinder thinking habits that seek to encourage emotional and … Continue reading Core principles and The Three Circles Model of Emotion: CFT