Eating disorders are complicated mental illnesses that afflict people of different ages, genders, and backgrounds. These dangerous illnesses have arisen as a result of the constant pursuit of an unattainable body ideal. It is critical for society to encourage body positivity and healthy attitudes towards food and self-image. Continue reading How To Overcome Eating Disorders: Interventions
The highs and lows of having bipolar illness can feel like being on an emotional rollercoaster, which can be debilitating and disturbing. In the lives of individuals who are impacted, the pursuit of stability and efficient administration takes on a crucial role. This is where Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) comes into play as a potent tool, providing an organized method to combat the difficulties of bipolar disease. Continue reading How to Use CBT for Bipolar Disorder Management?
It is evident that the road to recovery is anything but simple after exploring the complicated subject of trauma and PTSD. However, it’s crucial to keep in mind that recovery is possible with the right assistance, resources, and outlook. Don’t be afraid to ask for help from a mental health professional if you or someone you know is dealing with trauma and PTSD. Throughout this journey, keep in mind to be patient with and kind to yourself. It is possible to transition from merely surviving to thriving with willpower and persistence. Let’s end the stigma associated with trauma and PTSD and begin the dialogue about healing and hope. Continue reading Trauma and PTSD: Everything That You Need To Know
Gratitude has been found to have numerous physical and emotional health effects. Gratitude practice has been shown in studies to reduce stress, improve sleep, and even increase happiness. It can aid in the development of stronger relationships and effective communication. Gratitude can also assist us in dealing with bad situations by reminding us of the wonderful aspects of our lives and providing us with perspective. Continue reading How Practicing Gratitude Can Improve Your Daily Life?
Hoarding is frequently more than just being dirty or unorganised; it can develop into a significant mental health condition that must be treated by a doctor. Even if their belongings are harmful or no longer needed, people with hoarding disorder may feel extreme anxiety and distress at the notion of getting rid of them. A person’s physical health may also be affected by hoarding since clutter can draw vermin, mildew, and other dangers. Continue reading Anxiety and Hoarding: 4 Effective Tips to Break Free!
Counselors and psychology students alike can benefit from using ACT to help people discover their values, improve their mindfulness, and take meaningful actions towards their goals. You can enable your clients to find greater satisfaction, resilience, and wellbeing by incorporating ACT into your counselling practice. Continue reading Acceptance & Commitment Therapy: 15 Ways ACT can be helpful
NSSI and self-harm can both have negative effects on a person’s life and significant repercussions. Both actions have the potential to cause infections, scars, and physical injury. Also, people who self-harm or engage in NSSI may have feelings of shame or isolation as well as difficulty forming relationships and interacting with others. Continue reading Overcoming Non-Suicidal Self-Injury: Healing from the Inside Out
Unhelpful thoughts or ideas that we have about ourselves, other people, or the world are self-defeating and restrictive. These ideas can be imprinted profoundly and frequently give rise to feelings of anxiety, dread, or self-doubt. It can eventually prevent us from accomplishing our objectives and leading fulfilling lives. Continue reading How to stop self defeating thoughts & unhelpful beliefs?
Abandonment problems can have a big impact on a person’s life, affecting their relationships, emotions, and entire sense of self-worth. But, with the correct self-help tactics and support, these challenges can be overcome and a more satisfying life can be built. Seeking professional treatment, practicing self-compassion, cultivating healthy relationships, and developing coping mechanisms to manage powerful emotions are some of the tactics explored in this blog. Continue reading 12 ways to overcome your fear of abandonment
Do you have a continual fear that people may abandon you? Do you find it difficult to build deep and lasting connections because you are afraid of being abandoned? If this is the case, you are not alone. Fear of being abandoned by those we care about is a common and terrible feeling that can prevent us from living our best lives. Continue reading How to overcome the fear of people leaving me?
The fear of abandonment is a psychological condition in which a person is concerned about being rejected or abandoned by someone they care about. This anxiety can be triggered by a number of circumstances. Continue reading What is Fear of Abandonment? How to overcome feeling insecure?
Having a high sense of self-worth does not require perfection or constant self-confidence. Instead, it’s about embracing one’s weaknesses and limitations, having a realistic and balanced picture of oneself, and making a conscious effort to grow in a positive and healthy way. Continue reading 12 Signs of high self-esteem: Easy tips to develop it
Self-esteem is an important factor in an individual’s mental and physical well-being. Low self-esteem can have serious implications for overall health and well-being. Moreover, it can lead to a range of physical and psychological issues. It’s crucial to have a positive sense of self since it influences our attitudes, feelings, and actions. We are more likely to feel inspired to work towards our objectives when we have a high sense of self-worth. Continue reading Aid your self-esteem: Proven Tips for Improving Self-Esteem
Boosting self-esteem can lead to many benefits, such as greater confidence, better decision-making, improved relationships, and increased resilience in the face of challenges. It can also help individuals to pursue their goals, take risks, and believe in their abilities. Continue reading 3 Ways to Improve Your Self-Esteem and Attract Success
Table of Content for the blog: “Overcoming Negative Thoughts” Are you held captive by your own thoughts? Negative thoughts have a way of infiltrating our minds and stealing our peace, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Discover the … Continue reading How to overcome negative thoughts?
What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy? CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is a very popular kind of talk therapy wherein the client engages in organized treatment with a mental health counselor (psychotherapist or therapist) by attending a certain number of sessions. Many … Continue reading What is CBT- An Introduction to a Revolutionary Therapy with A Case Example
Treatments for mood disorders such as depression come in a wide variety of forms. Since psychotherapy may assist you in exploring the underlying causes of your symptoms and teaching you new coping mechanisms, it can be an effective treatment for … Continue reading Psychotherapies and Tips to Manage Depression
All about Eating Disorders The behavioral condition known as an eating disorder is defined by significant and ongoing disturbances in eating habits as well as the painful thoughts and feelings that go along with them. These disorders can be quite … Continue reading Eating Disorder and Self-help Strategies for Speedy Recovery
Most relationships, including marriages, aren’t flawless. There are differences between each person’s views, values, attitudes, and personal histories when they enter a relationship. These differences may not inevitably portend problems in your partnership. Contrarily, differences can be advantageous; you’ve heard … Continue reading A quick guide to Marital counselling
Psychotherapy is offered by therapists in a variety of forms. A psychotherapist will consider factors including the nature of the problem being treated and the person’s personality when deciding which treatment will be most beneficial because some people respond better … Continue reading What is the difference between DBT and CBT Therapy?
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a powerful, evidence-based treatment that aids people in creating a life they find meaningful. Many of these people struggle with serious mental health issues. What Is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy? A modified form of cognitive behavioral … Continue reading Application and purpose of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in counseling
The capacity to change one’s emotional reactions is essential for general well-being and for successfully juggling life’s obligations. Our physiology and the reciprocal connections between our physiological, cognitive, and emotional systems play a key role in how well we are … Continue reading Benefits of Cardiac Coherence and Steps to Aid Emotional Healing + Free Worksheet to Get You Started!
Despite the fact that many people confuse the phrases, shyness and social anxiety are two separate things. It is typical to feel awkward in social settings, which is known as shyness. Even though someone is hesitant, they may frequently find … Continue reading A Thin Line Between Social Anxiety Disorder and Shyness + Free 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
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 Simple way to do Progressive Muscle Relaxation at home
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 List of 20 limited thinking patterns of CBT
We falsely rationalize that an event (A) is responsible for how we feel or consequences (C). We aren’t even aware that we have a rational belief (RB) or irrational belief (IRB) in between. In our ignorant minds the model is simpler, it is AC model. Let me give you a few examples which will hopefully help you understand this model. Continue reading How to overcome depression with CBT?