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5 CBT Coaching Tips are shared to help you thrive through transitions! If you’ll soon be finishing your college degree, graduating from University or have
Have you heard of Post-Pandemic Pressure related to Performance and Perfection? In my CBT practice and in my own life, I am witnessing numerous examples
It’s possible to navigate divorce with compassion and grace. It doesn’t have to consume your life with negativity and bitterness. CFT and CBT can help.
While the pandemic has led to a great increase in the use of teletherapy, also known as video therapy and telemedicine, it’s not the only reason to seek out online therapy treatment. In fact, I’ve been offering online Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) sessions for many years.
As COVID restrictions begin to ease in the United States and the United Kingdom, you may be uncertain on how to respond. After spending over a year in lockdown, isolated from friends and family, you’re not even sure what normal is anymore.
If you have recently decided to come out to others, are thinking about it, or coming out to yourself for the first time, you may feel scared and nervous and this is totally normal. You may feel uncertain as to how your family, friends and colleagues will react.
As a CBT therapist, I have found compassion-focused therapy (CFT) immensely helpful for my clients, and I specifically teach these methods in sessions. As you put these techniques into practice, you will discover that they offer life-changing insights and deeper self-knowledge.
No matter your age or station, like most of us, you’ve probably gone through tough life transitions. They’re typically not pleasant or exciting.
Do you know your inner critic? Did you know that every person has their own inner critic? It’s often the most constant of companions, no matter how much you want it to leave.
If you’ve tried or are considering sessions with a CBT therapist, you might be wondering how the skills you learn in sessions can be helpful at home, especially in these anxious times.
During the pandemic it is very easy to feel anxious. Our minds can quickly spiral to worst case scenarios and before we know it we feel even worse, and helpless. Uncertainty hurts. As a species, we like certainty, because when things are certain we have a sense of control. So in spite of there being a lot of our control at the moment, we still have a lot that we do have control over. That is where this tool works great.