Posts filed under: C.B.T.

The more I work with clients, the more that I realize that I am often striving a balance between understanding one’s inner speech and their ability to be present. To be more specific; it is important to increase your cognitive...
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As the new year is upon us I have heard many talk about their New Year’s resolution for 2014. In my role as a counsellor I have seen many issues arising from anger. Most people get angry, that is, it...
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Tis the season in-between Christmas and New Year’s where one starts to take stalk in their life, or at least assess how 2013 was to them and their hopes for 2014. I know that New Year’s resolutions can be a...
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A great defenition for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy practices was provided Joti Samra a Vancouver based clinical psychologist, “CBT is a type of mental health counselling through which the patient becomes aware of inaccurate or negative thinking and learns to view...
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