Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, sometimes referred to simply as CBT, is one of many types of psychotherapy treatments that help individuals explore and take control over the interconnections between their thoughts, emotions and behaviour. Rigorous scientific studies have demonstrated CBT to be highly effective on individuals suffering from stress, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, phobias, etc.Read the post Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
If you have witnessed a loved one struggling through anxiety or a panic attack you already know the agony they experience. Do you know how to respond when this occurred? Most people do not. We explore this topic in depth, to help you recognize the signs of anxiety, along with what you can, and should not, do.Read the post Helping Someone With Anxiety
Highly Sensitive People (HSP) experience heightened sensitivity to physical, emotional or social stimuli because of an overactive Amygdala, the emotional centre of the brain. Positive incidents leave them joyously delirious, but negative ones overwhelm them with anxiety and apprehension. Many can benefit from routine self-care coping strategies to get through the experiences of daily living.Read the post Highly Sensitive People (HSP)
Conspiracy theories have flourished during the pandemic, leading to vehement arguments between people who used to get along. Understanding why people fall prey to them is important. It will allow you to communicate without jeopardizing the relationship.Read the post Conspiracy Theories & Why People Fall For Them
Your emotional health is just as important as your physical health. During periods of strife and conflict, negative feelings can leave individuals unhappy, unwell and exhausted. Psychotherapy is a form of treatment for your feelings. It involves talking to a professional who is trained to understand how emotions and thought patterns affect an individual’s overall health.Read the post Psychotherapy: What Is It?
Some people seem to be born with nerves on the outside of their skin. These people tend to be more […]Read the post How to Tell if You’re a Highly Sensitive Person