There is a unique type of pain that arises by preparing a place in your heart for a child who never comes. Continue reading Longing called “child”
When someone says his all body is in pain, trust me, it’s his soul that is in pain. Continue reading I can see you, I can hear you (Therapist’s stories)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a relatively short-term, problem-oriented form of psychotherapy. According to the speed of the achieved results, it is one of the fastest psychotherapies. It focuses on very specific problems that the client comes with. Continue reading Therapy of first choice
most people with some of the disorders from the anxiety spectrum (panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive disorder, etc.) are deeply worried or afraid that they will go crazy, ie that the symptoms they have will turn into something even worse. The reason is that the symptoms of panic or obsessive thoughts or the severity of anxiety can be so intense that it seems crazy, they already have a movie scene in their head taking them to psychiatry and the like.
Excessive fear of this kind can affect daily life and its quality. Quality of life is impaired because the fear of insanity can prevent an individual from leaving their home or keeping a job, withdrawing from society, and can become depressed. Continue reading Fear of madness
For positive change to occur, a person must be aware of the need for change, motivated to “recover” or progress and to believe that he or she can achieve the goal. Therefore, to bring about positive change, hypnosis is used to bypass the negatively oriented conscious mind by giving suggestions directly to the subconscious mind – which always listens and always pays attention, and eagerly awaits instructions on how to help in the best possible way. Continue reading What is hypnosis and how can it help?