Tag Archives: cognitive-behavioral therapy

9 Tips: How to Treat and Cope with Personality Disorders

February 03, 2017

Have you ever been told you might have a personality disorder? The good news is that I have solutions to treat and cope with personality disorders!   Once your personality develops during adolescence, it remains instilled within you throughout your life. All personality disorders are stemmed from your childhood. You may have experienced trauma, abuse, neglect, or inappropriate attachment with…

ANOREXIA: Understanding the Facts & Signs in Adolescents

November 17, 2016

It is extremely difficult to identify behaviors of Anorexia Nervosa in our youth when adults are preoccupied with uncontrollable life stressors. Therefore, I am going to share with you the causes, symptoms, and the treatments for adolescent Anorexia. As a parent, you are most likely watching the behaviors of your child on a daily basis regardless of their age.  You…

How will Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help Me?

November 03, 2016

What is the most common, and most effective, modern form of psychotherapy utilized in counseling services today? The answer is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, also know as CBT is a brief, solution-focused behavioral treatment that helps people process the correlations between automatic thoughts, behaviors, feelings, and consequences. In fact, an individual’s perceptions hugely will impact their responses to…

Getting Help for Depression Without Medication

July 12, 2016

Get help for depression with appropriate treatment and management without medication. Occasional sadness is a normal part of life. For example, you might feel depressed when someone leaves that you love, when you lose your job, or when you are not taking care of your own body. However, depressive disorders involve more than a temporary lack of interest in activity…

How Anxiety Can Be Treated or Managed

May 13, 2016

Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. You might feel anxious when faced with a problem at work, before taking a test, or making an important decision. But anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry or fear. For a person with an anxiety disorder, the anxiety does not go away and can get worse over time. The feelings can…