Tag Archives: CBT

How anxiety scrambles your brain and makes it hard to learn

Find few tips for anxious students in the article below. With the help of hypnotherapy, we may learn to employ those tips from a hypnotic state. This may encourage the quick assimilation of positive and realistic self talk. It may … Continue reading

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New study shows mindfulness therapy can be as effective as antidepressants

The following article introduces us to the use of mindfulness in combination with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for the treatment of depression. With the use of hypnotherapy conditions such as depression can be treated in a very similar way, always … Continue reading

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University research shows hypnotherapy to be an effective treatment

Inquisitr.com, Posted in: Health StudiesPosted: November 6, 2013 Not all health care providers consider alternative therapies when they treat common ailments. Yet despite many medical professionals who scoff at mind-body therapies as effective methods of treatment, researchers at the University … Continue reading

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Relationship Problems

“It is common for most of us at one point or another to have experienced difficulties or challenges in our personal relationships whether it is with your spouse, or partner. However when such problems become entrenched or habitual then people … Continue reading

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What is CBT for psychosis anyway?

    “…CBT for psychosis aims primarily to reduce the distress and functional deficits associated with psychosis, rather than to necessarily get rid of the unusual experiences themselves. It doesn’t always aim to stop someone hearing voices, for example, but … Continue reading

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Are all psychological therapies equally effective?

The Guardian-Science-Psychology- Blog Notes and Theories 23 January 2014 “…Are some types of psychotherapy really more effective than others for particular conditions? There is plentiful data to suggest that the answer to that question … is “yes”. But that data … Continue reading

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How Psychotherapy Changes the Brain

“Psychotherapy outcomes and the mechanisms of change that are related to its effects have traditionally been investigated on the psychological and social levels, by measuring changes in symptoms, psychological abilities, personality, or social functioning. Many psychiatrists have also held the unfortunate dichotomized position that … Continue reading

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