Tag Archives: Cognitive behavioral therapy

Hypnotherapy gives you control of emotions, thoughts and reactions

    Brief and clear article describing the principles on which hypnosis functions and its effect on our beliefs (“thoughts“: the way we think about ourselves and the world around us), emotions (“reactions”: the way we feel) and behaviour (“actions”: … Continue reading

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Anger and Annoyance

Learn to conceptualise your emotions in a way that can help you get over disturbances:  In this case, Annoyance is presented as the healthy version of the negative unhealthy emotion of Anger. “The easiest way to understand your emotions is … Continue reading

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Depression and Sadness

According to Albert Ellis model of Rational Emotive Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (RECBT) depression is identified as the unhealthy emotion which partners up with its healthy counterpart, the emotion of sadness. Read about depression, sadness and ways to identify and change … Continue reading

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Insomnia or Fear of the Dark?

New studies find a relationship between insomnia and fear of the dark. Read this interesting article published at Medscape news which presents the possibility of treating insomnia through the treatment of the phobia produced by darkness. This opens new possibilities … Continue reading

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