Tag Archives: Psychology Today

Dealing with anxiety by cutting to the (cognitive) core

Using hypnotherapy combined with the innovative technique described below may encourage faster and more effective results. Please read this blog’s pages or contact us directly for more information. Cognitive bias training shown to change brain activation. Let’s pretend for a … Continue reading

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Is it Panic Disorder or something else?

Experiencing panic attacks doesn’t mean you have Panic Disorder. I frequently have people come to me having already self-diagnosed themselves as having Panic Disorder because they have panic attacks. Although some people are right, just as frequently, they’re wrong. Briefly, … Continue reading

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7 tips on how to kick the habit of indecisiveness

Making decisions When I was growing up I always seemed to choose friends who were “bossy.” They usually knew what they wanted and made all the decisions, and I tended to go along with it. As I grew older, I … Continue reading

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Are you your own worst enemy?

Suggestions and advice listed in this article may be even more efficient when practiced or rehearsed from a hypnotic state. Read more about hypnosis in the pages of this blog or contact us (or a therapist near you) in order … Continue reading

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The truth about hypnosis

Clifford N Lazarus Ph.D.Think Well Hypnosis is, perhaps, one of the most misunderstood and controversial methods of psychological treatment. The myths and misconceptions that surround hypnotherapymostly stem from people’s ideas about stage hypnotism. The truth is that stage hypnotism is … Continue reading

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Consciousness revealed

When we consider the evolution of the human species, what makes us human is not defined by our unique human functions, such as opposable thumbs, abstract thinking, reasoning, or computational abilities—those are good. The defining feature of our species is … Continue reading

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I don’t feel your pain: overcoming roadblocks to empathy

Learning about empathy and practicing it may improve our quality of life and that of those around us. Some people may naturally show better empathy skills than others, but that does not mean that we can not learn to become … Continue reading

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