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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

6 Effective Skills for Containing Excessive Anger

Posted by:   |  Nov 14, 2016

Do you get angry when your employees do not cooperate? Do you suffer from a road rage when someone cuts you off in traffic? Do you have a tantrum  when your siblings break your belongings? Anger is a normal emotion like any other, and expressing it constructively is healthy for human beings. However, it becomes […]...  Read more

COGNITIVE DISTORTIONS IN CBT

Posted by:   |  Mar 07, 2016

Cognitive distortions, one of the main concept of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT in short, refers to inaccurate way of thinking. These irrational thoughts and beliefs are usually reinforcing negative thinking and negative emotions. These negatives can lead to problematic emotional states and behavior, like anger, anxiety, low self-esteem, worry, depression as well as relationship […]...  Read more

Why People Resist Solving Their Problems? (2)

Posted by:   |  May 06, 2014

In my previous blog, as the name indicates “Why People Resist Solving Their Problems? (1),” I explained why people resist solving their psychological challenges despite complaining about them, even after asking psychotherapists for help and being offered a remedy. Addressing the complaint alone, without considering the context and the system as a whole, is not […]...  Read more

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