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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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

Why People Resist Solving Their Problems? (1)

Posted by:   |  Apr 29, 2014

Many people come to psychotherapy to seek help and solutions to their psychological problems. Yet, at times, when psychotherapists suggest options to remedy their problems, it seems that clients disappear from the picture; either they stop coming; they come late for meetings; or do not do their assignments, etc. Their actions seem to indicate resistance […]...  Read more

Assertiveness Training

Posted by:   |  Nov 30, 2013

Assertiveness can be defined as communication in which one expresses oneself in a direct and honest manner in interpersonal situations, while simultaneously respecting the rights and dignity of others. Assertiveness training builds the skill necessary to establish your health voice. It helps individuals find themselves passive or on the other spectrum individuals that act aggressively. […]...  Read more

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