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Counseling Blog

What to expect in an anger management counseling?

Posted by:   |  Aug 09, 2018

The first sessions with your counselor or psychotherapist are often used to establish a rapport and clear understanding of your personal situation, what lead you to seek anger management, define your goals and formulate a customized treatment plan. Together, you and your counselor will: Identify your habitual anger “triggers” – these may involve certain, situations, people or feelings […]...  Read more


YOGA TIPS FOR BEGINNERS

Posted by:   |  Jul 26, 2018

The following are a few tips for beginners practicing Yoga. First, Relax and Take and Deep Breath Yoga is a journey and a practice to bring much joy and relaxation to you. The only one watching you is yourself – so just take a deep breath and relax. Unit With Yourself – Utilize Your Breath, […]...  Read more


The Importance of Healthy Boundary

Posted by:   |  Mar 31, 2018

A boundary is defined as anything that marks a limit. Psychological boundary marks the distinction between behavior that does not cause emotional harm and behavior that causes emotional harm. For healthy boundary, you need healthy self-esteem and for that you need a security system that alerts you when your boundary has been breached. Your alert […]...  Read more


Anger is Your Teacher Workshop

Posted by:   |  Feb 21, 2018

Hello Friends, On June 4th at the Open Center in New York City, I will teach the first in a series of four workshops called From Anger to Equanimity: How to Transform Anger Into a Positive Force for Personal Growth. The program focuses on tools and techniques for anger transformation, which means how we can use […]...  Read more


THE BATTLE OF THE BRAINS

Posted by:   |  Jan 30, 2018

Scientists have concluded that the human brain has multiple operating systems that work based on different algorithms to serve different purposes. The Dual Process Theory (DPT) was developed and researched over many years and asserts that the human brain operates with two different decision-making systems: the “Doer” and the “Thinker”: The Doer—fast, intuitive, emotional, subconscious […]...  Read more


Is Anger, as a Habit, Needed today?

Posted by:   |  Dec 06, 2017

Emotions, especially anger, are deep habits that remain in the repertoire of the human brain as a trade-off in the evolutionary quest for survival. Anger is instrumental in our existence as a species. It evolved to help us cope with threatening events and dangerous situations. It pushes us to attack back the offender and save […]...  Read more


5 Ways to Create a Strong, Loving and Intimate Relationship

Posted by:   |  May 13, 2017

A relationship is not always made up of romantic dates, wedding nights or occasional getaways. The reality consists of Monday morning rush, mid-week crisis, occasional health problems and so on. Such moments are natural and important parts of couples as these decides the true future of the relationship. So what should we do between Monday […]...  Read more


EMOTIONS AND WANTS

Posted by:   |  Apr 25, 2017

Aristotle was one of the first to recognize the value of emotion and see it as a positive force. To him, emotions were a manifestation of desire as a motivating factor. Without desire, we would never experience the urge to protect ourselves—or do anything at all, for that matter. Ideally, action should be guided by […]...  Read more


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