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Counseling Blog

Building Self Esteem by Taking Small Steps

Posted by:   |  Jul 23, 2010

Developing and building self esteem can be overwhelming for many. Any change you make in your life means that you have to move out of your “comfort zone.” Sometimes you have to step on unexplored terrains to reach your goals, which could be challenging and scary. The way to go about moving forward to reach […]...  Read more

Counseling – Journey from Dark Side to Light Side

Posted by:   |  Jul 23, 2010

The goal of psychotherapy is to create a safe, accepting atmosphere to explore ones-self, explore life and find ways to create more durable and fulfilling life. The main factor to successful therapy is the quality of the therapeutic relationship. In the same manner that our deep wounds occurred in relationship, so is the healing occurs […]...  Read more

Overcoming Self-Anger

Posted by:   |  Jul 21, 2010

You need to feel good about yourself in order to cope with any problems and to have honest relationships with yourself and others. Anger can get in the way of feeling good and in times when anger is not manage properly and has no place to go, it may be turned into self-anger. This means […]...  Read more

The Purpose of Anger Management

Posted by:   |  Jul 11, 2010

The purpose of anger management therapy is not to eliminate the anger, but to use it as a signal to indicate that there is a need that is not fulfilled. Through anger management counseling, individuals are taught how to slow down their arousal when angered, so that it can be processed and acted on in […]...  Read more

Overcoming Anger with Anger Management Group

Posted by:   |  Jul 11, 2010

Anger can be very damaging to the body, mind and emotional state. Long and continual occurrence of stress from uncontrolled anger can have very negative effects. The members of the anger management group are taught skills for relaxation as well as ways to express anger safely and assertively. Anger that is not acted upon constructively […]...  Read more

Does Anger Management Program Works?

Posted by:   |  Jul 11, 2010

Demand for anger management programs is coming from different sources and serves a diverse clientele ranging from private individuals to referrals from variety sources such as the court system (Court-Mandated or Court-Ordered Anger Counseling), family doctors, human resource, employers, corporations, ACS, child protection agencies, school systems and others. Anger programs also can be provided at […]...  Read more

A Flame Like Anger

Posted by:   |  Jul 11, 2010

A flame like emotion is a primitive force, left unchecked is chaotic and destructive, but if controlled, it can be powerful tool. Like the lamp that controls the flame, our brain can control our emotions, and we as human can learn to manage our emotions in a constructive manner. In the past (as a child), […]...  Read more

We Feel the Way We Think

Posted by:   |  Apr 15, 2010

It is clear that our moods are influenced by our physical chemistry and by the negative or positive events that happened to us. It is apparent that we cannot change or prevent certain events (good or bad) from happening to us from time to time. Yet, this is only part of factors that influence our […]...  Read more

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