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Socrates and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

 

If we have suffered serious childhood trauma the research indicates that we are more likely than those who enjoyed a relatively stable childhood to develop clinical depression during our adulthood (all else being equal). In this article, I want to Read the rest

False Core Beliefs : Their Childhood Roots

 

By the time we are adults, most of us have developed entrenched, deeply rooted, fundamental beliefs about ourselves. Psychologists refer to these as our CORE BELIEFS. Once established, they can prove very difficult to change without the aid of Read the rest

Combining Hypnosis with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy, or CBT, is, essentially, a therapy that seeks to alter the way we think and behave in order to improve how we feel. CBT can be COMBINED with hypnotherapy in order to make it more effective. Read the rest

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Challenging Our Negative Thoughts.

 

Challenging Negative Thoughts :

This article examines how we can use cognitive behavioral therapy to challenge our negative thoughts.

When we have negative thoughts, it is important to ask ourselves:

‘What is the evidence to support this negative thought/belief?’ OFTEN, Read the rest

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