Cognitive Therapies

Cognitive therapy was developed primarily as a therapeutic technique to enable people to understand how our thoughts affect us emotionally. This is a relatively short term, solution focused therapy which focuses on present thinking and behaviour. It is mainly used in therapeutic contexts to help people reprogram their patterns of thought.

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Jul'19

5 Telltale Signs of “Emotional Abuse”

In the previous article, we talked about emotional abuse and how it affects the victim. Read on to know more …

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Jul'19

Does your relationship depends on good night’s sleep?

“Sleep is a necessity, not a luxury” Recently, I was doing two internships simultaneously both of which I loved working …

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Mar'18

CBT and NLP – Two Sides of the Same Coin?

If you have been looking to build your skills as therapist, you have probably heard about these terms more than …

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Feb'18

Learn to quickly reprogram your mind with “If-Then Statements”

In an earlier post we had described, how our behaviours are generally driven by our internal story and that we …

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Feb'18

Most effective tool for taking interviews? – NLP Meta Model

NLP Meta Model is a collection of a really useful set of questions that can be used to collect specific …

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Nov'17

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Complete Guide

PTSD stands for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. As the name suggests, it means the stress that people experience even after the …

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