Couple Therapy: Why be more compassionate

Couple Therapy: Why be more compassionate

Couple Therapy: Why be more compassionate

The Dalai Lama says that compassion "belongs to that category of emotions that have a more developed cognitive component." Compassion is a mixture of empathy and reason. When we practice compassion, we will have more strength, peace and joy and this will transfer to all the people with whom we associate.

Couple Therapy: HOW CAN I HELP SOMEONE WITH ANXIETY?

Couple Therapy: HOW CAN I HELP SOMEONE WITH ANXIETY?

Couple Therapy: HOW CAN I HELP SOMEONE WITH ANXIETY?

  1. Effective communication involves a give and takes on both sides. Unfortunately, those experiencing anxiety may not be able to live up to their end of the communication bargain.

When anxious or upset, many people tend to withdraw...

Couple Therapy: Remembering our Teachers

Couple Therapy: Remembering our Teachers

Couple Therapy: Remembering our Teachers

The primary objective of Viktor Frankl's book "Man's Search for Meaning" is to convey to people that meaning can always be found in our lives, in our existence, regardless of the circumstances in which we find ourselves. Therefore, in these times, it is appreciated to read our classics again and be aware that life demands a contribution from every individual and it is up to the individual to discover what it consists of. In these sentences,..

Couple Therapy: What is Essential for you?

Couple Therapy: What is Essential for you?

Couple Therapy: What is Essential for you?

Health, money and love are three aspects of our life that a great majority of people say are essential. However, sometimes we don't protect our health, we don't take care of our partner, and we don't work effectively.
Health depends a lot on us, having healthy lifestyle habits, such as a proper diet and walking 4 or 5 kilometres a day (physical exercise is almost like a treatment). And we know that our mental health is also essential for our well-being.

Couple Therapy: Develop Assertiveness and Self-Esteem

Couple Therapy: Develop Assertiveness and Self-Esteem

Couple Therapy: Develop Assertiveness and Self-Esteem

Develop Assertiveness and Self-Esteem

A healthy self-esteem is the basis for good communication, learning to say No or Yes with respect for oneself and for others is essential to give consistency to our life. Sometimes we communicate from submission or from aggressiveness, among other levels, simply because we learned it that way, that is why we must review our communication, and ask ourselves: From where do I want to communicate?

Couple Therapy: Loneliness and Resilience

Couple Therapy: Loneliness and Resilience

Couple Therapy: Loneliness and Resilience

Loneliness and Resilience
The importance of knowing how to be alone and increase our resilience

In general, people with healthy self-esteem feel happy being alone and also being with people, on the other hand, there are other people who prefer to be alone because they see many things in other people that they do not like, that they dislike, that irritate them, and really the first step to have healthy relationships is to feel happy with yourself and then have satisfactory relationships with other people.

Couple Therapy: Psychological counseling in grief

Couple Therapy: Psychological counseling in grief

Couple Therapy: Psychological counseling in grief

The overall goal of grief counseling is to help the client / survivor to complete any unresolved issues with the deceased and to be able to say a final goodbye.

In the sessions the therapist establishes specific objectives, below I describe some of them.

Couple Therapy: How to choose a good Psychologist, Coach or Psychotherapist

Couple Therapy: How to choose a good Psychologist, Coach or Psychotherapist

Couple Therapy: How to choose a good Psychologist, Coach or Psychotherapist

In this article I explain the criteria to choose a good Psychologist, Coach or Psychotherapist. Concepts such as the degree, intervention method, specialization, experience and values ​​have to be very present in this choice

Psychology-Coaching: LEARNING TO MANAGE MIGRAINE AND STRESS

Psychology-Coaching: LEARNING TO MANAGE MIGRAINE AND STRESS

Psychology-Coaching: LEARNING TO MANAGE MIGRAINE AND STRESS

Whether tension headache or migraine, there is scientific evidence to suggest that vascular processes are operative in tension, as well as in migraine (Ostfeld, Reis & Wolff, 1957; Tunis & Wolff, 1954). Thus, muscle contraction may be a consequence rather than a cause of tension headache, and the two disorders may be "quantitatively different clinical manifestations of vasomotor instability" (Raskin & Appenzeller, 1980, p.174).

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