ONLINE MINDFULNESS THERAPY via SKYPE
Treat the underlying cause of your anxiety and depression. Mindfulness Therapy helps you transform emotional reactivity much faster than conventional “talk therapy” and without the side-effects of medications
Mindfulness Therapy teaches you how to control the habitual reactive thinking (thought reprocessing) that feeds your anxiety and depression. Next we work on changing the underlying imagery (image re-processing) that causes your anxiety and depression
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Session Times: 8am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm MST, Boulder, Colorado. Available world-wide. Let me know what days / times work for you and I will check my availability.
In your email:
- Tell me more about yourself and how I can help you
- Tell me what you have tried to date
- Tell me where you live and what days and times work for you
- Please confirm that you have Skype and PayPal
- Let me know what you can realistically afford to pay for your therapy sessions. I will always try to work within your budget
- Spaces are limited and it is first-come-first-served
- I will reply to your email within 24 hrs. Please also reply to my emails promptly
The Goal is Emotional Freedom; The Path is Mindfulness Therapy
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Here is a recent testimonial ( Nov 2015) from a lady from California:
“I had been stuck in another bout of intense generalized anxiety for several months when I found Peter. His website states that people experience significant results after 3-4 sessions. Well, after just 2 sessions I was 80% back to normal. I realize now that so much of my anxiety has been contraction against thoughts, feelings and sensations. So Peter’s teaching me to welcome them and create a relationship with them was exactly the right “medicine” to bring me out of that contraction and back into the flow of my life. And a really wonderful thing is that I’m not afraid of the anxiety returning any more because now I know how to work with it. Beyond healing the anxiety, my whole inner landscape is changing. I’m learning that the self-criticism, shame and doubt I have been stuck in for so long can all be met with compassionate awareness and brought to resolution. I’m starting to feel the joy Peter talks about and a real tenderness toward myself and others.”
- 1 ONLINE MINDFULNESS THERAPY via SKYPE
- 2 Online Therapy – Helping You Overcome Anxiety and Depression the right way
- 3 ONLINE THERAPY WITH AN ONLINE THERAPIST
- 4 Get Help from a Professional Mindfulness Therapist
- 5 About Mindfulness-based Online Therapy
- 6 Online Mindfulness Therapy with Peter Strong
- 7 Why choose Online Mindfulness Therapy?
- 8 Skype Therapy – The New Face of Psychotherapy
- 9 Is Online Therapy effective?
- 10 Would you like to talk to an Online Therapist?
- 11 Why Choose Online Counseling Therapy with Dr. Peter Strong?
- 12 ONLINE THERAPY WITH AN ONLINE THERAPIST VIA SKYPE
- 13 EMOTIONAL CONDITIONS THAT RESPOND WELL TO ONLINE MINDFULNESS THERAPY
- 14 Online Mindfulness Therapy has helped so many people change for the better
- 15 Online Counseling Therapy with Dr. Strong – The Advantages:
- 16 Online Counseling Therapy Service
- 17 The Benefits of Online Psychotherapy:
- 18 Ready to Schedule an Online Therapy Session?
Online Therapy – Helping You Overcome Anxiety and Depression the right way
Welcome to my site, CounselingTherapyOnline.com. I am a professional psychotherapist, originally from the UK, now living in Boulder, Colorado, and I provide an online counseling service for people throughout America and abroad as well, where I offer mindfulness therapy. This is a particularly exciting form of modern cognitive therapy which is very suitable for treating anxiety, depression, and for help with stress management.
Now the online option, this is quite new, but now, with Skype we can have face-to-face sessions wherever you live, and it’s just as effective as seeing the therapist in person. In fact, there may be some indications that it’s even more effective than traditional talking therapies, mostly because you feel more comfortable, more at ease in your home or office or familiar place than you would in a therapist’s office. So that’s one advantage, but the other advantage is that often there are just not enough local therapists in your area who provide the kind of counseling that you are looking for. So the Internet gives us an opportunity to search outside of our local area to find, not only the right kind of therapy that we’re interested in, but also to find the right kind of therapist that we feel comfortable with, and who we’d like to work with.
The style of therapy that I teach is called mindfulness therapy. It’s based on some of the ancient teachings of the Buddha on mindfulness, but brought into a modern context. Basically, it’s a process of learning to work with your emotions directly and change the underlying process that keeps the anxiety or depression or stress repeating itself over and over again. The sessions are very friendly, informal. They’re a combination of teaching and lots and lots of practical work designed to give you the tools that you need to manage your emotions more effectively.
So, if this is of interest to you, please fill out the contact form or send me an email, and let’s start talking about online therapy for you. Thank you.
“Online Therapy using Skype is so convenient and these sessions have really helped me feel so much better.”
During the Skype-based Mindfulness Therapy Sessions I will teach you practical mindfulness-based methods for working with your emotions to promote healing, transformation and emotional freedom. The methods are well-tested, effective and supported by research.
“When we learn how to embrace our emotions with awareness and love they change. Mindfulness heals, transforms and liberates the mind, allowing us to live fully with true happiness and wisdom.” – The Path of Mindfulness Meditation, by Peter Strong
Mindfulness Therapy cultivates the combination of full conscious awareness combined with genuine positive loving-kindness. When you bring this quality of consciousness to anxiety, depression and emotional suffering it greatly promotes healing and transformation in a very real and lasting way.
Here is a communication from one of my previous clients that describes the power of this combination of conscious awareness and compassion that is the essence of mindfulness:
“I just wanted to share with you something that happened this morning. I was lying in bed, full of sadness and anxiety and my body full of tiredness and pain and I was trying to gear myself up for another day wondering how I was going to do anything with this heaviness and tightness and I was thinking I am trying everything why do I still feel so suffocated?
And then I thought, what would happen if I just totally and fully had compassion and acceptance and love for this tightness and heaviness? Not the fake “ill be nice and pretend to like you so you go away” kindness that I had been using but really truly loved this pain and had compassion for this experience.
Well it was really hard at first but I sat there and started saying loving things to myself, like “I care about this pain and suffering” and “I wish you peace and love” and “you free to arise here, this is a safe place for any feelings and experiences and you have all the time and support and love you need to rest and stay and change” and I just sat with all that pain and anxiety and tension and just kept sending it compassion and space and it was like there was this very slow forming lightness, I didn’t really notice it at first, but almost like my body and soul were softening a little bit, and I started to feel more free and light.” – Eloise, Australia
“Mindfulness Therapy gives you the skills you need to break free from negative habitual thinking and emotional reactivity so you can discover genuine happiness and well-being. This approach is very effective and you will notice significant changes after the first 3-4 session.”
Please contact me and ask your questions about Mindfulness-based Online Therapy and schedule a Skype Therapy session now. Remember, the first session is a TRIAL SESSION – you only pay if you wish to continue with me after the first 30mins.
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What I offer during the online sessions are practical mindfulness-based techniques and approaches that you can use yourself, between sessions, to effectively overcome anxiety, depression and other forms of psychological suffering produced by habitual patterns of emotional reactivity and these techniques are immensely effective and do not require the use of medications or years of conventional counseling sessions.
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional therapist and I offer Online Therapy via Skype.
Now, many people are choosing Online Therapists these days because of convenience and also because most people are simply looking for practical ways of working with anxiety, depression, stress, addictions, and other emotional problems.
So, working with an online therapist is much less intimidating and much more comfortable for you as the client. And, it’s perfectly satisfactory as a way of teaching you practical skills for working with emotional problems.
So if you would like to consider online therapy please visit my website, the link is below, and learn more about working with an online therapist. If you would like to schedule a session with me, please simply fill out a contact form, ask any questions you may have, and then we can schedule an online therapy session for you.
This is a very good way of getting practical help with anxiety, which is one of my specialties. I teach Mindfulness Therapy for working with anxiety. So, please, visit my website and contact me. Thank you!
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About Mindfulness-based Online Therapy
I developed an approach called Mindfulness Therapy, which is one of the most effective evidence-based therapies available – especially for treating Anxiety Disorders, which is my specialty. During these Online Therapy Sessions, you will learn proven mindfulness-based methods to overcome anxiety, depression and emotional stress. This approach is REALLY EFFECTIVE – It has worked for so many people; it can also work for you.
Whatever the style of therapy that you are attracted to, you need to change the underlying structure of the anxiety itself. Standard Talk Therapy can be useful, but often it does not transform the underlying structure, the underlying process that creates your anxiety every day. The same can be said for medications as well – the medication may relieve symptoms for awhile, but medications is not going to change the underlying cause of anxiety or depression. So, it’s very important to seek what we might call a process-centered therapy to try and change the underlying process that creates the anxiety or depression. Online CBT Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, is an example of a process-oriented therapy. Mindfulness Therapy, which is a form of psychotherapy that I developed in the 1980’s incorporates CBT and cognitive therapy along with mindfulness, and this is another extremely popular process-oriented therapy.
So, what is the underlying structure of your anxiety? What keeps that anxiety alive? Well, there are two levels that we must address. The first is to do with what is called Automatic Reactive Thinking: the racing mind, intrusive thoughts, thoughts that occur over and over again, thoughts that catastrophize, the ‘what if?’ thoughts, that tend to feed the anxiety. So, that’s one very important part of anxiety therapy that we look at during the online sessions of Mindfulness Therapy. We learn how to change our relationship to these negative thoughts. It’s not the thoughts themselves that causes the problem, it’s our relationship to these compulsive thoughts. The way that we tend to identify with those thoughts and simply become lost in the thoughts – we actually lose conscious awareness, in effect, and become prisoners of these recurring negative thoughts. Mindfulness Therapy is one of the best methods available for learning how to change this habit, how to break free from that prison of reactive thinking that creates anxiety. That’s one level of Mindfulness Therapy – working with compulsive thinking.
The second part of Online Mindfulness Therapy is working with the core emotions underneath that fuel that habitual thinking. So, you can think of anxiety as having a core, rather like a volcano has a magma chamber, and that magma is always seeking an outlet to the surface, and so it is with core emotions – they are always seeking an outlet, seeking to take on form, in the form of thoughts.
During Skype therapy sessions we also work hard on developing a very positive and accepting relationship with the core emotions themselves. We create the ideal internal conditions that allow that core reservoir of anxiety energy to change, to transform, to heal and to eventually go away. So, this is a very important part of Mindfulness Therapy – learning how to make friends with your emotions. Our habit, of course, is the opposite: it is to run away from our emotions, it is to avoid them, it is to resist them, it is to create negative aversion toward our emotions, but this only makes them stronger! Avoidance and aversion simply reinforces the core emotion and stops it from healing. So, during Mindfulness Therapy sessions we learn how to establish a very friendly, compassionate relationship with the core emotions because this is what will allow them to heal.
The other part of the healing process for our core emotions is to look into its structure. What is the structure of an emotion? This is interesting because the structure of emotion is not thought, it is imagery. Imagery is the natural language of emotion. This is why we might say, “I am feeling overwhelmed” or “I’m feeling in a very dark place right now” or “I’m feeling trapped.” These are all visual terms. This points to how we see the emotion internally in the mind, and it is this emotional imagery that creates an emotion and keeps it in place. So, behind every emotion there is imagery – how we see the emotion in the mind. During Mindfulness Therapy we investigate this imagery, we look at it in great detail and we look to see the primary characteristics of that imagery that keeps the emotion alive.
For example, if the imagery is too close and too big, that is a primary component that creates the anxiety, or the panic. So, a simple step that you can try yourself is to simply take the emotion and to move it further away. Often, a simple method like that can produce immense differences in the intensity of the emotion that you experience, simply learning to move it further away.
Other things to investigate are things like the color of the emotion that you see internally. Often, intense emotions have intense colors. So, when we deliberately change the color to black and white or to a muted color, that can directly affect the strength of the emotion.
So, it’s by looking closely at the structure of an emotion that you can find out how it works and with this information you can make important changes to the structure of the emotion. When you change the imagery you change the emotion. The more you change the imagery, the more the emotion changes. We use mindfulness to investigate what changes bring about the resolution of the emotion. We practice, refine and reinforce these changes until they become completely second nature. When we have done this thoroughly, we will notice a major shift internally, a felt-shift occurs as the emotion, the anxiety, resolves itself. Eventually the anxiety no longer arises.
So, this is a short introduction to the Mindfulness Therapy that I provide via Skype, and if you would like to learn more about online psychotherapy for anxiety through Mindfulness Therapy, then please email me so that we can book an online therapy session over Skype to help you resolve your anxiety.
Online Mindfulness Therapy with Peter Strong
My name is Peter Strong and I am a psychotherapist in the Boulder County area based in Louisville, and I specialize in psychotherapy that uses mindfulness as its primary method for helping people work with emotional issues. Whether it’s a form of anxiety, depression, a phobia, traumatic stress, or any form of emotional suffering, the suffering is kept alive by habitual patterns of reactivity.
The central focus of mindfulness meditation therapy is to try and identify these patterns of reactivity. It’s only when we first recognize our reactivity that we can begin to make useful changes. When we have recognized them, become familiar with our patterns of reactivity, then we can begin to form a relationship with the underlying, emotional complex that powers the habitual reactivity.
Mindfulness is a particular quality of awareness that we can focus directly on emotional reactivity and establish a kind of relationship with that reactivity that benefits the process of transformation and resolution. That, basically, is the overview of mindfulness meditation therapy.
Generally, it is a very effective and quite enjoyable process for most people because they are able to get in touch with their feelings, and
everyone knows the importance of getting in touch with your feelings. It’s absolutely essential for any kind of therapeutic process to occur.
Mindfulness has become recognized as one of the most effective ways of allowing a person to get in touch with their feelings and create the right kind of relationship that allows things to unfold and differentiate from the inside of the experience.
Now, what do I mean by that? I mean that something as abstract as anger, or fear, or anxiety, or depression is very difficult to change. But once it starts to differentiate into specific feelings such as sadness, or emptiness, or a certain quality of fear, then it becomes much easier to work with the specific contents.
When we continue to focus mindfulness on these specific feelings that had previously aggregated together to form the emotion, then the feelings themselves begin to differentiate further and we start to see an internal structure that keeps the feelings alive. This very often is in the form of some kind of imagery. The mind thinks in pictures, and this is how it organizes its memories and its emotions. Once we can get down to this fine level of detail in the inner structure of feelings, and see the details of the imagery, then we have something very tangible to work with. By changing the imagery in subtle ways, we can begin to change the feelings, change the emotional reaction, and change the habitual patterns of reactivity that keep us in the state of anxiety or conflict, either in ourselves or in relationships.
So that is, in a nutshell, a brief overview of mindfulness meditation therapy. Please visit my website CounselingTherapyOnline.com and read more about it. Read some of the articles that are posted on that site. Then contact me; email me or call me and I will be happy to discuss mindfulness meditation therapy in more detail at no charge, to see how it can help you in meeting your goals in establishing greater happiness and balance in your life. Thank you!
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Why choose Online Mindfulness Therapy?
Because this approach focuses on transforming the underlying cause of anxiety and depression rather than just treating the symptoms. Please contact me now and let’s explore how Mindfulness Therapy can help you.
“Mindfulness Therapy is as good as antidepressant drugs.” Read this CNN Health article by Elizabeth Landau.
You might also like to read this article about the efficacy of Online Therapy in the New York Times.
Besides seeing clients in-person, I also provide online counseling through Skype. Skype Therapy, as it is commonly called, is becoming very popular. It is so much more convenient for clients. It means that you’re able to schedule your sessions during your work day without having to leave your home or leave the office. Skype Therapy is certainly very much more convenient. With Skype, you are able to see the other person as well as talk to
them. It’s really no different than being in an office with the therapist, or seeing the therapist in person. It is the same quality of the one-on-one psychotherapy that you could receive in an office, but with the added convenience, as I say.
People also like online therapy because it allows you to find the right kind of therapist to work with, someone that you feel comfortable with. This is extremely important. Good psychotherapy depends on having the right kind of relationship with your therapist. It has to feel right for you as the client. Also, I find that the online format of Skype Therapy works extremely well with the form of therapy that I teach, which is called Mindfulness Therapy; and which I talk about in my book, ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’.
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy has grown tremendously in popularity in the last 5 to 10 years now. Our understanding of what mindfulness is and how to use it to work effectively with emotions like anxiety, panic attacks, depression, PTSD and stress has grown tremendously.
It is really very, very well worth while exploring mindfulness therapy in detail. What is mindfulness? Basically, mindfulness is a form of awareness that we can define as non-reactive in nature. That means that you’re able to literally sit with your emotions. but without becoming overwhelmed by them, without becoming reactive. This is absolutely essential for healing to occur. The only way that your anxiety or panic attacks or depression will eventually subside is if you can sit with those emotions without feeding them with your reactivity, particularly of course, reactive thinking, avoidance behaviors, or any of these other forms of reactivity that tend to become habits. Mindfulness Therapy is an excellent choice for doing just this.
Peter Strong, PhD is a scientist, author of ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’, meditation teacher and Buddhist Psychotherapist, living in Boulder, Colorado, USA. He specializes in the study of mindfulness and its application in Mindfulness Psychotherapy for healing the underlying causes of anxiety, depression and traumatic stress as well as for the effective treatment for addictions and OCD.
Besides face-to-face counseling sessions, Dr. Strong also provides Online Mindfulness Meditation Therapy through Skype for people who prefer the convenience of online psychotherapy.
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional registered psychotherapist from Boulder, Colorado. Besides seeing clients in person, I also offer online counseling therapy through Skype. Skype Therapy, as it’s commonly called, is becoming increasingly popular. It’s so convenient for people. It means that you’re able to schedule your sessions during your work day without having to leave home or leave the office. It’s very convenient. With Skype, you’re able to see the person as well as talk to them. It’s really no different than being in an office, or in person. It’s the same quality of the one-on-one counseling that you could receive in an office, but with the added convenience, as I say.
Many people like this format because it is something that allows them to find the right kind of therapist to work with, someone that they feel comfortable with. That’s extremely important. Good therapy depends on having the right kind of relationship with your therapist. It has to feel good for you as the client. Also, I find that Skype Therapy works extremely well with the form of therapy that I specialize in, which is called Mindfulness Therapy; which I talk about in my book, ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’.
Mindfulness Therapy has grown tremendously in popularity in the last 5 to 10 years now. Our understanding of what mindfulness is and how to use it to effectively work with emotions like anxiety, panic attacks, depression, stress, has grown tremendously. It’s really very, very well worth exploring in detail. What is mindfulness? Basically, it is a form of awareness that we can define as non-reactive awareness. That means that you’re able to sit, literally sit with your emotions without becoming overwhelmed by them, without becoming reactive. This is absolutely essential for healing to occur. The only way that your anxiety or panic attacks will eventually subside is if you can sit with those emotions without feeding them with your reactivity, particularly of course, reactive thinking, avoidance behaviors, and other forms of habitual reactivity. Mindfulness Therapy is an excellent choice for learning how to break free from all forms of habitual reactivity.
If you’re interested in Skype Therapy, please visit my website, CounselingTherapyOnline.com. Send me an email. Use the contact form if you like. Tell me about yourself and your interests. Let’s explore how I can help you through Mindfulness Therapy online via Skype. Thank you!
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Is Online Therapy effective?
There are many studies showing that Online Therapy via the Internet is as good as and sometimes better than conventional office-based psychotherapy sessions.Talking to an online therapist is usually much more comfortable for you. To learn more about the effectiveness of online therapy and online counseling see http://psychology.about.com/od/psychotherapy/a/onlinepsych.htm and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_counseling.
“These Skype sessions have really helped me feel so much better. I used to be very reactive, but now I don’t get so easily upset. Mindfulness Therapy has made all the difference. It’s quite remarkable how effective it is.”
I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which I offer online over Skype. This approach is extremely effective for managing anxiety disorders and for the resolution of non-clinical depression and also provides an good alternative for addiction counseling.
During these online therapy sessions, I will work with you as an online therapist, teaching you better strategies for healing emotional suffering.
The main cause of emotional suffering involves conditioned thinking, patterns of habitual reactive thinking that get activated either through inner thoughts or through external stimuli and these reactive patterns of thinking tend to proliferate and reinforce the underlying emotion. This is what we work on changing during therapy sessions using the principles of Mindfulness Therapy as our primary method. You will learn very quickly how to better manage your habitual thinking and how to stop the habitual process that fuels those underlying painful emotions.
Most on my clients see quite substantial changes after 3 to 6 therapy sessions. Each session is usually 60-90 minutes long, and we can find a time that fits your schedule, if I have spaces available. All you need is a quiet place for your therapy sessions, Skype, and PayPal to make online payments after each session.
So, if you want to learn more about the advantages of online therapy, please email me. Email me to learn more about this online counseling therapy service and find out more about how it can help you better manage your difficult emotions.
LEARN MORE ABOUT ONLINE PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH A PSYCHOTHERAPIST ONLINE VIA SKYPE
Visit my YouTube Channel to watch more videos about Online Mindfulness Therapy: https://www.youtube.com/user/pdmstrong. Your emails are very welcome.
“I really enjoy my counseling sessions with Peter. He is incredibly easy to talk to and I find the mindfulness approach to be so much better than anything I had tried previously. He teaches you how to work with your emotions in a positive way. It’s amazing!”
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I welcome your questions. Please tell me about yourself and let’s discuss how I can help you through Online Mindfulness Therapy
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“After 8 years, two therapists, many self-help books…..my hypochondria and OCD was worse than ever. I figured I would just have to live like this and deal with it. I put on a good show in front of people and cried alone. Then, I stumbled upon Peter’s website. I figured this was my last attempt. Peter is kind, understanding, and patient. He helped guide me out of the dark and see the light. He is truly there to help. He never looks at his time during sessions. I would have to remind him that time is up. His rates are reasonable so everyone cam get proper therapy. He gave me practical tools to use to overcome my anxiety. He is always available via email for advice. He truly cares about the progress of his patients. Peter changed my life and gave me the chance to enjoy my life again. I am eternally grateful to him.” – L.A., New York.
Why Choose Online Counseling Therapy with Dr. Peter Strong?
- Online Counseling is very much more convenient for you
- You may be living abroad or traveling, making it hard to find a therapist
- You may live in a rural area where choices may be limited
- Online Therapy from your home is more comfortable for you
- You may be looking for an alternative to anxiety medications and antidepressants
- You may be looking for a more positive and compassionate approach that focuses on self-improvement and personal transformation
- All sessions are one-on-one individual and private sessions with professional online therapist, Dr. Peter Strong via Skype
- Peter Strong is an author and expert on Mindfulness Therapy, a highly respected modern approach incorporating CBT and Buddhist Psychology, and much more effective than traditional “talk therapy.” Most people see big changes after the first 3-4 sessions, once they start applying the mindfulness methods that I teach
- The focus in mindfulness-based online therapy is to change the underlying cause of your emotional suffering and not just treat the symptoms
- Payments are made after each session using the most secure online service: PayPal
- Satisfaction is guaranteed. You only pay if you are completely satisfied. How many therapists offer that level of satisfaction guarantee?
ONLINE THERAPY WITH AN ONLINE THERAPIST VIA SKYPE
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional registered psychotherapist. I offer online therapy, try to help people work with anxiety, depression, stress, and other difficult emotions. Online Therapy via Skype, allows you to have a one-on-one session with me, where we can talk and see each other at the same time. This is a very convenient way for people who can’t see a local therapist or who would prefer to see someone different than their local therapists. It’s also very convenient for people who are traveling or living abroad. In fact, many of my clients are expats living abroad. The online option is a great one to consider if it’s difficult for you to travel away from home to a therapist’s office, for example, if you are living abroad and can’t find a local therapist, or if you don’t like the local choices available in your area.
The style of therapy that I offer is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is a very exciting, very unique, alternative approach to the more traditional talk therapies that you’re probably familiar with. The whole focus of Mindfulness Therapy is to help you establish the right kind of relationship with your emotions so that you don’t become overwhelmed by them.
Once you establish a Mindfulness relationship with your emotions, then it’s possible to start to look at the structure of those emotions and find out how they work. This often involves imagery. For example, when a person feels overwhelmed by an emotion, right there, we have a clue in that language as to how they see that emotion internally. If they say, “I feel overwhelmed. It’s getting on top of me,” chances are they literally see that emotion inside as being above them, at a higher position to them. They see themselves as a small person with this looming emotion above them.
Seeing this kind of structure really is very, very helpful because when you see it, then you can begin to change it. Once you change the structure of the emotion, the emotion itself changes.
This is one of the many of the unique principles behind Mindfulness Therapy. If you’re interested in exploring this further, please send me an email. Visit my website and send me your questions and describe the issues that you are working with, and we can begin an email correspondence to see if this is right for you, then go ahead and schedule a Skype session. Remember, my policy is that if you schedule a Skype session and you find, “No, this isn’t right for me,” there’s no charge. You only pay after a session and if you want to continue with online therapy with me. There’s nothing to lose for you. Please, send me that email, and let’s discuss if online therapy is right for you. Thank you.
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EMOTIONAL CONDITIONS THAT RESPOND WELL TO ONLINE MINDFULNESS THERAPY
Select the appropriate page to learn more about how Mindfulness Therapy can help you:
- Online Therapy for Anxiety
- Online Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder
- Online Therapy for Panic Attacks
- Online Therapy for Agoraphobia
- Online Therapy for Depression
- Online Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction
- Online Therapy for PTSD
- Online Therapy for Insomnia
- Anger Management Online
- Online Therapy for OCD
- Online Therapy for Addictions
- Online Therapy for Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder
- Online Therapy for Building Self-Confidence
- Marriage Counseling Online
“I used to be so anxious all the time and it was ruining my marriage. I had to change. Peter made that possible. His way of working with anxiety is very, very effective. I feel so much happier now and my relationship with my husband has totally changed for the better.” Los Angeles, California.
“A truly unique and very effective approach for personal transformation. I thoroughly recommend this form of psychotherapy, and I like the convenience of home therapy sessions.” New York.”
“Peter teaches that you must learn to make friends with your emotions. This was hard for me at first because I have been avoiding my emotions all my life. Now, I really see the power of this approach, because it has totally transformed my depression. I no longer feel as trapped as I did before. I feel much more positive about life and my confidence has returned.” Toronto, Canada.
“I am an American living and working in London. Online Therapy through Skype has been really good for me. My experience has been very positive and I was very surprised at how easy it was to change my old emotional habits. As Dr. Strong teaches, it’s all about changing the way you relate to your emotions. I had been fighting them and avoiding them for years. When I started cultivating mindfulness and acceptance of my anger, everything started to change. Quite remarkable!” London, UK.
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Online Mindfulness Therapy has helped so many people change for the better
Mindfulness Therapy is a combination of the well-respected principles of Buddhist Psychology and effective modern developments in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Neuro-Linguistic Programming Therapy (NLP). This approach really works because it teaches you how to work positively with your emotions. You will know after the first session if this approach is right for you, and I know that you will be very happy with the outcome. If not, there is no charge. On average, you can expect to see BIG improvements after 4-6 sessions.
- Learn powerful mindfulness tools for managing stress and difficult emotions
- Recognize and change patters of negative thinking
- Heal and transform painful emotions at their core
- Develop your True Self – It was always there, just obscured by negative thinking
- Find significantly greater happiness in your life and relationships
Online Counseling Therapy with Dr. Strong – The Advantages:
- Completely confidential and private so you can share openly
- Online Therapy is incredibly convenient – no commute, no waiting
- Online Therapy is available wherever you live in the US or abroad
- Easy to fit into your busy schedule – You can talk to an Online Therapist at home or at work or when traveling. All you need is a laptop or smartphone and internet access
- Online Therapy is ideal if you are unable to leave home; I have helped new mums with postnatal depression and other emotional issues
- An Online Therapist is a good choice if you suffer from agoraphobia and social anxiety
- Online Counseling is perfect if you cannot find a local therapist to help you
- Online Counseling offers greater anonymity for you
- Talking to an Online Therapist is less intimidating and more comfortable for you
- Satisfaction Guarantee – You pay after a session and only if completely satisfied
- Mindfulness Therapy is much faster than many other approaches: More cost-effective for you
Online therapy which is also known as internet therapy, distance therapy, web-based therapy or e-therapy is becoming more widely accepted for providing treatment for anxiety, depression and other non-clinical emotional problems. An online psychotherapist or online therapist may easily communicate with you via the internet, usually via Skype. Online therapy may provide psychological support, mental and emotional well-being instructions or even the same kind of professional services received by clients in traditional face-to-face therapy.
Therapy online can take many forms, ranging from short consultations to answer a psychological question, or a continuous and long conversation aimed at helping you resolve an emotional issue like anxiety, depression or an addiction. It may also take the form of electronic mail (otherwise known as e-mail therapy), chat, video or even cyberspace phone call (known as voice-over-IP counseling).
There are now many clinical research studies showing that online therapy and particularly CBT-based online psychotherapy is very effective and equally effective to conventional in-person therapy. Therapy online is now becoming well established as an alternative to the older styles of psychotherapy.
Having therapy online, or psychotherapy online is undoubtedly more convenient and also offers greater privacy for the client, who may not want to be seen attending a therapist’s office. Online therapy offers new opportunities even though there have been arguments made about ethical issues such as general performance of therapy across the nation, how to handle cases of urgent attention, and ways to keep and protect the client’s medical records. Clearly, there are many online therapists and online psychotherapists who are well trained and well experienced in providing quality care. Online therapy may not be appropriate for medical conditions requiring medical treatment and medications, but it is certainly beneficial for the more typical client who is simply seeking help in managing difficult emotions, relationship problems and for treating non-clinical and non-psychotic forms of anxiety and depression.
The Benefits of Online Psychotherapy:
- Having therapy online, or psychotherapy online is relatively affordable and often significantly less expensive than in-office visits, where there are often high overheads and high rent for the clinician’s office. But therapy online is much more affordable because you are not paying expensive rent for an office block, secretary and so on.
- Online psychotherapy with the best online therapist will focus on helping you deal with any emotional issues you are having difficulty with. Typically, the online therapy format is very much more focused than the older style “talk therapies” and often much more creative in nature using more holistic approaches, such as the Mindfulness Therapy that I offer online.
- Your therapist would work with you to find the cause of emotional and psychological imbalances. Once we have identified the underlying patterns of emotional reactivity then we can begin to change these in a very focused way using mindfulness-based techniques.
- Comfort is also another benefit of having therapy and psychotherapy online. When you want to have therapy sessions, you don’t need to go anywhere except to your PC, or laptop – you can have therapy sessions in the comfort of your home. You have more freedom to express yourself during online sessions because it is definitely much less intimidating for most people.
- Convenience, and time management are what you will enjoy from online therapy and online psychotherapy.
- Quality of Service is another major benefit of having online sessions with a online therapist because you are able to pick and choose which therapist is best suited for your needs. It is much easier to determine this if the therapist has a website and an online presence that you can research before contacting him.
When might online therapy be a good choice for you?
- You live in an isolated community or rural area.
- You are very busy; out of town because of work, or have a tight schedule.
- If you have physical disability or mobility difficulties, such as fear of driving
- If you prefer the greater privacy afforded by online therapy via Skype.
If you struggle with Social Anxiety Disorder or agoraphobia and find it difficult to talk to a therapist in-person.
When might online therapy NOT be a good choice for you?
- If you are suffering from a medical condition that is causing your anxiety or depression. For this you should always seek help from a medical doctor.
- You are at risk of self-harm or of possibly causing harm to a partner or child
Ready to Schedule an Online Therapy Session?
Start by sending me an email and describe your needs and feel free to ask your questions about this Online Therapy Service. When you feel ready, you can schedule an Online Skype Therapy Session. Remember, that I provide a Satisfaction Guarantee and there is no charge if you decide not to continue. But, this has never happened yet…
- Describe the emotional problems you wish to change through online therapy
- Ask any questions you may have about online counseling
- Schedule an Online Therapy session to fit your schedule
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Peter Strong, PhD is a Professional Registered Psychotherapist, Teacher and Author, based in Boulder, Colorado.
“I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy for healing the root cause of Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Traumatic Stress, PTSD, OCD and Addictions. I also offer Mindfulness-based Marriage Counseling Online.”
This Online Counseling Service for Individuals and Couples is available Worldwide via Skype.
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