Online Therapy – Mindfulness-based Psychotherapy Online via Skype
The style of therapy that I offer online is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is a modern form of therapy combining Cognitive Therapy and mindfulness. This is very effective, indeed, for working with anxiety, panic attacks, agoraphobia, social anxiety, depression and also for working with compulsive emotions and addictions.
I would like to talk to you a little bit about working with anxiety today, because this is a very, very common problem and it’s actually easier than you might think to overcome anxiety.
Basically, the strategy is to learn how to form a relationship with your anxiety based on awareness and friendship (that by-the-way is the definition of mindfulness): Awareness plus Friendship.
When you can form a relationship with your emotions you begin to break the habit of reactivity, and it is emotional and cognitive reactivity that feeds the underlying anxiety. So, this is a very important strategy that I teach during these Skype Therapy sessions.
Most people see very fast results with this approach because it’s very direct and works on changing the underlying process.
So, if you would like to schedule a session with me, please contact me through my website. The link is below this video or on the video, and we will discuss whether online mindfulness therapy is the right choice for you.
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Peter Strong, PhD is a professional registered psychotherapist specializing in Mindfulness Therapy for Individuals and Couples. He offers Online Therapy via Skype sessions for the treatment of anxiety, depression, panic attacks, anger, stress and PTSD, as well as online marriage counseling. Online Counseling Service - Talk to an Online Therapist via Skype. Skype therapy sessions are a combination of teaching and practical experiential work designed to teach clients learn how to overcome patterns of emotional reactivity and gain greater emotional freedom. Author of 'The Path of Mindfulness Meditation' (available through Amazon).