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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, or any of these other reactivities that tend to become habits. Mindfulness Therapy is an excellent choice.
The convenience of being able to get help for your anxiety, depression or other emotional problems from the comfort of your home or from the office is a great advantage for many people these days. Online Therapy is becoming an increasingly popular choice for many people.
My specialty is Mindfulness Therapy, which is a very effective and popular alternative to old style "talking therapy." The focus of Mindfulness-based counseling is to help you change the way you relate to your emotions. We learn how to form a mindfulness-based relationship with our inner emotions based on awareness, openness, acceptance and compassion. For most people this is a totally different way of being with our emotions.
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional psychotherapist based in Boulder, Colorado, and I offer online therapy via Skype.
The style of therapy that I provide is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is extremely effective for working with all forms of anxiety disorders. During the online therapy sessions that I offer, I will teach you how to work with your anxiety or other emotional problems in a way that allows you to change the underlying core emotions that create the the emotional suffering for you.
Now, all anxiety reactions depend on a habit formation, that is where you become unaware of the process that produces the anxiety. The mindfulness approach that I teach in these online therapy sessions teaches you how to become aware of this habit and how to change this habit so that even if anxiety arises, you find that you do not get pulled in to becoming the anxiety, to becoming identified with that emotion. And, you change your relationship to the emotion so that you can hold the emotion within your awareness without becoming reactive, without feeding the problem. This is called developing independence from the emotion, and all successful therapy depends on doing this.
So, if you would like to learn more about how to change your relationship with your anxiety or panic attacks, or any other emotions, in a way that allows you to break free of the reactivity and allows you to create a relationship that allows the emotion to change and heal, please contact me. Visit my website, CounselingTherapyOnline.com and schedule an online therapy session with me. Thank you!
The Skype sessions are a combination of teaching and practical work. The focus of teaching is to help you understand how we create anxiety and depression or stress through uncontrolled habitual reactivity. Mindfulness is a very powerful tool to help you break free from these blind habitual patterns, but you need to understand what mindfulness is and how to apply it for working with your emotions.
However, what is even more important is to put these teachings into practice, so a good part of each session is spent applying mindfulness. You will learn how to hold a problematic emotion in your awareness and literally "sit" with the emotion just as you might sit with a child in pain. Becoming reactive and overwhelmed by the emotion serves little positive purpose, but learning how to sit with your emotions without becoming reactive is a major breakthrough for most people.
As you develop a mindfulness-based relationship with your emotions you are learning exactly what you need to do internally to stay balanced even if the fear or anger, grief or depression should arise. If you don't become reactive, you effectively stop feeding the emotion, and if you stop feeding the emotion, it has no option but to change. Since we are in a stable relationship with the emotion, we can actually participate in helping the emotion change and heal.
I also guide you in this process, helping you make contact and establish relationship with your emotions and facilitating the transformation process. This will usually involve working with imagery, since imagery is the natural language of the emotions. What we discover is that as you change the internal imagery, you directly change the emotion itself. So, much of your mindfulness session will involve work with imagery, which for most people, is a very enjoyable and satisfying process.
I would like to Schedule an Online Skype Therapy Sessions
If you would like to work with an Online Therapist via Skype, simply email me and feel free to describe your emotional problems and ask any questions you may have about Online Therapy. It is easy to get started. All you need is Skype and PayPal and a quiet place for your sessions. The MIndfulness Therapy approach is very much more focused than traditional "talk therapy" and most people see results after far fewer sessions. You can expect to see major improvements after 3-6 sessions.
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Dr. Peter Strong is a Registered Professional Psychotherapist, teacher and author. Peter specializes in Mindfulness Therapy, which he provides online via Skype sessions.