Can you fully stop an anxiety attack while it’s happening?

Yes, you can learn how to stop an anxiety attack with the right training so that you are prepared if an anxiety attack should be triggered. I recommend Mindfulness Therapy and CBT for developing these protective skills.

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Yes, you can learn how to stop an anxiety attack with the right training so that you are prepared if an anxiety attack should be triggered. I recommend Mindfulness Therapy and CBT for developing these protective skills.

How to stop anxiety attacks through Online Mindfulness Therapy

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Hello there! My name is Peter Strong of the Boulder Center for Mindfulness Therapy. Now, many of the people who seek my assistance here either in the office or online through Skype sessions come to me suffering from panic attacks and panic anxiety. This is by far the most common form of emotional suffering that people encounter in their lives.

ONLINE THERAPY FOR PANIC ATTACKS & ANXIETY

I provide Online Mindfulness Therapy, which is one of the most effective and successful ways of controlling reactive anxiety and panic attacks. You can learn more by visiting my website and from reading my book, ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation.’

The most important method for overcoming panic attacks and anxiety in general is to learn how to form a stable, non-reactive relationship with your emotions. If you react then you simply feed the panic anxiety, but when you can simply observe the anxiety as an object in your consciousness then you will begin to break free from the emotion and it will begin to lose its strength. This method is remarkably effective when you really understand just how to do this. I will teach you how during these online therapy sessions.

Talk to a therapist online for effective help with panic attacks, fear and phobias. Please CONTACT ME to schedule a Skype therapy session or to learn more about the process.

Conventional counseling can be useful, but often common talk therapy does not transform the underlying psychological process that is the real cause of your depression or anxiety.

The same can be said for medications – the drug may relieve symptoms for a while, but medications are not effective for transforming the underlying process that causes your emotional pain.

The style of psychotherapy that I offer is known as Mindfulness Therapy, which can be quite effective for managing chronic anxiety and for treating depression and other common psychological problems resulting from conditioned reactive thinking. Most of my students see significant reduction in the level of anxiety and depression after the first couple of sessions of Mindfulness-based Skype Therapy.

Go to my website and contact me to discover more about this online counseling service and to book an online therapy session with me.

This Skype counseling service is available world-wide, including the USA, UK and Europe. All you need is a good internet connection and you are ready to start Skype therapy.

Overcoming Anxiety & Depression through Mindfulness Therapy

It’s extremely important that you just understand how to, essentially, meditate on your anxiety and depression. You’ve got to from a compassionate relationship with your emotions. Nearly all of us, obviously, react out of habit to our anxiety, depression or other negative emotions with avoidance and some kind of hatred to those negative emotions. We don’t want these unpleasant feelings and we try to eliminate them. That is surprisingly the worst thing you can potentially do, because this kind of reactivity makes the anxiety or depression develop and become stronger. Any kind of reactivity reinforces strengthening the anxiety or depression.

What I have found, and lots of others in the area of Mindfulness Therapy have discovered, is that what really facilitates change and transformation is when we can hold the emotion in our conscious awareness without responding with habitual reactivity to the emotions with avoidance and aversion. When you are doing so you are learning how to effectively be with that emotion without becoming reactive and without becoming overwhelmed by it. This trains the mind a totally different way of processing that emotion, and also this allows the emotion to change, to heal and to transform itself.

Therefore, if you’re interested in online therapy, do please visit my site and e-mail me and then we will be able to explore further whether this approach of mindfulness-based psychotherapy is appropriate for your specific needs. So, see my site and e-mail me.

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Therapy by Skype – Skype Therapy Services

What is the role of traumatic memory when considering PTSD?

During mindfulness therapy for PTSD we work on changing these traumatic memories by changing the imagery (Mindfulness-based Image Reprocessing, developed by Peter Strong).

PTSD is structured around traumatic memories, and specifically image-based memories that the mind is unable to process or “digest.”

During mindfulness therapy for PTSD we work on changing these traumatic memories by changing the imagery (Mindfulness-based Image Reprocessing, developed by Peter Strong).

Online Mindfulness Therapy for PTSD

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ONLINE THERAPIST FOR POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)

PTSD is a complex disorder involving many different emotions such as anxiety, depression, guilt and shame, anger and addictions.

Fundamentally, victims of PTSD have a very hard time adjusting to intensely traumatic experiences. A trauma is simply a form of sensory-emotional overload that the brain is unable to process and assimilate. The intense memory imprint and associated emotions become “stuck”, literally frozen in time, creating flash-backs and endlessly recurring intrusive thoughts and emotional reactions.

There are many sources of PTSD. Experience of war is well documented, but trauma is also an occupational hazard for emergency responders, fire officers, police officers and medical response personnel. Medical Doctors can also experience PTSD as they try to cope with the trauma of dispensing a terminal diagnosis to a patient.

One unrecognized source of PTSD is from the very process of giving birth itself. Again, the intense sensory overload accompanied by very intense emotions can create a traumatic image that does not resolve by itself.

The other biggest source of PTSD results from childhood trauma, at the hands of abusive parents or relatives or from bullying. The child, by its very nature, is least able to process intense sensory/emotional experiences, and these can become suppressed as unresolved core emotions that arise much later, during adult life as anxiety, panic attacks, uncontrollable anger and depression.

Whatever the cause of PTSD, these unresolved core emotions need resolution and this is the whole focus of Mindfulness Therapy which I provide via Skype. This is often a good choice for people who might not feel comfortable sharing their experiences in front of a group or even to a therapist in-person.

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Online Therapy for PTSD – Talk to a Therapist Online for Help with POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)

The Boulder Center for Mindfulness Therapy Online with Dr. Peter Strong.

Skype-Based Online Psychotherapy for Anxiety & Depression, Traumatic Stress and PTSD, Addictions, Emotional Abuse Recovery and other Emotional Problems: A convenient and effective Online Counseling Service that you can access from home.

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Welcome. My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. I provide online mindfulness therapy for anxiety, online therapy for depression, for stress and for addictions. I also provide online therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

So, what is PTSD? Well, basically it is the inability of the mind to process a traumatic event. A trauma is defined as an even that has extreme sensory and emotional components that the mind is simply not able to process, so, that memory and associated emotions around that memory become stuck. And that’s why a person suffering from PTSD will constantly re-live that memory in the form of flash-backs or recurring memories or intrusive thoughts and other forms of reactivity of the mind.

Essentially, the mind is trying to heal that trauma and that’s why it reoccurs, but the mind is stuck, it does not know how to do that.

So, during Mindfulness Therapy, which is my specialty, we work on changing the underlying structure of that memory and the traumatic emotions associated with that memory. We look at the way we see the memory and emotions internally, because that is what needs to change – our internal picture. Imagery is the natural language of emotion and each emotion that we experience has it’s own individual imagery structure inside – how we see it internally.

During Mindfulness Therapy sessions we look very closely at this imagery to see how it works. Often, we find there are certain themes. For example, the imagery is too large, too close and it has very vivid or intense color. These properties are what actually produce the emotional distress, the anxiety, the terror, not the actual historical event itself. It’s how we see that picture internally.

When we bring mindfulness to this internal picture, we begin to see the structure and we can begin to change that structure, we begin to discover ways of making the imagery smaller, moving it further away, changing it’s color, and other things that we can change consciously that actually have the effect of defusing and resolving the emotional trauma.

So, this is one central piece of Mindfulness Therapy – actually chaining the internal imagery of the trauma. Change the imagery, you change the emotional intensity and eventually that traumatic memory is able to resolve itself and become integrated into our general memory. We stop experiencing those recurring symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

To learn more, please visit my website and CONTACT ME. Email me and we can schedule a therapy session via Skype to help you overcome your Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. So, please visit my website now and contact me.Thank you!

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What criteria decides whether a technique is CBT?

CBT focuses on examining and changing the inner dialog of reactive automatic thoughts and beliefs that trigger anxiety, depression and other forms of psychological suffering.

CBT focuses on examining and changing the inner dialog of reactive automatic thoughts and beliefs that trigger anxiety, depression and other forms of psychological suffering. The primary belief is that when you change these thoughts you will change the emotion.

Online Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and Depression

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Now, during online cognitive therapy, you will learn specific ways of working with the underlying reactive thinking that fuels anxiety and depression. During these online cognitive behavioral therapy sessions you learn specific ways of working with these reactive thoughts and beliefs.

Of course, the most important thing in any form of CBT therapy is to first recognize those thoughts and beliefs. They tend to be habitual, and being a habit they thrive on not being seen. So, the first step in changing anxiety and depression is, actually, learning to see these thought habits, then it becomes possible to change them.

Now, during the online CBT therapy sessions that I offer via Skype, we focus on using a technique called Mindfulness Therapy. This is very effective for working with the underlying emotions that fuel the reactive thoughts and beliefs. You have to change these emotions if you are going to change the thought habits that create and sustain anxiety and depression.

So, if you would like to learn more about online cognitive behavioral therapy, please visit my website and email me. Tell me about what you are struggling with and why you are interested in online CBT, and I will happily answer your questions, and when you are ready, we can schedule an online CBT therapy session. So, please visit my website now and contact me. Thank you!

The Boulder Center for Mindfulness Therapy Online with Online Therapist, teacher and author, Peter Strong, PhD.

Skype-based Online Psychotherapy for Anxiety, Panic Attacks & Agoraphobia, Depression, Traumatic Stress & PTSD, Anger Management, Recovery from Addictions, Emotional Abuse Recovery, Eating Disorders & Bulimia, Insomnia, and other Emotional Problems: A convenient and effective Online Counseling Service that you can access from home or work using Skype.

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Skype therapy service

Skype therapy service – Online Psychotherapy via Skype

See a Therapist Online over Skype for highly effective online mindfulness-based therapy for Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Depression.

Watch this video and then contact me if you want to learn more about Skype Therapy.

Learn how to better manage anxiety and depression. See a Therapist Online over Skype for highly effective online mindfulness-based therapy for Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Depression, Social Anxiety Disorder and Agoraphobia, OCD and intrusive thoughts, Addictions, PTSD or any other forms of emotional stress not requiring medical treatment. Contact me to find out more about this online therapy service and to organize a online therapy session with me.

This online counseling service is available throughout the USA, UK and Europe and world-wide. All you need is a good internet connection and you can begin online therapy with Dr.Peter Strong.

I will be happy to answer your questions about seeing an online therapist, and when you are ready, you can schedule Skype session with me.

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My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional registered psychotherapist based in Boulder, Colorado, USA. I offer online training using Skype.

Have you ever wanted to talk to a therapist online? Online Therapy a very good and very popular option these days. Many people are choosing online therapy service as an alternative to a meeting with a therapist in an office. One reason is that it is much more convenient, of course, since you don’t have to commute to the therapist’s office. You don’t have to take out the time to do that. You can call from home, or from your office, or wherever you are, even from your hotel room if you’re traveling abroad. Talking to a therapist online is definitely preferable for most people.

With the advent of Skype it’s now possible to talk to a psychotherapist online and see him or her in real-time. It’s really just the same as if you were in the office together. I’ve been providing online psychotherapy for a number of years now. As far as I’m concerned there is no real difference between online or in-person therapy, especially if you’re teaching some form of cognitive therapy or mindfulness therapy, as I teach, where the emphasis is on teaching skills for working with difficult emotions. This can be transmitted online through Skype just as well as it can person-to-person in the office.

Online Therapist Service – Talk to a Psychotherapist Online via Skype for effective online counseling for Depression and Anxiety, Social Anxiety and Agoraphobia, Addictions, and other emotional problems, including PTSD. Contact me to learn more about this online psychotherapy service and to organize a Skype therapy session with me. This service is available world-wide, as long as you have internet access.

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Online Therapy is very convenient and effective!

What is the best treatment for a soldier with PTSD and substance abuse?

Always seek professional help. The substance abuse is a form of behavioral reactivity to the unresolved emotions of PTSD.

Always seek professional help. The substance abuse is a form of behavioral reactivity to the unresolved emotions of PTSD. For the PTSD itself we have to work on changing the traumatic memory imagery (mindfulness-based image reprocessing) and on healing the unresolved emotions through good psychotherapy.

Mindfulness Therapy for trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Online Mindfulness Therapy

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Many people prefer the privacy of online therapy for working on difficult emotional problems. I provide online therapy via Skype for the treatment of anxiety, depression, addictions and for healing from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which is particularly good for anxiety and trauma because the central focus is learning how to re-experience your trauma without becoming re-traumatized. There is a core focus of investigating the structure of the inner imagery of both the event (injury, rape, natural disaster, illness, substantial loss, death of a loved one, significant life-changing event, etc) and the associated emotions themselves, which also exist as imagery in the mind. Imagery is how the mind associates emotional energy with a memory, thought or belief. Change the imagery and you change the emotion…

Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy for the treatment of anxiety and for the treatment of depression and addictions, and also for working with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Mindfulness Therapy is a more advanced form of cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, that helps you work with the underlying structure of your trauma, the emotional trauma that is creating your symptoms. Whatever the source of that trauma, it has an underlying structure, and that structure is in the form of imagery. We literally create an internal picture both of the traumatic event, and also of the associated emotions that were activated by that traumatic event.

So, whatever the source, whether it’s a disaster, or whether it’s the result of military activity, or the trauma experienced by medical personnel, fire-fighter, or witnessing a disaster…There are many cause of trauma, some of which are well known and others are less well known. But, the characteristic of all trauma is that it represents an experience that was overwhelming and that the mind was not able to process, was not able to resolve and integrate into the general memory. So, it remains, essentially, stuck. It remains stuck in the form of an internal image or set of images that are resistant to change. Those images persist, and a very import ant part of Mindfulness Therapy for PTSD is seeing these images, which become clearer when we start to explore them with mindfulness, with this quality of conscious awareness where we become an observer, observing this internal structure of the emotion itself.

This process is very effective, indeed, and many people will see quite substantial changes after relatively few sessions. The reason why it is so effective is simply because we are exploring the underlying cause, that imagery, rather than just treating symptoms with medications or conventional talk therapy.

If you are interested in working with an online therapist for PTSD and you would like to schedule a session with me via Skype, please go to my website and email me, and then we can discuss if Mindfulness Therapy is a good approach for you to choose, and if you feel comfortable with this approach then we can schedule a Skype therapy session. So, please if you would like to talk to an online therapist about your PTSD and get the help from an online therapist for your Post-Traumatic Disorder, please CONTACT ME and then we can discuss this further, Thank you!

Welcome. My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. I provide online mindfulness therapy for anxiety, online therapy for depression, for stress and for addictions. I also provide online therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

So, what is PTSD? Well, basically it is the inability of the mind to process a traumatic event. A trauma is defined as an even that has extreme sensory and emotional components that the mind is simply not able to process, so, that memory and associated emotions around that memory become stuck. And that’s why a person suffering from PTSD will constantly re-live that memory in the form of flash-backs or recurring memories or intrusive thoughts and other forms of reactivity of the mind.

Essentially, the mind is trying to heal that trauma and that’s why it reoccurs, but the mind is stuck, it does not know how to do that.

So, during Mindfulness Therapy, which is my specialty, we work on changing the underlying structure of that memory and the traumatic emotions associated with that memory. We look at the way we see the memory and emotions internally, because that is what needs to change – our internal picture. Imagery is the natural language of emotion and each emotion that we experience has it’s own individual imagery structure inside – how we see it internally.

During Mindfulness Therapy sessions we look very closely at this imagery to see how it works. Often, we find there are certain themes. For example, the imagery is too large, too close and it has very vivid or intense color. These properties are what actually produce the emotional distress, the anxiety, the terror, not the actual historical event itself. It’s how we see that picture internally.

When we bring mindfulness to this internal picture, we begin to see the structure and we can begin to change that structure, we begin to discover ways of making the imagery smaller, moving it further away, changing it’s color, and other things that we can change consciously that actually have the effect of defusing and resolving the emotional trauma.

So, this is one central piece of Mindfulness Therapy – actually chaining the internal imagery of the trauma. Change the imagery, you change the emotional intensity and eventually that traumatic memory is able to resolve itself and become integrated into our general memory. We stop experiencing those recurring symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

To learn more, please visit my website and CONTACT ME. Email me and we can schedule a therapy session via Skype to help you overcome your Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. So, please visit my website now and contact me.Thank you!

Inquiries welcome!

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How do you cope with major depression on a day-to-day basis?

You need to work on the underlying psychological cause of your depression. Medications can’t do that, they only treat symptoms. I recommend Mindfulness Therapy for Depression.

You need to work on the underlying psychological cause of your depression. Medications can’t do that, they only treat symptoms. I recommend Mindfulness Therapy for Depression.

Online therapy for anxiety & depression – Talk to a therapist online

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Online Mindfulness Therapy via Skype is a convenient and very popular world-wide service provided by US psychotherapist, Dr Peter Strong. Today, working with an online therapist is becoming the first choice for learning how to overcome anxiety, panic attacks, depression and stress. In this introduction we learn how Mindfulness Therapy online works for healing Anxiety and anxiety disorders.

Mindfulness Therapy is becoming one of the most respected methods for treating anxiety and for managing anxiety symptoms. This gentle yet extremely powerful therapy is also very suitable for online therapy, especially when we use Skype, which allows the client to have a face-to-face session with an online therapist. Convenience and comfort are two of the most common reasons why people choose online therapy, but many really like the approach of Mindfulness Therapy, which tends to focus on changing the underlying causes of your anxiety, rather than just treating the symptoms. many people see big changes after only a few sessions of mindfulness-based online therapy.

If you are contemplating online counseling therapy to help you better cope with your anxiety, please visit my website and email me.

The Boulder Center for Mindfulness Therapy Online with Dr. Peter Strong.

Skype-Based Online Mindfulness-based CBT Psychotherapy for Anxiety & Depression, Traumatic Stress and PTSD, Addictions, Emotional Abuse Recovery and other Emotional Problems: A convenient and effective Online Counseling Service that you can access from home.

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It is important to check that there are no underlying medical conditions that might be causing your depression, but for most people depression is best described as a psychological habit that is caused when we become overwhelmed by habitual reactive thinking called rumination. During online mindfulness therapy sessions we learn how to transform this habit and resolve the depression.

So the best way to fight depression without drugs and without the use of prescription medications is to work on changing the underlying psychological habits that creates your depression.

Perhaps the most common underlying psychological habit is that of rumination. This describes patterns of habitual reactive thinking that tend to proliferate in the minds and that feeds the underlying depression. So thoughts do not cause depression but they do feed that depression. One of the best ways to control rumination is by learning some form of mindfulness meditation practice, particularly where we practice on meditating on the mind itself.

Meditating on breathing is a common mindfulness practice that is a very good relaxation exercise, but what really makes the difference is when you start meditating on the mind. This allows you to start developing more conscious awareness of these patterns of habitual reactive thinking that feed your depression. When you become more aware of them you can begin to break free from the rumination.

We practice many different mindfulness techniques to help you with this during the online therapy sessions that I teach for managing depression and also anxiety. One of the most effective approaches is called the “Placement Technique” and this is where you learn to greet your thoughts consciously and also in a friendly manner and then move those thoughts to a lower level such as placing them on the floor. This is an interesting exercise to try. Most people have never thought to do this but the position of your thoughts in the mind, the way you see them, is a very important factor in creating the depression.

Usually the thoughts are too close and too high. That’s how we see them, and it’s that closeness that becomes menacing, if you like, like a swarm of bees. If you space those thoughts out and create more space around them by moving them, that takes away that menacing quality, the crowding effect of too little space, and that can have a dramatic effect on decreasing the intensity of emotional stress produced by those ruminating thoughts. So you might try practicing this yourself.

If you’d like to learn more in more detail how to apply this technique, the placement technique, and other mindfulness methods for managing rumination then simply go to my website and email me and let’s set up a trial Skype therapy session to help you overcome your depression.

It’s not always necessary to take medications, and in fact medications generally can only relieve symptoms, unless there is an underlying medical condition. But for most people that’s not the case. It’s simply that they have developed habitual patterns of rumination that feeds the depression.

So go to my Web site learn more about us mindfulness therapy for depression and anxiety, and if you’d like to schedule a session simply e-mail me and we can arrange a time that works for you and for me. Thank you.

Conventional talk therapy can be beneficial, but often just talking about your feelings does not alter the the underlying process that is the real cause of your depression or anxiety.

The same can be said for medications – the medication may relieve symptoms for a while, but medications are not going to transform the underlying process that produces your emotional pain.

The school of psychotherapy that I offer is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is quite successful for handling anxiety and for treating chronic depression and other emotional problems resulting from conditioned negative thinking. Most of my clients notice real changes after the first few sessions of Skype Therapy.

Go to my website and email me to learn more about this online psychotherapy service and to book an online Skype session with me.

This online counseling service is available world-wide, including the USA, UK and Europe. All you need is a good internet connection and you can start Skype counseling.

Controlling Anxiety & Depression through Mindfulness Therapy

It is critical that you learn how to, essentially, meditate on your anxiety and depression. You have to from a non-reactive relationship with your emotions. Most of us, naturally, react negatively to our anxiety, depression or other unpleasant emotions with avoidance or some form of resistance to those negative emotions. We don’t like these unpleasant feelings and we try to eliminate them. This is actually the worst thing you can potentially do, because aversion and avoidance has the adverse effect of making the anxiety or depression develop and become more powerful. Any type of reactivity has the negative effect of strengthening the anxiety or depression.

What I’ve found, and many others in the field of Mindfulness Therapy have discovered, is that what actually creates emotional healing is when we can hold the emotion in our conscious awareness without responding with habitual reactivity to the emotions with avoidance and aversion. When you do so you are learning how you can effectively be with that emotion without becoming reactive and without becoming overwhelmed by it. This trains the mind a totally different manner of processing that experience, and this allows the emotion to change, to heal itself and to transform itself.

So, if you are interested in online Mindfulness Therapy, do please e-mail me and see my website and then we can explore further whether this approach of mindfulness-based therapy is a good fit for you. Please, visit my website and email me.

Online therapists for anxiety and depression
Online therapists for anxiety and depression

How do you make the urge to binge go away?

We can manage and eliminate those urges to binge eat by applying the methods on mindfulness therapy.

We can manage and eliminate those urges to binge eat by applying the methods on mindfulness therapy. Those urges come from a core emotion based on feelings of unworthiness, self-hatred, low self-esteem and emotional pain. We sometime call this the inner child, and it is always hungry because of its need for comfort and love. This is what we need to heal if we want to break free from those urges and impulses to binge.

Binge Eating Disorder Treatment Online

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Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional psychotherapist. I offer Online Therapy via Skype for a range of emotional problems such as anxiety and depression, but also for addictions, including food addiction, Bulimia or other forms of overeating disorders.

Online Therapy for Bulimia and Binge Eating is becoming more and more popular these days. It’s partly because of the convenience, and also because there is a great deal of stigma associated with overeating disorders and addictions in general. People like the idea of being able to have sessions in the comfort and privacy of their own home.

The style of therapy that I offer is called Mindfulness Therapy, which, basically, teaches you how to work with emotions so that you don’t become overwhelmed by them. It’s about learning how to form a relationship with your emotions that facilitates their healing. If you become lost in your emotions, overwhelmed by them, or reactive towards your emotions, of course, that simply feeds them and stops them healing. But, when you can learn to sit mindfully with an emotion, then that emotion will heal. That’s one of the core principles of Mindfulness Therapy, and this works very well.

So, during the online therapy sessions for binge eating or other food addiction, I will teach you hoe to work with the compulsive parts of the emotional problem, but also with the underlying core emotions, the underlying feeling of deep need or emptiness that feeds the compulsive emotions. This really requires healing and this is where Mindfulness Therapy works at it’s best.

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