Find an Online Mindfulness-based Therapist

Find an Online Mindfulness-based Therapist for help overcoming anxiety and depression.

Online Mindfulness-based Therapy is very effective for the treatment of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, addiction and for stress management and stress reduction.

Mindfulness Therapy teaches you how to work with your thoughts and emotions through the application of mindfulness and compassion.

The main factor that prevents recovery from anxiety and depression and other forms of emotional suffering is the negative internal relationship we have with our thoughts, beliefs and painful emotions, based on aversion and avoidance.

Mindfulness Therapy, which is the practical application of Buddhist psychology, focuses on changing the internal relationship you have with your thoughts and emotions to a relationship based on conscious acceptance, compassion and intuitive wisdom, all of which are considered essential for  recovery from anxiety and depression.

This approach is significantly  different from clasical “talk therapy” and counseling, which may provide temporary relief from acute psychological problems but often does not heal the underlying cause of your suffering.

Online Mindfulness Therapy gives you the tools to promote healing, recovery and wellbeing and most people see dramatic changes after a few online therapy sessions.

Contact me if you would like to get help from a specialist in Mindfulness-based Therapy.

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Online Mindfulness-based Therapist via Skype for effective help with anxiety and depression

Talk to a Psychotherapist Online over Skype for effective online therapy for Depression and Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Social Anxiety Disorder and Agoraphobia, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Intrusive Thoughts, Addictions, and other psychological and emotional problems, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Online counseling is very effective providing you use Skype so that you can see each other during your therapy sessions together with your therapist.

Contact me to learn more about this online psychotherapy service and organize a therapy session via Skype with me. Your inquiries always welcome!

Everyone that I have worked with really enjoys the mindfulness approach that I teach for healing emotional suffering…

“I came across Dr. Peter Strong’s website when I was doing some research on the benefits of mindfulness for anxiety. I am so happy I took the next step and contacted him. I always looked forward to each session, he made my day lighter, made me feel stronger and happier.”


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See an Online Psychotherapist for Anxiety and Depression

Talk to an online psychotherapist via Skype for help with anxiety and depression

Welcome. My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online mindfulness therapist. I specially in Mindfulness Therapy because I find that to be the most effective way of working with anxiety, depression, and also addictions.

If you would like to speak to a therapist online, please go to my website, the link is below, and email me and then I can answer your questions and explain to you in more detail how online therapy works.

The first session is called a Trial Session, which means there is no upfront payment and in fact payment is made on your satisfaction, on your total satisfaction with the outcome of that session. So, this a way for you to get a sense of how online therapy works, how I work as an online therapist, and to see if this is the right approach for you and if you wish to continue online therapy with me.

So, what do we do during these online therapy sessions? Well, what I focus on is teaching you how to overcome those underlying patterns of reactive thinking and emotional reactivity that cause your anxiety or depression.

This really quite different than conventional talk therapy, which is more about having an avenue to release your emotional stress to someone who is sympathetic and willing to listen and encouraging you to express yourself. That is, of course, very important; and important part of good psychotherapy. But, in my experience, talk therapy is not enough. We have to look at changing that underlying process. We have to learn how to break free from the habitual patterns of negative reactive thinking.

And, this is where mindfulness is so effective, because it is a very powerful awareness skill that allows you to explore that underlying structure of your emotions. It allows you to see those patterns and it allows you to change those patterns.

More than this, Mindfulness Therapy also allows you to explore how emotional reactions work, themselves. Now, emotions are really quite different than thoughts, their primary language is not words but it is imagery. Imagery is the natural language of emotions. When we say, for example, “I feel overwhelmed,'” that give us a clue to the internal imagery of the emotion. We literally see the emotion above us, at a higher position, weighing down on us. We feel OVER-whelmed by the emotion. That is a part of the imagery that makes the emotion work.

So, when we explore this imagery with Mindfulness Therapy, we see all the details of how that emotional imagery works and we can change that emotional imagery through mindfulness. We can explore making all kinds of modifications in that internal imagery that allows the emotions to neutralize itself, to discharge itself, to change. We teach the emotion how to change itself, essentially.

Emotional imagery, just like reactive thinking is primarily habit, and habit thrives on not being seen. Mindfulness is all about exploring in great detail what is actually happening; it’s about exploring that structure. It is about learning how to become a scientist, basically, exploring how things work in your mind.

So, this is one reason why Mindfulness Therapy is so powerful. Another reason why Mindfulness Therapy works is because it teaches you how to change your whole relationship to your thoughts and emotions. It teaches you how to observe your emotions without becoming overwhelmed by them, without becoming identified with them, without becoming reactive.

So, if you would like to speak to a therapist online, do please go to my website and email me and I will explain this in more detail, and then we can schedule a trial session.


Talk to a Therapist Online Now – Skype Therapy

So, now it’s possible for you to talk to a therapist online to get help with anxiety or depression or addiction or any other emotional problem that’s causing problems in your life.

It’s very easy to get started, all you need is Skype and a good internet connection and then you can schedule a Skype therapy session with me. I see people throughout North America and Western Europe and as far away as Australia.

People contact me because they are particularly interested in the Mindfulness approach that I teach. Mindfulness therapy is immensely effects for anxiety and depression, particularly.

During these sessions which, I usually hold once a week, I will teach you very practical and very effective mindfulness-based methods for working with your emotions. The most important thing that we have to change is the way that we relate to our emotions.

Typically, we become identified with our emotions, they consume us, they overwhelm us, they basically cause us to become very reactive and this is a habit. This is a habit called reactive identification. It’s the first thing we work on during mindfulness therapy sessions.

We need to, basically, break this habit so that you do not become overwhelmed by your emotions, that you can establish a stable and non-reactive relationship with your emotions. We call this learning to sit with your emotions. This is crucial when you have learnt how to do this, then you create the right conditions for the emotion to change and heal itself. But, also when you have a stable and non-reactive relationship with your emotions then you can help them heal. We do this through a variety of techniques.

One of the most effective and powerful aspects of mindfulness therapy is learning to develop a friendly and compassionate relationship with your emotions. This is absolutely essential for their healing. We must get over the habit of reacting with hatred or avoidance towards our emotional pain. We must instead learn to embrace it, because only then can you help it heal.

Much of the healing happens through this relationship, which we call the relationship between the True Self, your true self, and the emotion the Little Self. This alliance is very much like the alliance between a parent and a child in a healthy family. When the child feels secure it grows in a healthy way and learns how to manage its well-being by itself, it develops its own true self in that environment.

This is how we must treat our emotions, rather like we would treat the child with discipline, that’s not becoming reactive, but also with love, which helps the emotion change and heal.

If you would like to learn more about the mindfulness therapy approach to healing anxiety or depression and you like the idea of talking to a therapist online now, do please go to my website, learn more and then send me an email so we can work on scheduling a Skype therapy session at a time that was you. Thank you.


See an Online Psychotherapist for Anxiety and Depression

Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional psychotherapist and I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy, which works extremely well online through Skype.

Skype Therapy is an excellent way of learning the strategies that you need to work with difficult emotions such as anxiety and depression or even addictions.

Because you can talk to each other and see each other, the quality of Skype therapy is really no different than being in an office with a psychotherapist. I offer both in-person psychotherapy and also online Skype therapy and quite frankly I prefer Skype therapy.

Clients seem to do better with this format because they tend to feel more empowered, more in control of the process; they are less intimidated and feel more at ease. It is particularly useful if you are seeking more anonymity, more privacy in your work with a therapist.

Being able to talk to a therapist online from your own home is also, of course, very much more comfortable for you and this will improve the quality of psychotherapy.

The Mindfulness Therapy that I offer is extremely effective for anxiety and also depression. It’s a way of helping you break free from those patterns of habitual reactivity that feed anxiety and depression. That’s the biggest problem that most people deal with and breaking free from those habitual patterns is what really makes the difference, and there is nothing better than Mindfulness Therapy for doing that.

CBT is also a good choice; you should look at that as well. CBT is excellent for working with reactive thoughts, but Mindfulness Therapy is best if you want to work with the emotions themselves.

If you would like to learn more about Skype Therapy, simply go to my website and read the pages on the website and watch the other videos that are posted on my YouTube Channel and CONTACT ME when you would like to schedule a Skype Therapy session.

So, I look forward to hearing from you and I look forward to working with you and helping you overcome those patterns of habitual reactivity that may cause your anxiety or depression. Thank you!


Speak with a Therapist Online for Help with Anxiety & Depression

Welcome. My name is Peter Strong. I specialize in online mindfulness therapy. This is a system of psychotherapy that I’ve developed over the years which is particularly effective for overcoming anxiety and depression.

So if you’re interested in talking to a psychotherapist over Skype to help you overcome your anxiety or depression then do please go to my website and learn more about this online service and then feel free to contact me. Ask any questions you may have about online psychotherapy in general, or about the mindfulness therapy therapy approach that I teach. I’d be happy to correspond with you until you feel comfortable enough to schedule a Skype therapy session with me.

The Skype Therapy approach that I teach is very structured and very practical. It is designed to give you mindfulness based tools for working with your emotions and to help you heal those emotional reactive patterns that are causing suffering.

So I firmly believe that anxiety and depression are best viewed as psychological habits, not medical disorders, and psychological habits can be changed through training, and that’s what we do during these mindfulness therapy sessions.

I will teach you how to work specifically with your emotions so that they heal. Basically, this is what we’re interested in doing, learning to heal that emotional pain. We’re not trying to cope or tolerate our emotions. We’re not trying to manage our anxiety or depression or stress. We’re trying to heal it. This is one of the fundamental features of mindfulness therapy.

As as we know, anxiety and depression are fueled by reactive thinking, patterns of conditioned habitual automatic reactive thinking. And that’s the first thing we must focus on, and learning how to manage reactive thinking so that it doesn’t fuel the underlying psychological habit that creates your anxiety or depression.

So it’s possible to free yourself from patterns of habitual reactive thinking and rumination when you bring more conscious awareness to the mind. This is the thing that’s missing and that really is behind the habits of anxiety or depression. We don’t have sufficient consciousness. We are certainly aware that we are suffering and we are aware of these reactive thoughts but we do not have a conscious relationship with them. They arise and they seem to take over, they take charge. They control our state of mind and that is an unconscious process.

Mindfulness is about developing more consciousness and mindfulness therapy is about bringing this consciousness to basically break that habit of reactive thinking. So that’s one very big part of the mindfulness based psychotherapy that I have developed over the years.

There are other aspects to mindfulness based therapy. We also work a lot with the imagery of our emotions. Most people are not familiar with this but all emotions are based around internal psychological imagery. How you see emotions and thoughts, as well, in the mind is what determines the intensity of those emotions or thoughts or beliefs or memories.

This is particularly the case with traumatic memories. It’s not so much the event itself that causes the trauma. When we remember that event, whether it’s physical abuse or emotional abuse, or whether it’s a very disturbing scene, whatever it might be that’s causing that post-traumatic stress. It’s not the actual memory itself it’s the imagery of the memory that creates the re-traumatization. How you see that picture in the mind, how big it is, how close it is, how much color and detail does it have. Is it a sharp image or is it a fuzzy image.

So that imagery has a structure and part of our work in mindfulness therapy is to uncover this image structure, to see how it actually works in the mind. Again, by bringing more consciousness to the emotions to investigate the structure of the emotions. When you see how that imagery works then you can begin to change that imagery and that changes the emotion itself very directly. So when when emotions heal naturally, what actually happens is that their imagery changes. The images become smaller, more distant, more fuzzy, and so on.


Find an Online Mindfulness-based Therapist