Mindfulness Therapy using Skype to Overcome Emotional Suffering
Email me to learn more about Online Mindfulness-based psychotherapy with me.
During these online therapy sessions I will teach you how to apply mindfulness for recovering from all forms of anxiety disorders, including Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Social Anxiety Disorder, OCD, depression, and addiction, including alcohol addiction and other emotional problems, by using the very successful teachings of Mindfulness Therapy.
This approach is remarkably effective and you can expect to notice tangible results after 3-4 Skype sessions with me.
Online Mindfulness-based Skype Psychotherapy is extremely effective for controlling anxiety and depression without using drugs. It is far better to treat the underlying cause of your psychological suffering as opposed to just treating symptoms.
The main healing factors developed during Mindfulness Therapy are Conscious Awareness, which is essential for overcoming the psychological habits that cause emotional pain, and Inner Compassion, which is what allows healing and resolution of emotional suffering.
”I unreservedly recommend engaging Peter’s services in, what has been for me, an extremely effective method of learning about my inner self in ways that I’ve never been able to achieve before.”
Mindfulness Therapy through Skype
Mindfulness Therapy teaches you how to become less emotionally reactive and how to gain more balance. It also speeds up the process of healing emotional trauma. Contact me to learn more about online therapy over Skype. I will be very happy to answer your questions about seeing an online therapist, and when you feel ready, you can schedule a Skype session with me.
Standard talk therapy can be useful, but often it does not look at the underlying psychological process that creates your depression or anxiety.
The same can be said for medications – the anti-anxiety medication may reduce symptoms for a while, but medications are not going to transform the underlying cause that generates the emotional pain.
The type of psychotherapy that I provide is known as Mindfulness Therapy, which can be quite powerful for controlling chronic anxiety and for treating chronic depression and other psychological issues resulting from conditioned reactive thinking. Most of my students see quite dramatic improvements after 3-4 sessions of mindfulness-based Skype Therapy.
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I provide Skype Therapy for anxiety and depression and other common psychological problems that don’t require medical attention.
Anxiety and depression respond very well to some basic mindfulness techniques that I have developed over the years that help you basically stop the habitual process of becoming overwhelmed by your emotions.
This is one aspect of mindfulness we focus on in great detail. It is called, “learning to sit with your emotions,” learning to build a relationship with your anxiety or depression or any other emotion in which you can sit with it without becoming reactive, without indulging in the reactive thinking and reactive behaviors and reactive identification that feeds the anxiety or depression.
If you can learn to sit with your anxiety or depression without feeding it then the anxiety or depression will lose its strength, it will begin to change and it will begin to resolve itself, and this can happen quite quickly.
The main key here is not to feed the anxiety or depression with reactive thinking, rumination or “what if?” thinking or any other form of emotional reactivity.
The second part of Mindfulness Therapy that we focus on during these Skype therapy sessions involves looking at the imagery of the emotion. All emotions have corresponding imagery and that is really how the mind keeps that emotion intact. The imagery will have certain characteristics that we explore during Mindfulness Therapy. For example, position – that is a very important one – color, size. All of these factors are what actually make the emotion work and cause the anxiety or depression.
For example, for depression, the chances are that the emotion will be very dark in color, black. It’s likely to be very heavy, experienced as something weighing heavily on you. Chances are, it’s also going to overwhelming, which means it is above you. That’s how we see it inside. Psychologically, that is the imagery of the depression and that is what makes the depression work. When you change that imagery you change the depression. So, seeing this imagery is vital if you want to change the underlying process that causes depression.
For anxiety, it is very common to feel that anxiety in the chest region. That is its position. If we can change its position, move it out of the chest region, then you will be changing the structure of the anxiety and that is a very important part of healing anxiety.
So, working with imagery is very, very effective indeed.
A third part of mindfulness is really learning to discover who you really are, your True Self, and your True Self is not the contents of mind. It’s not thoughts, it’s not emotions, it’s not memories, it’s not beliefs, it’s none of those things. Your True Self is actually that quality of awareness, consciousness that can see and experience the content of mind, and that is not content. It is outside of content.
Most of our suffering occurs because we become identified with the content of our mind. We become attached to it, we become caught up in it, we become lost in it, we become overwhelmed by the content of mind and we suffer.
During mindfulness therapy we learn to move out of the content of mind to find our true identity which is the consciousness that is able to witness the content of mind. The analogy we often use here is the sky. The sky represents your True Self. The clouds and other objects that arise and pass away – those represent the thoughts and emotions and memories and other content of mind. The sky does not change; contents change. The sky remains constant, and the sky does not suffer. Your True Self does not suffer; it is only the emotions and thoughts and content that suffer.
So, this is one very important result of working mindfully with your emotions and your thoughts. You begin to discover your True Self and that’s very, very exciting indeed.
So, if you would like to learn more about Mindfulness Therapy and you would like to schedule a Skype Therapy session with me, simply go to my website and email me. Thank you.
Skype Therapy Service – Online Therapy – Speak to a Therapist online through Skype for effective online mindfulness-based therapy for Anxiety and Depression, Social Anxiety and Agoraphobia, Addictions, and other forms of emotional stress, including PTSD and Traumatic Stress.
Email me to discover more about this online counseling service and to book an online therapy session with me.
This online counseling therapy service is available throughout the USA, UK and Western Europe and world-wide. All you need is an internet connection and you can start Skype therapy with me.