Online Mindfulness Therapy for Overcoming Anxiety & Depression
Struggling with Difficult Emotions?
Do You Want to Learn Better Ways to Manage Your Emotions?
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Applications of Online Mindfulness Therapy:
- Online Therapy for Depression – Learn how to overcome reactive thinking and develop better self-confidence and self-esteem.
- Online Therapy for Anxiety – Mindfulness Therapy is an exceptionally effective treatment for anxiety and Online Therapy for Panic Attacks will teach you how to break free from the debilitating effects of panic attacks.
- Online Therapy for Driving Anxiety – Many of my clients seek help for driving anxiety and phobias. Mindfulness Therapy provides you with the training and methods needed to successfully overcome driving anxiety.
- Online Mindfulness Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder – Undo the habitual patterns of reactive thinking and self-defeating beliefs that feed SAD.
- Online Therapy for Agoraphobia – Mindfulness Therapy is especially effective for agoraphobia, and provides an excellent option if you cannot leave home.
- Online Mindfulness Therapy for Phobias – Through Mindfulness-based Image Reprocessing coupled with progressive exposure protocols you will learn how to overcome your phobia.
- Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is One of the most popular methods for Stress Management – by neutralizing Habitual Negative Thinking.
- Online Mindfulness therapy for OCD – overcoming habitual reactive thinking and behaviors.
- Online Mindfulness Therapy for Anger is very effective for anger management by teaching you how to manage and neutralize anger impulses through mindfulness training.
- Online Mindfulness Therapy for Insomnia has been shown to be very effective for Overcoming Sleep Anxiety & Insomnia by reducing the agitated thinking & worrying of the racing mind that inhibits the natural sleep response.
- Online Mindfulness Therapy for PTSD is very effective for recovery from PTSD and for recovery from emotional trauma and abuse by teaching you how to develop mindfulness-based compassion and acceptance, which are essential for healing from trauma.
- Online Mindfulness Therapy for Addiction can be extremely effective for the treatment of addictions by helping you manage the underlying emotions that cause your addiction as well as teaching you more effective impulse control.
- I also offer Online Marriage Counseling in which you will learn how to overcome conflict and patterns of emotional reactivity that are so destructive to your personal relationships.
- As a Spiritual Path, Mindfulness Therapy helps us develop our True Self that lies within, but is kept prisoner by our habitual reactivity (the “Little Self”). Mindfulness practice teaches us how to be more alive, more authentic, more passionate in everything that we do and this brings greater happiness and well-being.
Learn more about Online Therapy
- Skype Therapy – I offer individual therapy sessions via Skype. It is important that we can see each other. This improves communication and makes the therapeutic process very much more effective. Therapy via Skype is recommended for anxiety and depression where you want to learn how to manage your emotions more effectively.
- Talk to a Therapist Online – Every one of my clients tells me how much they prefer online therapy to in-person sessions. It is more convenient and also less intimidating.
- Online Psychotherapy – Learn more about the mindfulness-based psychotherapy that I specialize in. Also abbreviated as Online Therapy.
- Online Counseling – Counseling is different than psychotherapy with more of a focus on helping you understand what you can do differently to reduce emotional reactivity.
- Online CBT – Mindfulness Therapy is a near cousin to cognitive-behavioral therapy but with a greater focus on healing at the emotional level since the power of thoughts is highly dependent on the emotional charge of the thought or belief or memory.
Online Therapy – Talk to a Therapist Online via Skype
Speak with a therapist via Skype for help with anxiety, depression and addictions
If you are struggling with anxiety or depression or if you are interested in online treatment for an addiction, then you might consider online therapy via Skype. Contact me to learn more about this online therapy service.
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Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I’m a professional Skype therapist. I offer Skype therapy for the treatment of anxiety as well as depression, and also I offer addiction counseling online through Skype. If you are considering knowing more about Skype therapy, please email me and then we can discuss not or whether Skype therapy is the ideal choice for you. It’s for a lot of people. Really, Skype therapy is a way of having access to someone like myself, who teaches manners of working with difficult emotions including dependence, depression or anxiety.
Folks contact me for my services through the USA, abroad in Europe and the UK and essentially my services can be found world-wide, wherever there is a demand and where you may have an excellent internet connection and access to Skype and additionally PayPal for making your online payments after completion of each session.
My policy is that you pay on a satisfaction basis, that’s you pay after the completion of every session based with that Skype therapy session along with your satisfaction.
So, please do contact me with any questions you might have about Skype therapy and things to expect during these treatment sessions and also to discuss whether this is suitable for your requirements. Thanks!
Specific Disorders treated with Online Therapy
Online Therapy Sessions for Anxiety and Depression
Mindfulness Therapy is a very powerful way of working with stress, depression or dependence.
So Mindfulness Therapy is a way of, basically, learning the way to become more responsive, more free, less reactive and better able to deal with challenges and the triggers of your life.
Thus, fundamentally, the way we do this is that we identify those reactive ideas and also the emotion underneath the thought and then we establish a Mindfulness-Based Relationship with one of these thoughts; we truly learn how to meditate on emotions and the thoughts . Rather than trying to push them away or prevent them we actually invite them into our awareness and sit together as in the event that you’re sitting using a kid or a friend. You establish a relationship based on conscious awareness, consciousness, and also the grade of friendliness.
We have to master the way to sit with our emotions, make friends with them and really care for them.
The majority of us are not used to the notion of caring for our negative thoughts or truly caring for our debilitating emotions. As you know, our instinct is to try and get rid of these, but that is unlikely to work. If you try and eliminate negative thoughts, of negative beliefs they simply get stronger, and if you make an effort to prevent them they only chase after you.
What really does make the change possible is when you cease running away from them and fighting them, but truly meditate on them. When you are doing that, you then cease feeding beliefs, ideas or memories that are painful to those reactive. When you stop feeding them then they start to change, they begin to heal, they start to transform themselves because place of non-reactive comprehension that individuals create through the Mindfulness-Based Relationship that people have with them.
So, this really is a very effective method, in deed, particularly for working with stress as well as for conquering depression, also it’s a very good way of neutralizing those compulsive urges that we experience in dependency along with other forms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or OCD.
Therefore, if you’d like to find out more concerning this strategy, this Mindfulness Therapy approach to healing and transforming anxiety, depression, addictions and other mental problems, please e-mail me and then we can schedule an online treatment session via Skype.
Many people find fairly remarkable changes in very few sessions. Usually after 2-3 sessions you may detect very remarkable changes in the level of stress or depression and in the frequency of negative thinking.
So, if you are considering knowing more about this approach, please CONTACT ME and let’s schedule an online therapy session. Thanks!
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The Advantages of Online Therapy via Skype
Benefits of Online Therapy for the Treatment of Anxiety, Depression or Addictions
For those who have to move around the world frequently, online therapy has always been a big relieve. Therapy online is mental healthcare that you can take with you everywhere you go. With a phone or a laptop and internet connection, it becomes easy to speak with a therapist online from any part of the world.
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. If you would like to talk to an online therapist for help with anxiety or depression or addictions, please go to my website and contact me and then we can schedule an online therapy session.
Many people prefer talking to a therapist online because it is so much more convenient and also it’s a way of getting the help that you need for anxiety or depression when living abroad or if you are not able to find a local therapist to work with where you live.
The style of therapy that I provide is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is extremely effective for anxiety. It’s a way of, basically, changing the underlying process that causes anxiety or depression. It’s a way of breaking free from those patterns of reactive thinking that sustain anxiety, depression and, of course, addiction, also.
We have to change the way we relate to our thoughts and emotions. The greatest obstacle to change is aversion and avoidance. In Mindfulness Therapy we pay particular attention to developing much more conscious awareness of our reactive thoughts to overcome the avoidance habit, and then we actually develop a friendly relationship with our emotional pain, our anxiety, our depression or even our negative thoughts. It’s extremely important because it’s the quality of this conscious friendly relationship to your emotions that allows them to change and allows you to change your relationship so that you are no longer overcome by reactive thinking.
If you would like to learn more about Mindfulness Therapy and are interested in talking to an online therapist, please email me, and I look forward to talking with you and helping you overcome your specific emotional problems through Online Mindfulness Therapy. Thank you!
Most people prefer online therapy sessions for the treatment of common disorders like anxiety and depression. They also find online therapy help useful in getting over various forms of addictions. The benefits of this form of therapy are so many and its effectiveness has been proven to be comparable to what can be expected from traditional therapy.
However, sometimes we do need face-to-face consultation with a therapy but such need may only arise if there is an emergency or if the health challenges are quite serious. Apart from emergencies and serious mental diseases that may require physical contact with a psychotherapist, it has been shown through research that online therapy is equally effective in a situation where traditional therapy is unavailable, too expensive, or undesirable to the patient.
In this article, you will learn the many reasons you might want to consider signing up for online therapy sessions. The benefits are quite general, that is, you can expect to get these benefits from any respectable website that offers online therapy services.
Unfortunately, it might a bit difficult to identify the best online therapists unless you are getting the service through an established and respected website like our own.
The benefits listed below are what you can expect when you sign up for our online therapy service.
- Unrestricted Access From Remote Locations
Whether you are on vacation in Hawaii or on a business trip to a third world country, your treatment does not have to be postponed when you do online therapy unlike in conventional therapy. You can continue to communicate with your therapist online without a break in your recovery process. This is especially valuable when you are trying to cope with anxiety, depression or addictions that can affect your productivity at work and even your happiness during vacation.
- Easy Entry and Exit
With online therapy help, there is usually no long waiting list to be attended to first. You also don’t have to go through a tedious process to join or make any huge financial commitment. Rather, starting and stopping online therapy is inexpensive and easy.
- Access to Professional Psychotherapy For Bedridden/Disabled Patients
Anxiety, depression and addictions are disorders that affect all classes of people. This includes those who cannot leave there houses due to physical or health constraints. You no longer have to wait until you are feeling well enough to travel to a psychologist’s office. Rather, as long can you can use your phone or laptop, you can easily get treatment from a therapist online.
- Very Affordable Fees
Our online therapy services come at affordable prices, usually at a lesser price than what you would have been expected to pay per session to your local psychotherapist. You also get to save transportation cost and the stress of driving through traffic to see a therapist.
- Diminished inhibition for Discussing Sensitive or Embarrassing Disorders
Some people are very shy or anxious in social situations. This fear or shyness can prevent them from going to see a therapist. On the other hand, if they can do it over the internet, they might be more willing to seek help and more expressive.
Also, some who are addicted to alcohol, drugs or sex might be more comfortable speaking about it with online therapists than when they have to face a local therapist.
- Increased Knowledge About Mental Health and Self Development
Most people only go to see a therapist when there is a serious mental disease; they are usually not as forthcoming when the disorder is as simple as anxiety. But with the rising popularity of online therapy, we have seen people learning a lot more than they ever knew about themselves through the simple experience of speaking to a therapist online.
After our sessions, in addition to healing their disorders, some of our patients reported suddenly having a clearer sense of direction for their lives.
When convincing the reluctant, it always help to remind them that the online therapist they will be speaking to may not even need to know there true identity, and that the chance they will ever run into the therapist at the post office is almost nonexistent.
- Flexibility Email counseling
With real time instant chat therapy sessions, there is usually a commitment to meet with your therapist online at certain periods. However, if you want increased flexibility, our email counseling does not require you to respond when you are too busy. You just respond when you can and our therapist would be on the other end to carry on the conversation.
- Join Couples in Different Locations Together for Family Therapy
If you need marriage counseling and your spouse is hardly around, online therapy is your best bet. Both of you can easily connect with a therapist online to discuss whatever issues that might exist. This way you get to solve your problems as soon as they arise without having to wait until you both have enough time to physically attend a therapy session.
- Targeted Group Therapy Sessions for Less common disorders
For common disorders like anxiety, it might be easy for your local psychotherapist to organize group therapy. However, when we talk about other less common mental diseases, like specific addictions, it might not be as easy to form a group. This is where online therapy help comes in handy; when you are not restricted to a local community, it becomes easy to organize group therapy for any mental health challenge.
- Ability To Review Your Sessions Through Transcript
The fact that you can always review your online therapy sessions is another big plus. It is a way to remind yourself of what you should be doing if you ever see yourself relapsing into the same addiction or disorder.
To sign up for our online therapy service, contact me right now via email and I will give you all the information you need.
Online Therapy – A Very Good Choice for You
Online Therapy has become a very popular choice for many people. Convenience has to be one of the main reasons why people seek therapy online. Many professional people do not have the time to leave work to drive to a therapist’s office. Mothers with young children find it inconvenient to leave home and would rather not have to hire child care. The elderly or those with a disability find it difficult to leave home. Whatever the reason, convenience is an important factor for successful therapy.
There are also many people who would like the help of a therapist, but find the whole experience of going to a therapist’s office to be far too intimidating. If you are suffering from social anxiety, shyness or general anxiety and tend to become easily overwhelmed, then being able to get the help you need from an Online Therapist is a very attractive option.
If you are suffering from agoraphobia, the online option may be the best choice available for you because the challenge of leaving the security of your home is just too great. Working with therapist online can give you the help you need to overcome your anxiety.
Yet another reason why people turn to the internet for psychological help is that people want more choice in finding the right therapist to work with. What is available locally may not meet your needs, or you may prefer not to work with someone in your local community. Many of the clients who come to me for online therapy live in rural locations in the US, and some live or abroad and do not have access to a local therapist.
But, one of the favorite reasons why people come to me for therapy, is that many people are searching for a better alternative to traditional talking therapy. In fact, most of my clients have already tried this route and feel that the traditional approach simply does not help them change the underlying problem. Talking about our problems is important, but it is not always enough to resolve the underlying anxiety, panic attacks, depression or other emotional suffering.
I have developed a system called Mindfulness Therapy, a system that I devised in the 1980s that is really effective for anxiety and other forms of emotional stress. This system of therapy is designed to teach you how to change the underlying emotions that create stress, anxiety and depression. Skype Therapy sessions are a combination of teaching and practical work – all designed to give you the skills you need to change your habitual patterns of emotional reactivity – all designed to stop you from being a victim of your painful emotions, so that you can heal and move on. Mindfulness Therapy contains elements of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) but it focuses more on changing and healing the underlying emotions that fuel reactive thinking.
How Does Online Therapy Work?
When you schedule a session you will be able to talk to a professional therapist via Skype and have a face-to-face session just as if you were in the therapist’s office, but with the added advantage that you never have to leave home. All you need is Skype and a webcam to enable video calls.
The sessions that I offer are a combination of teaching and practical experiential exercises designed to help you work in a more positive way with your emotions, in a way that promotes change and healing. Sessions are typically 90min in length, which is much longer than traditional talking therapy sessions, and this allows us sufficient time for both teaching and practical work. Typically, you will want to schedule one session per week, which will give you enough time to practice what you learn in each session before the following session. In this way, each online session builds on the previous session and after 4-6 sessions you will have developed very effective skills for healing your anxiety or managing your stress.
Watch this short introductory video about Online Therapy:
Watch this and other videos about Online Therapy with an Online Therapist on my YouTube channel.
Welcome! My name is Doctor Peter Strong and I am a psychotherapist and I provide Online Psychotherapy via Skype. This is becoming a very popular option these days and more and more people are turning to Online Counseling as a way of working with anxiety, depression and stress. Of course, it is not always suitable for people who have an underlying medical condition – they should always consult their MD. But, for many of the general emotional difficulties that we experience, as part of life, as part of the difficulties and stresses of living, Online Counseling can provide a very good service.
The ways that Online Counseling has been used in the past includes things like phone counseling, which has been around for many, many years, email counseling more recently, and now we can have face-to-face counseling through Skype. This is a very popular service, and I am finding that more and more of my clients are choosing this service because of its convenience.
Very easy to get started. All you need to do is download Skype, of course Skype is a free service at present, and you need also, PayPal to make secure online payments for Skype Therapy sessions.
So, if you are struggling with anxiety and don’t want to add to the struggle by trying to find a local therapist, or perhaps there isn’t a local therapist that you want to work with, the try Online Counseling. It’s definitely worth trying.
When you are selecting an Online Counselor, make sure you feel comfortable with them, that they answer your questions, and generally try to avoid those that ask for upfront payments. You want to experience a session first and then if you like it, then have the option to pay.
When we are working with anxiety, the system that I teach is called Mindfulness Therapy, which works extremely well. This is a form, a modern form, of Cognitive Therapy. And, what I like to focus on is changing the underlying patterns of negative thinking and beliefs and emotional reactions that continue our patterns of anxiety, depression and stress.
If you would like to talk to me further, please visit my website and contact me and then we can begin a discussion to see if Online Counseling is good for you. Thank you!
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Online Therapy Help for Anxiety and Depression
Online Counseling or Therapy refers to an internet-based service that allows you, the client, to seek professional help for managing common emotional problems such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression and stress. This is not a totally new concept and in fact Freud, the founder of psychotherapy, would frequently use correspondence through letter writing to help his clients.
Email correspondence has taken the place of letter writing and now online chat is very popular, allowing you to get immediate advice or assistance from a therapist or counselor.
Today, we have videoconferencing technologies such as Skype that allow client and therapist to see each other. This provides a huge advance over the written-only forms of psychotherapy, because the visual ques add a tremendous amount to the quality of the communication. Indeed, Skype Therapy is rapidly becoming the dominant form of Online Therapy, and for a growing number of people Online Therapy is the first choice over office visits. Many people feel much more comfortable talking online through Skype than in person. It is less far intimidating, and this can be very important if you suffer from anxiety and panic attacks or have problems with self-esteem and self-confidence.
How to Find an Online Therapist
Simply do a Google search for ‘Online Therapy’, ‘Online Therapist’ or ‘Internet Therapy’ and you will discover pages of services to browse and select from. Many of these sites provide a good service, but make sure that you can read about the therapist that you will be working with. You want to get a feel that the therapist you are considering is suitable for your needs; that he/she is compassionate and has an approach that is in agreement with your personal beliefs and life experience.
Training is one factor to consider, but not necessarily a reliable guarantee that the therapist will be effective. This applies just as much to in-person therapy as it does to online therapy. Many people turn to me after spending years in traditional talking therapy; and most of my clients want a different approach and recognize that “talking” about emotions is just not enough.
Remember also, that not all schools of psychotherapy are the same, so you want to be sure to select an approach that is going to work for you.
I provide Mindfulness Therapy, as an example, which I find works remarkably well online. Generally the Cognitive approaches such as CBT and Mindfulness-based CBT work well because there is a strong emphasis on teaching you practical skills and tools for managing your anxiety or other emotional problems.
Generally, Online Therapy is more cost-effective than office visits, which is another factor to consider. I also prefer that you do not have to pay before a session, but after completion of a session. That way you are more protected.
Online Therapy is an exciting new development and definitely worth considering seriously. It gives you flexibility and many more choices for finding exactly the right person to help you overcome your emotional problems and find greater happiness in your personal life and in your relationships.
Talk with a psychotherapist over Skype
It is now quite common for people to seek online therapy for help with anxiety or depression or other emotional problems – It is both more convenient and more comfortable for you, and this is an important factor for a successful therapy experience. People like the greater privacy and anonymity of online counseling and feel much more at ease. Like most people, you probably find it difficult to express your feelings, and like most people you probably find that most of your family members or friends have a hard time understanding why you are feeling the way you do. The first function of finding a counselor or psychotherapist to work with is to find someone who will listen and understand the process you are going through. This is certainly an important part of the function of the online therapy sessions that I provide. But talking alone is not enough. We need to work on transforming the underlying cause, the process that creates your anxiety, depression, addiction or other emotional problems. This is very much a core approach in Mindfulness Therapy.
Learn about the benefits of online therapy
Online Therapy for Overcoming Anxiety and for Managing Depression
During Skype therapy sessions we will work on transforming the underlying cause of your emotional suffering using mindfulness-based psychology and methods. The two primary areas we will work on are:
1) changing your relationship to your emotions and reactive thoughts so that you can retain balance and break the habit of becoming identified with your thoughts. Most people simply become overwhelmed by their thoughts and emotions which cause them to proliferate creating more suffering, more anxiety and more depression. Mindfulness Therapy teaches you how to change this habit so that you effectively stop fueling the fire. In fact, we often call this phase of Mindfulness Therapy, “learning to sit by the fire (your emotions) without being burnt.”
2) investigating the structure of your emotions. Emotions have a structure based on internal psychological imagery – the way you see your thoughts and emotions in the mind. This is immensely important to uncover and central to successful change and healing. Basically, the more you see of this emotional imagery the more things will change for the better. You can actually consciously change your emotional imagery and help it resolve into a new structure. When the imagery changes so does the emotion.
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional psychotherapist. I live in Boulder, Colorado, and I offer Online Therapy via Skype. This is a very convenient way of getting help for overcoming anxiety, or depression or any other emotional problems that you may be experiencing.
Now, how to overcome anxiety? This is a challenge for many people. The number of people suffering from anxiety is very large indeed, so you are not alone if you are experiencing anxiety and if you are seeking help to overcome your anxiety. You can learn a great deal about how to work with anxiety and how to overcome anxiety and panic attacks by visiting my website – the link is below.
The thing that I would like to explain to you today is how we can use mindfulness, Mindfulness Therapy, for overcoming anxiety. Mindfulness Therapy is my specialty, and is what I write about in my book, ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’, and it is a very, very effective way of working with anxiety disorders of all kinds.
The major issue that people experience when they are suffering from anxiety is this habitual tendency to become identified with thoughts and emotions. Thoughts and emotions arise due to conditions, it’s just part of our conditioning, and anxiety thoughts and anxiety emotions are no different. We learn these particular patterns of responding, reacting, to situations whether externally or to stimuli coming internally in the form of thoughts and memories.
Now, just because a thought or memory arise in the mind does not mean that we have to become anxious. that is the result of this process of identification, where we literally become the thought or emotion or memory that arises. Now, a large part of Mindfulness Therapy is learning how to break this habit of becoming, this habit of reactive identification with thoughts and emotions. Because, if you can stop the process of becoming identified with the contents of your mind, then you stop feeding the anxiety reactivity itself. And, if you don’t feed the anxiety, it will begin to change, also by itself. The main problem is reactivity, and mindfulness is perhaps the most skillful therapeutic method there is for learning how to break this cycle of reactivity, by developing awareness and by developing compassion. Compassion, of course, is the greatest healing force for mental suffering.
So, if you would like to learn more about Mindfulness Therapy, which I offer Online via Skype, please visit my website and CONTACT ME! Thank you!
Online help for anxiety and depression – Online Mindfulness Therapy
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I’m a professional mindfulness-based psychotherapist and I offer online therapy via Skype for help with anxiety and depression. If you would like online help for anxiety or depression then please go to my website and learn more about the online therapy service that I offer via Skype.
This service is available worldwide. I’m based in America and most of my clients live in the USA, but I also see clients in Canada and as far away as Western Europe and Australia. If you’re interested in learning how to work with anxiety and depression using mindfulness then please contact me.
Mindfulness is extremely effective for treating anxiety and depression and mindfulness therapy is a process of teach you how to do this, how to Use mindfulness effectively.
We actually learn how to meditate on our anxiety and depression. Learning to meditate on our emotions is a central feature in mindfulness therapy. Generally, we tend to do the opposite. We spend all our time trying to avoid anxiety or depression, even using meditation as a distraction from our emotional pain, trying to get away from the mind in every way we can, and most of us generate internal aversion towards our emotional pain. We don’t like anxiety, we don’t like our depression, we don’t like our loss of control, we don’t like these compulsive drives that seem to ruin our life. So, really, from a mindfulness perspective, avoidance and aversion are your main enemies and they are the main forms of reactivity that actually feed anxiety and depression and prevent it from healing. So this is why we learn to meditate on our anxiety or depression.
We actually learn to develop a friendly and conscious relationship with our emotions because this is essential for their healing. You cannot overcome anxiety if you try to avoid it, or if you try to avoid situations that might trigger anxiety. That is not recommended. In fact, I will teach you the opposite – you need to face your anxiety. You need to go to those very situations that cause anxiety or trigger anxiety and you need to practice with those situations using mindfulness until you have overcome the anxiety habits, because it is habit that causes our anxiety or our depression and these habits thrive on not being seen, on ignorance, unawareness.
So that’s what we overcome by meditating on our emotions. We actually bring conscious awareness to them and non reactivity to see our emotions very clearly. This is the first part of mindfulness training.
THe second part of mindfulness training is actually interacting with your emotions and helping them change. This is the response of compassion, which is an essential feature of mindfulness.
If you would like to learn more about how to get help for your anxiety or depression online using mindfulness then simply go to my website and learn more about the mindfulness approach to healing anxiety and depression, and then contact me to schedule a therapy session. I have many spaces available and we simply email each other to find the time that works, taking into account your timezone, etc. So if you’d like to learn more about how to use mindfulness to overcome anxiety and depression do please send me an email. Thank you.
Get Effective Help through Online Therapy
Email me to learn more and to schedule a Skype Therapy Session for effective help in overcoming anxiety, depression, addictions and other emotional problems. The Mindfulness Therapy approach is very effective and most of my clients see significant changes within 4-6 sessions.
Is Seeing a Therapist Online as Effective as Traditional Therapy?
Although Online Therapy (Internet Therapy) is relatively new, there are a number of research studies looking into the effectiveness of the online approach relative to traditional in-person therapy sessions. Most of these studies have been quite positive showing that online counseling is equally effective to in-person psychotherapy. In fact, the results are so promising that many Mental Health Authorities are now recommending and promoting online therapy. Online Therapy is likely to become the first choice for many people in the future.
In one much cited study published in the Lancet, a British medical journal, research psychologists found that online psychotherapy “more than doubled the chance of recovery.”
The researchers noted that “Clients feel less intimidated, less embarrassed and uninhibited while taking online therapy.”
The author concluded, ” the NHS, the UK’s publicly funded health service, should endorse an online approach to therapy as an extremely beneficial alternative for the treatment of depression.” Providing access to Online Therapists is also being developed in Australia and other countries with a large rural population who do not have easy access to local therapists.
CNN ran an article on Online Therapy in 2009 that you might enjoy reading:
If you simply Google search for ‘The Effectiveness of Online Therapy’ you will see for yourself just how effective and popular this new development in psychotherapy is becoming and why so many people are choosing Online Therapy as their first choice.
More references on the effectiveness of online therapy:
What is Online Mindfulness Therapy?
My focus is to teach you how to overcome your habitual negative patterns of thinking and emotional reactions by developing mindful awareness. If you want to heal your anxiety or depression you MUST learn how to relate to the underlying emotions without becoming reactive towards them, which is our usual response. Reactivity simply keeps everything locked in place and actually prevents transformation and healing.
We learn how to hold our pain, our anxiety, our anger or any other emotion in our awareness without reacting and without becoming overwhelmed by them. This is called the Mindfulness-Based Relationship, and this is central to all successful psychotherapy. In effect, you will be learning how to be with your anxiety or depression or other painful emotion WITHOUT becoming overwhelmed by the emotion and without feeding the emotion through increased emotional, cognitive or behavioral reactivity.
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong. I am a Mindfulness-based therapist. I live in Boulder, Colorado and I offer Online Mindfulness Therapy. If you are suffering from anxiety, or depression, or stress, Online Mindfulness Therapy can be a very good solution to help you in overcoming anxiety, depression or stress. Something that you can do in the comfort of your own home, and all you need is a computer with a webcam. So, are you suffering from anxiety or depression or are you struggling with stress in your relationships? Then you might want to consider Online Mindfulness Therapy.
So, what is Mindfulness Therapy and how does it work? Well, mindfulness can be described as a form of awareness. In my book, The Path of Mindfulness Meditation, I describe mindfulness as engaged-presence. This means it’s a way of establishing a relationship with your reactive emotions that is characterizes by openness, acceptance, friendliness and compassion. Because, emotions, the core emotions that are hurting within you, they need your attention, they need your caring, in the same way that you would care for a friend who is in pain. You know that the most important thing is to be able to sit with your friend with quietness and listening and tuning-in, very carefully, to your friend’s need to communicate and express himself. And, so it is with our inner emotions.
Most of the time, we do not engage with our emotions with presence. What we usually do is we react against the emotions, we avoid them, we try to get rid of them. We do everything, except sit with the emotions and be present, and this is absolutely essential for healing to take place. It creates an inner therapeutic space in which healing can occur. So, this is a central focus in Mindfulness Therapy.
The other part of Mindfulness Therapy is simply learning to recognize our reactive patterns, the patterns that keep us caught in repeating harmful cycles of emotional reactivity and negative thinking, over and over again, like a broken record player.
So, mindfulness attempts to change our inner patterns of reactive emotions and thinking. It’s a very direct approach because it works with the process that creates our emotional suffering and our anxiety. Often people notice dramatic changes in as little as 3 to 4 sessions.
So, do you want to change your reactive emotions? Do you want to feel better about yourself? Do you want to feel more able to connect with other people, less conflict? Do you want to overcome your patterns of anxiety? If so, please simply send me an email. This is a free email consultation – your chance to tell me about your problem and how you would like to change. Then I will explain to you how to go about doing Online Mindfulness Therapy. I can answer your questions and we can schedule a session. It’s very easy to get started, so please send me an email for your free consultation. Thank you.
What is the difference between Online Therapy and Online Counseling?
There is not much difference in practice, except that an Online Counselor will tend to focus more on the teaching side of psychotherapy, whereas an Online Therapist focuses more on the transformation process itself. Online counseling is also what most people understand as “talk therapy” in which you gain relief (catharsis) through the process of verbally expressing your feelings. This form of “venting” will certainly bring temporary relief, but it needs to be understood that talking about your emotions will not necessarily transform the underlying psychological process that creates the anxiety, depression, stress or other emotion. That is where psychotherapy comes in.
An Online Therapist helps you release the inner emotional tension that has become stuck, whereas an Online Counselor will try to help you look at your problems in a different way, from a different and more positive perspective. Both approaches are required, because transformation depends on the depth of understanding you have about your inner beliefs and patterns of negative habitual thinking as well as how to create the right inner conditions that allow painful emotions to heal.
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Learn more about Online Talk Therapy via Skype for Anxiety & Depression
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional psychotherapist. I provide online therapy via Skype for the treatment of anxiety, and for the treatment of depression, and also for help with recovery from addictions, including alcohol addiction.
Now, why online therapy? Well, one of the primary reasons why people choose online therapy is because of it’s convenience. It means that you can get the help you need for your anxiety or depression or help with addictions without having to commute to a therapist’s office; without having to leave home, in fact. And, for people suffering from social anxiety disorder or agoraphobia the possibility of having sessions from home is very attractive, indeed.
Many people like online therapy because it’s also much less clinical and less intimidating than the traditional medical approach. During the online therapy sessions that I offer, I will basically help you learn practical methods based on Mindfulness Therapy, which is my specialty; practical methods that help you better manage your emotions. Mindfulness Therapy is an evidence-based therapy that is very effective, indeed, for anxiety, depression and stress, and it is a very good choice if you are wanting to learn practical methods for reducing your level of emotional suffering.
If you would like to learn more about online therapy and working with an online therapist, please send me an email. You are welcome to ask any questions you have about online therapy, and when you feel comfortable, you can schedule a session of online therapy via Skype. All you need, besides Skype, is PayPal for making your payments after the completion of each session, and you need a good internet connection, and of course, a computer. So, if you are interested in learning more about online therapy and you would like to learn practical ways of working with your anxiety, depression or addictions, please contact me now. Thank you!
Talk Therapy Can Help You with Your Anxiety or Depression
“Talk Therapy” is a general name given to psychotherapy, seen as an alternative, and often a preferred choice, to treatments involving antidepressants or anti-anxiety medications prescribed by an MD. Often the two approaches are recommended together in what is called “combined therapy.” The medications reduce symptoms and psychotherapy helps you change the underlying cause of your emotional problems.
There are many schools of psychotherapy, ranging from psychoanalysis to body-centered therapies. There is no single school of “talking therapy” and you should make the effort to find an approach that fits your personal needs and beliefs. There are two objectives that you should look for when you select a “talking therapist.” The first function of good talking therapy is to give you the opportunity to express your emotions. It is often hard to find a friend or partner who can really listen to you. Most people are not very comfortable with “raw” emotions and are not able to provide an open space in which you can express yourself. A good therapist can provide a safe space in which you can express your emotions without fear of criticism, judgement or unhelpful advice.
The second function of a good therapist (online or in the office) is to help you change the way that you relate to your emotional pain from the usual response of reactivity and aversion to one of genuine care and listening within. This is a very important principle that is essential for healing your anxiety or depression, anger or grief. You have to learn how to listen internally to your emotions if you want them to change and heal.
The Best Online Talk Therapy Available
Today, CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a popular choice and the newer Mindfulness-based forms of Cognitive Therapy, including the Mindfulness Therapy that I offer, are becoming increasingly popular. These therapies tend to require far fewer sessions than the older analytical therapies and are more empowering for individuals because they give you the tools for actively managing your emotions.
Seeking help from a therapist does not carry the social stigma that it once did. Today, most people are open to the idea of seeking help to improve the quality of our emotional and spiritual life and to improve communication skills and conflict resolution in our personal relationships. Everyone recognizes the importance of effective stress management and anger management. Now you can receive the help you need online. Here is a brief check list of emotional problems for which you might consider Online Talking Therapy:
- Chronic anxiety and worrying
- Periods of depression and fatigue
- Poor self-image and low self-esteem
- Performance anxiety
- Low self-confidence
- Panic attacks and phobias
- Feeling overwhelmed and over-stressed
- Prolonged grief and sense of loss
- Emotional difficulties arising from childhood abuse – emotional or physical
- Anger problems
- Problem with addictions to alcohol
- Addictions and Compulsions – work, shopping, etc.
- Relationship problems
The list is endless, because life is difficult and we are not taught how to work with stress and painful emotions. You are not sick because you are struggling with the emotional stresses of life, you are simply human. Of course, there are clinical disorders for which you should seek medical help, and if you are at risk of self-harm or causing harm to others then you should seek local help from a doctor or other authority first.
However, most people simply want some practical help with managing their anxiety or depression or other emotional problems, and for this, more and more people are turning to the internet for Online Counseling. This is a chance for you to talk with a professional about your emotional suffering and get quality help in learning how to heal your emotional suffering and become a happier person. It is most definitely possible to find greater happiness. It just takes a little work and some practical guidance.
I have developed Mindfulness Therapy for the internet and offer personal, individual sessions via Skype, which allows us to talk as if we are in the same room. This service is proving to be very popular, so if you are interested please contact me today to check on availability.
Therapy Online – An excellent choice if you want to take charge of your emotional well-being
This is an excellent choice if you prefer more privacy and anonymity offered by the online format when talking about difficult emotions or for seeking help with an addiction.
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I provide therapy online over Skype. Many people like the convenience of online psychotherapy because it means that you can manage your own therapy process from home without having to leave home and go to a therapist’s office. This is much more conducive to making progress, in my opinion, because you feel more in control. It’s less intimidating and it’s just much more empowering for you to be able to have your therapy sessions at home.
If you are interested in learning more about therapy online through Skype, do please contact me through my website.
So, the style of therapy that I offer, which works extremely well online, is called Mindfulness Therapy. The whole focus of Mindfulness Therapy is to teach you very effective, practical ways of managing your anxiety or depression.
This means looking at the underlying structure of your emotions. What do I mean by the structure of emotions? Well, every emotion is associated with some form of underlying imagery. An emotion is created by the way that we see the emotion or thought in the mind.
If, for example that imagery is very large then that will produce very intense feelings. If the imagery is positioned above us in our inner psychological space then we will feel overwhelmed. That’s why we use terms like feeling overwhelmed or feeling that your emotions are getting on top of you, feeling weighed down by your anxiety or depression, etc. These are visual phrases referring to a visual psychological process.
So, this is a very important area that we explore during Mindfulness Therapy sessions. We want to see this imagery, because when you can find out more about the structure of that imagery then you have choices, then you can begin to change that imagery in a direction that leads to change in the emotion.
When you change the imagery you change the emotion.
Then you can literally feel that you are getting on top of the situation, you are getting on top of your emotions, because we see our self on top of the emotion. That is exactly what is happening psychologically. Now we can take charge of that process by bringing mindful concentration and conscious awareness to examine the structure of our emotions.
So, this is one part of the mindfulness-based online therapy that I offer.
Another part of the mindfulness therapy process is learning how to change your relationship to your emotions, entirely, so that you are not compelled to identify with those emotions and become a prisoner of the emotions that get triggered. It is learning to break free from those emotional habits and this is made possible more consciousness of those habits. the more you illuminate emotional habits, the less power they have, the more the imagery will change, and the more you will feel the sense of choice, of freedom in relationship to those emotions.
So, those are two of the processes that we explore during mindfulness therapy, and each of these sessions can be very powerful, indeed, in helping you fundamentally change the inner landscape of your emotions.
If this interests you, do please CONTACT ME and let’s schedule a Skype therapy session.
Online therapy is becoming very popular these days and there are now many online therapy sites to choose from, but very few offer this quality of mindfulness therapy that I provide online.
So, if Mindfulness Therapy interests you, let’s schedule a session through Skype and see how it works for you. Thank you.
How to Schedule an Online Talk Therapy Session
It’s very easy to get started. Simply email me. Let me answer all your questions and when you are ready, you can schedule a Skype session of Online Therapy.
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Online Therapy via Skype
There is no need to suffer alone. Many people would benefit greatly from some form of psychotherapy but are afraid of the stigma associate with seeking help, feeling that they should be able to take care of things by themselves. However, the point of good therapy is not to label you as having something wrong with you but to help you learn better skills for managing emotional conflict, skills that you were not taught at school or by your family or community. Human psychology is complex and we ALL can benefit from a little help. I provide online therapy to make it easier for you to get help with you anxiety, depression, addiction or other emotional pain that isn’t healing by itself.
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LEARN MORE ABOUT ONLINE THERAPY WITH AN ONLINE THERAPIST VIA SKYPE
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional registered psychotherapist. I offer online therapy, try to help people work with anxiety, depression, stress, and other difficult emotions. Online Therapy via Skype, allows you to have a one-on-one session with me, where we can talk and see each other at the same time. This is a very convenient way for people who can’t see a local therapist or who would prefer to see someone
different than their local therapists. It’s also very convenient for people who are traveling or living abroad. In fact, many of my clients are expats living abroad.
The online option is a great one to consider if it’s difficult for you to travel away from home to a therapist’s office, for example, if you are living abroad and can’t find a local therapist, or if you don’t like the local choices available in your area.
The style of therapy that I offer is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is a very exciting, very unique, alternative approach to the more traditional talk therapies that you’re probably familiar with. The whole focus of Mindfulness Therapy is to help you establish the right kind of relationship with your emotions so that you don’t become overwhelmed by them. Once you establish a Mindfulness relationship with your emotions, then it’s possible to start to look at the structure of those emotions and find out how they work. This often involves imagery.
For example, when a person feels overwhelmed by an emotion, right there, we have a clue in that language as to how they see that emotion internally. If they say, “I feel overwhelmed. It’s getting on top of me,” chances are they literally see that emotion inside as being above them, at a higher position to them. They see themselves as a small person with this looming emotion above them. Seeing this kind of structure really is very, very helpful because when you see it, then you can begin to change it. Once you change the structure of the emotion, the emotion itself changes.
This is one of the many of the unique principles behind Mindfulness Therapy. If you’re interested in exploring this further, please send me an email. Visit my website and send me your questions and describe the issues that you are working with, and we can begin an email correspondence to see if this is right for you, then go ahead and schedule a Skype session. Remember, my policy is that if you schedule a Skype session and you find, “No, this isn’t right for me,” there’s no charge. You only pay after a session and if you want to continue with online therapy with me. There’s nothing to lose for you.
Please, send me that email, and let’s discuss if online therapy is right for you. Thank you.
Therapy Over Skype for the Treatment of Anxiety and Depression
Therapy over Skype is particularly convenient if you suffer from anxiety. You might find it too difficult to leave the security of your home, or you may simply prefer the greater privacy provides by online therapy sessions.
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I provide online therapy over Skype. Now this is a very convenient service for people who prefer staying at home to have their online therapy sessions.
If you are suffering from anxiety or agoraphobia, or if you have a fear of driving, then the possibility of having online therapy over Skype becomes very attractive, indeed. And, since Skype allows you to see each other as well as talk to each other in real-time, there is really no difference in the effectiveness of online therapy compared to traditional in-the-office therapy.
Whatever style of therapy you are interested in, first do some research and determine that the style of psychotherapy is right for you. For example, if you are working with anxiety, and most of my clients do come to me for help with anxiety, then I would thoroughly recommend either CBT or Mindfulness Therapy, which is what I specialize in.
These approaches are rather different than conventional talk therapy and they help you actually change the underlying process, that habitual process that creates your anxiety, and this is something that conventional talk therapy or counseling is really not equipped to do. But, cognitive therapy or mindfulness therapy is extremely effective for helping you change those underlying patterns that create your anxiety.
If you are interested in learning more about therapy over Skype and Mindfulness Therapy, do please go to my website and read more of the articles there and watch more of the videos on the website and on my YouTube channel and contact me. I will be happy to answer your questions and to schedule a Skype therapy session.
People really enjoy this approach, it’s much less intimidating than going to a therapist’s office. It’s much more convenient, and the very strategic and practical methods of mindfulness therapy are very effective through Skype. So, please CONTACT ME and let’s schedule a trial Skype therapy session. Thank You.
Here is an article published in the Huffington Post on the need for online therapy.
UK’s Suicide Tragedy Highlights Need for Online Therapy
The central finding in this article is that men are uncomfortable with the concept of seeking conventional in-person psychotherapy because of the stigma associated with mental health. The online option may help men overcome this and get the help they need for their depression.
Is Online Therapy Right For You?
Consider These Factors Before Deciding If Online Therapy Is the Right Choice
Here is one article in About.com which provides some useful advice on choosing online therapy over conventional in-person psychotherapy.
Online therapy is a good option for some people, but you need to first assess your needs, goals, resources and skills before deciding which treatment option is best for you.
Online Therapy Might Be Right For You If…
- You live in rural or remote area with limited access to mental health facilities.
- Your schedule is too busy to allow for traditional therapy sessions.
- You feel uncomfortable with traditional therapy options. Online therapy can be a useful mental health tool for people who feel inhibited when meeting someone face-to-face and may appreciate the anonymity that online therapy provides.
- You are comfortable with computer technology and can perform basic tasks such as e-mail and instant messaging.
- You feel comfortable sharing personal information online.
Online Therapy Might Not Be Right For You If…
- You have been diagnosed with a serious mental disorder, such as schizophrenia, major depression or anorexia.
- You are currently experiencing a crisis or are suicidal. If you are in a crisis, you should immediately contact a nearby emergency room or mental health professional.
- You are uncomfortable using computer technology or do not wish to share information in online communications.
- You are unable to share your thoughts and feelings with an online therapist. Some people feel more comfortable being open and honest with someone they know and can speak to face-to-face.
How do I start Online Therapy?
It is very easy to get started. Simply email me. Let me answer all your questions and when you are ready, you can schedule a Skype session of Online Therapy. Most people find the Mindfulness Therapy approach that I offer online to be very informative and helpful. In these sessions you will learn very practical ways to deal with difficult emotions, and because the approach is so focused, you will usually notice significant improvements after 3-4 sessions.
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