Online Treatment Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder via Skype
It is now possible to get online treatment for all forms of anxiety online through personal Skype Therapy sessions with an online therapist. I developed this service a few years ago because many of my clients with anxiety found it difficult to leave home or had children to take care of. Later it became clear that the therapy sessions were often more effective because clients felt more comfortable at home than in a therapist’s office.
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Well over 6 million people in the US suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). This can be describes as a chronic condition of excessive worrying and obsessive thinking on a general range of issues. We tend to see the negative in everything, preoccupied with what might go wrong, fearful of losing what we have acquired and find ourselves obsessed with “WHAT IF…?” thinking and rumination. In Mindfulness Psychology we call this Habitual Reactive Thinking, which is seen not so much as the cause of anxiety, but the fuel that sustains and amplifies an underlying tendency to anxiety. In Mindfulness Therapy, we attempt to neutralize Habitual Reactive Thinking through developing awareness and compassion, but even more importantly, we also work with the underlying Core Emotions that predispose us to reactive anxiety-producing thought.
Mindfulness Therapy is really effective for GAD and most of my clients see major changes after as few as 3-6 sessions. Please contact me if you would like to learn more about Online Therapy for GAD.
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Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional Online Therapist. I provide online therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder and other anxiety conditions, and this Online Therapy is available via Skype. If you are interested in online therapy for your generalized anxiety disorder or any other emotional problem that you may be facing, please visit my website, the link is below, CounselingTherapyOnline.com and I will be happy to answer your questions and to schedule a Skype Therapy session with you.
Now Generalized Anxiety Disorder, or GAD, is very common. If you are suffering from GAD you are certainly not alone, there are well over six million documented cases of people with Generalized Anxiety Disorder in America, alone.
For many people, medications is the route that they choose and this can provide temporary relief. But many people would also prefer something other than medications for treating their anxiety. The form of Online Therapy that I provide for anxiety is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is a more advanced form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, in which we work on changing the underlying anxiety emotions themselves.
As you know, anxiety, in generally, is produced by reactive thinking, negative thinking that repeats over and over again; what we would commonly call excessive worrying. generalized anxiety is characterized by excessive worrying that just will not go away, and is commonly a source of insomnia as well; and may also lead to substance abuse and other forms of, basically, avoidance behaviors to try and get away from these intrusive thoughts.
So, Mindfulness Therapy is one of the best available methods, that I know of, for helping you manage intrusive, habitual and reactive thinking. So, please visit my website and contact me and I will be happy to schedule a session with you via Skype. All we need is Skype and PayPal, to make secure online payments after each session. Please visit my website and contact me. Thank you!
Online Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I provide online therapy for generalized anxiety disorder as well as other anxiety disorders.
And this online therapy service is available via Skype worldwide. All you need is a good internet connection and PayPal to make secure online payments for your sessions and you can schedule online therapy for your anxiety with me.
The approach that I use is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is very, very effective indeed for working with anxiety and particularly working with the incessant worrying and catastrophizing and repetitive thoughts that constitutes generalized anxiety disorder.
So the real problem here is that we tend to become lost in these thoughts, we become identified with the anxiety and that causes us to become controlled by these thoughts, and they tend to proliferate and feed that underlying anxiety.
Now Mindfulness Therapy, the training that I will give you during our online therapy sessions, will teach you how to change your relationship to your thoughts so that you can regain control.
This is the most important thing to understand: it is not the thoughts themselves that cause anxiety, it’s your relationship to those thoughts. And when we have an anxiety disorder like generalized anxiety disorder we tend to become blindly identified with these thoughts.
But with mindfulness training you will learn to re-establish yourself as the Observer of these thoughts instead of becoming swept away by them.
When you can establish an objective relationship with thoughts then you basically stop that process that feeds the anxiety and feeds the proliferation of more worry thoughts or intrusive thoughts.
So we do this by actually learning how to apply mindfulness meditation to meditate on our thoughts and the underlying anxiety that is fueling those thoughts.
We don’t try to stop the thoughts, we don’t try to make them go away, we don’t argue with them, and it doesn’t matter whether the thoughts are rational or irrational. It doesn’t matter what the thought is.
All that matters is to change the relationship that you have with those thoughts so that you can see the thoughts clearly but not be affected by them, not react to them or identify with them. It becomes rather like watching a movie. Even when watching a scary movie we normally remain as the Observer which prevents us from becoming one of the characters in the movie. That’s why it is possible to enjoy a scary movie. We can learn to watch the movie of our mind in the same way with mindfulness training.
And one of the best ways to do this is to learn to meditate on thoughts, to actually invite those worry thoughts or intrusive thoughts into the mind, but with the express purpose of learning how to develop this mindfulness-based relationship with those thoughts.
So thoughts by themselves are not the problem. It’s our relationship to them that is the problem. When you have an objective relationship then the thoughts become really no different than any other objects that arise and pass away in our field of consciousness.
But when you become identified with the thoughts then that prevents them from resolving themselves and they tend to persist and proliferate because of that reactive blind identification with them.
With using mindfulness and practicing the methods that I will teach, you can expect to see significant reduction in the intensity of your anxiety episodes within usually three to four weeks.
I meet with you once a week and we learn how to apply mindfulness to work with intrusive thoughts during the session and we refine that process in each subsequent session until you have the tools to actually apply yourself to neutralize the reactive thinking and prevent the anxiety from feeding, essentially.
There are some other techniques we teach as well that work extremely well for all kinds of anxiety disorders, and I will teach you those as well during our online therapy sessions.
So, if you are looking to make real changes and you prefer not to rely on medications, which of course do nothing to change the underlying psychological habit that creates anxiety, do please contact me and we can schedule a therapy session at a time that works for the both of us. Thank you.
Online Mindfulness Therapy for Anxiety Disorder
This online therapy service is designed to teach you how to overcome anxiety, depression and addictions through Mindfulness Therapy, a very effective form of psychotherapy, especially for anxiety disorders, that helps you break free from the habitual patterns of negative thinking that keeps you stuck in anxiety, depression, addiction and other emotional states.
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Online Psychotherapy for Anxiety Disorder
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional psychotherapist, specializing in Mindfulness Therapy, which I offer online via Skype.
Mindfulness Therapy is a very effective way of working with anxiety, depression or addictions. Basically, it is a way of changing those habitual thought patterns that sustain your anxiety or depression, and defusing the emotion underneath the reactive thinking that fuels that thinking.
So, we work at two levels, if you like, the cognitive level, as we might do in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, and also at the emotional level. So Mindfulness Therapy is a way of, essentially, learning how to become less reactive, more free, more responsive and better able to deal with the triggers and challenges of your life.
So, basically, the way we do this is that we identify those reactive thoughts and the emotion underneath the thought and then we build a Mindfulness-Based Relationship with these thoughts; we actually learn to meditate on the thoughts and emotions themselves. Rather than trying to push them away or avoid them we actually invite them into our awareness and sit with them as if you were sitting with a friend or a child. You establish a relationship based on consciousness, conscious awareness, and the quality of friendliness.
So, Mindfulness Therapy brings this quality of conscious awareness and compassion, or friendliness, to an art, and this is what creates the right conditions for emotions to change, and what allows us to break free from those patterns of negative reactive thinking that are fueled by those emotions. We have to learn how to sit with our emotions, make friends with them and actually care for them.
Most of us are not used to this idea of actually caring for our painful emotions or caring for our negative thoughts. Our impulse is to try and get rid of them, but that will not work, as you know. If you try to get rid of negative thoughts, of negative beliefs, of negative feelings, they simply get stronger, and if you try to avoid them they simply chase after you.
What actually does make the change possible is when you stop fighting them and running away from them, but actually meditate on them. You choose to be very present in an open way with this combination of conscious awareness and friendliness that we call mindfulness. When you do that, then you stop feeding those reactive thoughts, beliefs or painful memories. When you stop feeding them through reactivity, then they begin to change, they begin to heal, they begin to transform themselves in that place of non-reactive awareness that we establish through the Mindfulness-Based Relationship that we have with them.
So, this is a very effective method, in deed, especially for working with anxiety and for overcoming depression, and it’s a very good way of neutralizing those compulsive impulses that we experience in addiction and other forms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or OCD.
So, if you would like to learn more about this approach, this Mindfulness Therapy approach to healing and transforming anxiety, depression, addictions and other emotional problems, please visit my website, CounselingTherapyOnline.com and email me and then we can schedule an online therapy session via Skype.
Most people see quite dramatic changes in very few sessions. Typically after 2-3 sessions you will notice very dramatic changes in the level of anxiety or depression and in the frequency of negative thinking.
So, if you are interested in learning more about this approach, please CONTACT ME and let’s schedule an online therapy session. Thank you!
How to Overcome General Anxiety Disorder
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional online therapist, and I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy for overcoming anxiety and depression and other emotional problems.
If you would like to learn how to overcome General Anxiety Disorder, please learn more by visiting my website and contact me, tell me about yourself and about the anxiety that you are struggling with and ask any questions that you have about the online therapy process for treating anxiety.
So, how to overcome General Anxiety Disorder?
Well, there are several approaches that we take during the online mindfulness therapy sessions, but the first most important thing that I teach you is to effectively change the way that you relate to your anxiety.
For most people suffering from anxiety there is a lot of fear of the anxiety. We react against the anxiety by creating a fear reaction and also an avoidance reaction. We try to avoid the anxiety and the anxiety-producing thoughts and situations at all costs. This is very counter-productive. You must not do that. You must not seek to avoid your anxiety.
What really makes the difference is when you actually change your relationship to your anxiety, when you actually embrace it with mindfulness.
Mindfulness is a combination of conscious awareness and a quality of acceptance and friendliness towards that anxiety. You have to make friends with it if you want it to change.
If you fight it, it simply gets stronger. You have to embrace your fears, your anxiety, your depression or any other form of emotional suffering if you really want them to change.
So, this is what I teach you during our Skype therapy sessions and it works extremely well. If you are suffering from general anxiety disorder you can expect to see significant changes after 3-4 sessions if you practice the mindfulness techniques that I will teach you.
So, if you are interested in learning more about Skype therapy for anxiety do please go to my website and learn more and then send me an email and we can schedule a Skype therapy session. Thank you!
How to overcome anxiety disorder without medication
My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional registered therapist based in Boulder, Colorado, USA. I offer online counseling via Skype. I will be most happy to answer your questions about therapy via Skype, and when you are ready, you can a Skype session with me. I typically see clients once-a-week for the first few weeks.
How to overcome anxiety disorder without using medications
My name is Peter Strong and I provide online therapy for anxiety and other emotional problems that don’t require medical treatments. So if you’d like to learn how to overcome anxiety disorder without medication then please go to my website and learn more about this online therapy service.
I employ mindfulness therapy as a way of working with the underlying psychological process that causes anxiety disorders. Essentially we have to change the underlying emotional habits, the blind reactive hobbits by which we become identified with the emotional reaction to triggers. Triggers could be events, it could be social interactions, it could be driving a car, it could be thoughts. Whatever the trigger, the effect is that it triggers this internal psychological reaction, and it’s a conditioned process, that is, it happens unconsciously without us being aware of of what’s happening.
So the first part of mindfulness therapy is about uncovering these unconscious habits by which we, if you like, fall into the trap of becoming reactive and suffering with anxiety or depression. So this is the most important thing, we have to uncover these habits and mindfulness provides a very, very effective way of doing this. Mindfulness is really a form of consciousness that we apply to the emotional habits that are causing problems for us.
We learn to, essentially, meditate on our anxiety and on the triggers that promote that anxiety. We focused conscious awareness on them, and then when we make them conscious then we can bring in the element of choice. We can begin to counter that habitual reaction to those triggers, and through time we we can desensitize ourselves, we can neutralize that habitual reaction, altogether, so that you can be in the anxiety producing situation without being overwhelmed by anxiety. So, this is what we explore during mindfulness therapy sessions and I will teach you practical mindfulness-based methods for working with your emotional reactions so that you can break free from them.
It’s quite effective, and most people see dramatic changes to three to four sessions of mindfulness therapy once they start to really become more conscious of these emotional habits.
If you’d to learn more about how to overcome anxiety disorder without using medication, then please do go to my website. Learn more about this service, and then simply reach out to me, e-mail me and tell me about yourself and I’ll be happy to explain to you how mindfulness therapy works, and we can schedule the trial therapy session using Skype. Skype therapy is a very effective tool for psychotherapy. So if you’re interested in learning more about how to overcome anxiety disorder without using medication, then please go to my website and e-mail me now. Thank you.
Online Help for Anxiety Disorders via Skype Therapy Sessions
Through online therapy sessions via Skype, you can get practical help with your anxiety disorder. I teach Mindfulness Therapy, which is extremely effective for the treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, trauma and other forms of emotional stress and suffering.
Anxiety Disorder Help Online via Skype
Welcome! My name is Peter Strong, and I am a professional online therapist. I provide online therapy via Skype for the treatment of anxiety disorders, for depression, and also for addiction counseling. If you would like help with anxiety disorders, please do contact me through my website.
Th style of therapy that I offer is called Mindfulness Therapy, which is particularly effective for the treatment of anxiety disorders by helping you change the underlying process that produces the anxiety itself. That process is mostly in the form of reactive thinking and it’s also in the form of imagery, the way we see the emotion in the mind. We actually create an internal picture that holds that emotional energy together to form the anxiety. Seeing this picture is very much a focus of Mindfulness Therapy, seeing how we actually create this inner image in the mind, because when we begin to explore and investigate the details of this internal imagery then we can begin to change it, and when you change the imagery you change the emotion itself.
So, Mindfulness Therapy works at these two levels. First of all, overcoming those patterns of reactive thinking that simply feed the anxiety, and then at the second level, changing this internal imagery that holds that anxiety together.
If you would like to learn more, please visit my website and contact me via email and then we can schedule an online therapy session to help you overcome your anxiety disorders. Thank you!
Anxiety affects all of us at some time during our life; it is an unavoidable part of being human. What we want to avoid, however, is becoming stuck in repeating patterns of reactive anxiety to the unavoidable stresses of life. This is when we might seek help for our anxiety.
Reactive Anxiety is quite different from the usual acute anxiety responses that come and go. Reactive anxiety tends to stay for longer periods – hours and sometimes days at a time – and is characterized by uncontrollable patterns of negative thinking and beliefs which seem to engulf us and leave us feeling helpless and depressed.
Mindfulness Therapy is a form of psychotherapy and life teaching that focuses on changing these underlying patterns of reactive thinking that causes anxiety. It is a very practical approach that teaches mindfulness-based skills for working with anxiety in a positive and gentle way that facilitates healing and transformation.
Help your anxiety heal through Mindfulness and Compassion
It is a fact, not often properly understood, and seldom practiced, that the best way to help heal your anxiety is to learn how to form a caring relationship with your emotions based on awareness and compassion (collectively called ‘mindfulness’). We know the effectiveness of this approach in our personal relationships with our partner or children, but how many of us extend this basic quality of friendliness toward our emotional pain?
Our habit is to suppress painful emotions, to avoid them through distraction or to simply become a victim of our emotions and indulge in them. Our problem is that we react to our anxiety, and this reactivity simply makes the pain worse. This is what the Buddha called dukkha, suffering – the suffering that we create in reaction to our inner emotional pain. This is analogous to throwing oil onto a fire – we inadvertently make the anxiety a whole lot worse through our blind habitual reactivity. We turn pain into suffering; this is the heart of the problem for all forms of anxiety.
During Mindfulness Therapy sessions, you will learn how to practice mindfulness and apply it to facilitate the natural healing of your anxiety. You will learn how to become a friend to your anxiety through working with your reactivity. When you can change the way you relate to your anxiety, from reactivity to the caring quality of genuine friendship, then you are creating the ideal inner conditions in which your anxiety can, and will, begin to heal itself. This principle is a true today as it was 2600 years ago when taught by the Buddha. What really brings about healing is your ability to “sit” with your inner emotions and be completely present with them.
Today, we can apply these ancient teachings in a natural and modern setting – Mindfulness Therapy – that is becoming accepted as one of the most important developments in our understanding of the mind and of the psychology of healing emotional trauma and suffering. I have seen people recover from years of agonizing anxiety, panic attacks and fear, through this simple yet profound practice.
If you are considering getting help for your anxiety, then Mindfulness Therapy is an excellent choice. Being focused on changing the underlying cause of anxiety – habitual reactive thinking – makes Mindfulness Therapy one of the most efficient and cost-effective forms of psychotherapy available. People who work with me usually see dramatic improvements after 3-6 sessions. But, more importantly, you will learn life-long mindfulness tools, including Mindfulness Meditation, that you can apply by yourself, to continue your path to recovery and greater happiness and well-being.
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Dr. Peter Strong is a Professional Psychotherapist, teacher and author of ‘The Path of Mindfulness Meditation’. He is a well-known authority on Mindfulness Therapy, which he offers online via Skype for the treatment of anxiety and depression.
If you would like to learn more about Mindfulness Therapy to get help for your Anxiety, then please email me and schedule a session.
Contact me if you would like to schedule a therapy session via Skype to help you manage your anxiety better through Mindfulness Therapy. This approach is very effective and you will see benefits after the first session. Most people see significant improvements after 3-6 sessions.
Mindfulness-based therapy for generalized anxiety disorder online
Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I’m a professional online mindfulness therapist and I provide online therapy for generalized anxiety disorder and other anxiety disorders through Skype.
So if you’d like to schedule a session with me to help you overcome your issues with generalized anxiety disorder please contact me and we can schedule a Skype Therapy session.
So, generalized anxiety disorder really describes a condition in which there is overwhelming habitual cognitive reactivity. It’s basically excessive worrying or what I like to call “What If?” thinking. It’s a runaway situation of thoughts that proliferate and magnify the underlying anxiety. So, it creates a kind of perfect storm in which the anxiety proliferates reactive thoughts and then those reactive thoughts reinforce the underlying anxiety.
So mindfulness therapy is one of the best approaches in my opinion, for overcoming these problems with habitual reactive thinking. You learn, in essence, how to change the way that you relate to those anxiety-producing thoughts so that they don’t simply overwhelm you, they don’t initiate progressive anxiety which then creates more thoughts that exacerbates the underlying anxiety in this storm.
It’s quite easy to change generalized anxiety disorder if you take a very systematic approach to working with your thoughts and that’s what I will teach you during these online mindfulness therapy sessions. I will teach you how to work with your thoughts and how to change your relationships so that you don’t become consumed by them you don’t become identified with your thoughts. That’s the crucial part of the training. Thoughts in themselves are not a problem. It’s when you become identified with those thoughts then they be they feed the anxiety.
So if you’d like to learn more simply e-mail me. Let’s schedule a Skype therapy session for your generalized anxiety disorder. Thank you.
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