Archives for Goals and Objectives - Page 2
Your thoughts and feelings are not, as some suggest, your interface with reality. They are your reality. That's why understanding that you can change your thoughts and feelings is so important, because once you believe you can change them, you give yourself the freedom to do so. Gaining mastery over your thoughts and feelings changes your life. Of course, this is easier said than done.
It’s safe to say one of the main goals of therapy is to teach you how to help yourself so you don’t actually have to be in therapy, at least not for a moment longer than necessary. If you don't have a diagnosis which requires ongoing therapy, then ask yourself:
If you've found yourself in therapy with more than one qualified, experienced, compassionate and committed therapist, and you've chosen to move on, again and again, you may be derailing your therapy for reasons other not finding the right therapist. What can you do to avoid bouncing from one therapist to the next, never finding what you are looking for?
Honesty, Open-mindedness, and Willingness, commonly referred to as "HOW," are three keys to recovery from addiction, according to self-help groups. These three keys are essential to being emotionally, spiritually, and physically healthy as well.
(A God in Therapy post) This New York Times' article went viral yesterday: A Drug to Cure Fear. But are yet more psychiatric drugs really the answer? A 19th century Jewish mystic, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov, said "no."
What is personality identity? What is the self? Where does the self/identity spring from? What is its physical source? What is its non-physical source? Personal identity is in flux as we grow, mature and change. Or is it? (Interesting article here.) The Jewish mystics tell us
Why Starting Over Is Good For The Soul