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Systems Theory

The DA Guide to Systems Theory in Therapy

When you are struggling in your relationships, family of origin, or workplace dynamics, you may want to seek help to improve the situation and your quality of life. You might consider therapy and one helpful therapy approach could be systems theory. Learn all about systems theory and how it can help you: Systems Theory: What […]

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Wilderness Therapy

Everything About Wilderness Therapy

Do you enjoy adventure activities? Then wilderness therapy may be the right option for you. During these therapy sessions, you’ll learn more about yourself through fun and challenging activities in a natural setting. Support from mental health professionals and your peers helps to facilitate the healing process. Wilderness Therapy: What is it? Wilderness therapy uses […]

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Holotropic Breathwork

The DA Guide to Holotropic Breathwork

To understand how holotropic breathwork emerged as a new approach to mental health and well-being, first we must look at transpersonal psychology. With a holistic and integrative perspective on the human mind, transpersonal psychology extends psychological research to the spiritual dimension of existence, focusing on the study of ‘states’ and the processes in which people […]

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Neuro-Linguistic Programming

The DA Guide to Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Among the myriad of therapy approaches, neuro-linguistic programming is a lesser known one. When you first consider that name, neuro-linguistic programming, you might think it has something to do with the brain and language. Such assumptions are not far off. Neuro-linguistic programming is an approach towards understanding the human mind, from the stance that everyone […]

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Cognitive Processing Therapy

Everything About Cognitive Processing Therapy

Cognitive processing therapy is a proven way to help those who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or other trauma disorders. It is a type of therapy that helps those who have suffered from a traumatic event reshape their thought process to live a happier life. Finding a qualified therapist for Cognitive processing therapy can help […]

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Aversion Therapy

All About Aversion Therapy

Aversion therapy is used to help people to overcome undesirable habits or behavior. It does this by associating the habit which is to be changed with an unpleasant sensation so that the person does not want to continue doing it. Aversion Therapy: What is it? Aversion therapy is a kind of behavioral therapy based on […]

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Understanding the Truth Behind Hypnotherapy

What if there were a quick and simple way to access the deepest parts of your mind, allowing you to alter thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are not serving you? What if a trained professional could help you use your own mind to control pain, stop smoking, lose weight or cope with depression and anxiety? […]

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Autogenic Training

Everything You Need To Know About Autogenic Training

Autogenic training is a therapy that trains a person to access his/her own physical relaxation process, and use it to relieve physical and emotional stress. Originating from research on hypnosis, autogenic training has been compared to yoga and meditation, which influence the body’s autonomic nervous system. Autogenic Training: What is it? Autogenic training was developed […]

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Emotionally Focused Therapy

DA Guide to Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

Emotionally Focused Therapy has been in use in various settings like clinics and hospitals and promising results have been achieved. Emotionally focused therapy refers to a therapeutic approach which is grounded in scientific studies and usually used as an intervention to address issues emerging from intimate relationships.  The bonds and processes that exist between couples […]

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Dating Someone with Depression

7 Tips for Dating Someone with Depression

Depression can be devastating for those who suffer from it and dramatically impact their daily life. It also weighs heavily on those who love and support the person suffering. It can be hard to recognize signs of depression in those we love, and it can be even more challenging to confront these people with our […]

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