Photo by Marcin Bogucki Abraham Maslow and his approach for human existencialism is the last part of the Introduction to Humanistic and Existentialism approaches in Counselling and Psychotherapy. In this post I will summarize my last three posts to make it as simple as I can. It is worth to be reminded of Maslow's opinion … Continue reading Self actualiztion with Abraham.
Photo by Marcin Bogucki The Personal Development is a long process of human puzzling. Many different stages of our life create something new. It exists every time something important or useful occurs in rest of our being. In this post I will touch base on the Rogerian Theory and I will continue with the Introduction … Continue reading How we build a self esteem ?
Photo by Marcin Bogucki Introduction to Humanistic and Existentialism approaches in Counselling and Psychotherapy. This title will be with us for next 3 post where I try to explain a bit of Humanistic and Existentialism approaches. The humanistic and existentialism approaches derive from ancient Greece and Rome and were delivered by the 19th century. After … Continue reading The Humanistic Approaches.
Photo by Marcin Bogucki Regarding the previous post "My Anxiety and CBT" the research for Cognitive Behavior Therapy show evidence of well-working other therapies with these approaches as well. That will be: Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) ACT has six principles; Cognitive diffusion,Acceptance,Contact with the present moment,Observing the Self,Values,Committed … Continue reading What else can work for my anxiety?
Photo by Dom J on Pexels.com Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety Disorder. An essential first step in overcoming a psychological problem(otherwise known as “psychoeducation") is to learn more about it. Learning about personal problems can give the comfort of knowing that you are not alone and that others have also found helpful strategies to overcome … Continue reading My Anxiety and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
Photo by Marcin Bogucki Individuals cannot rest, individuals cannot eat, individuals cannot discuss. All they can do is just think about how to get things done to get rid of fear. Which constantly puts pressure on things that will most likely never happen, and makes unwanted considerations that can lead to depression and support other … Continue reading Anxiety as a psychological disorder from a different perspective.
Photo by Marcin Bogucki Urie Bronfenbrenner American psychologist born in Russia, Moscow on April 29, 1917, he is the most known from his input in Ecological Psychology of child development. By his core beliefs, that our existence in the surrounding environment, is the key to human development. He explains his work in five environmental systems. … Continue reading Ecological System according to Urie B.
Social Skills and Personal Boundries are the next part of becoming a Good Enough Counsellor. Today we will talk about sociall skills and the interaction and the use of the theraputic approach. Also, I will discuss the boundries you can find in the counselling room i.e. during a social activity. Photo by Josh Hild on … Continue reading Social Skills and Personal Boundries
Counselling skills are for all of us not only for practitioners in the mental health area. These skills help us to communuicate more effectively and understand other people on the same level as we wish to be understood. In a previous post, I talk about what it means to be a Good enough Counsellor and I describe … Continue reading Counselling skills for all.
Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com That is right. Who is a good Counsellor. All we know the parsona trained in mental health need a goood knowledge, experience and other life skills. Perhapsl, Good chartacter and be nice? Deffinately NOT. Being nice is not enough to be a good counsellor. Years of learning, practice and … Continue reading Be Good Enough…