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DISTRESS TOLERANCE TRAINING: A SUPERPOWER

Distress Tolerance is a module in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and these mindfulness-based skills are often called “crisis survival skills” because they help a person to navigate a perceived or actual crisis.  The Dialectical Behavior Therapy approach focuses on synthesizing your emotional brain and your reasonable brain, with the primary goal of learning how to tap …

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USING THE “CALM” APPROACH TO REMOVE THE GASLIGHTER’S CONTROL OVER YOU

The CALM Approach is a learned and practiced set of coping and empowering strategies which can be applied to many of life’s unexpected emotional and mental challenges.      Concentration is an intentional and sustained focus on activities and tasks which you have prioritized as most important to achieving your personal and career goals.  Concentration requires …

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WHAT IS ALEXITHYMIA AND HOW DOES IT RELATE TO ADULT ADHD?

Alexithymia is a difficulty with identifying, expressing, and regulating one’s emotions.  Alexithymia has been conceptualized as a form of emotional detachment which often manifests as a feeling of “numbness” or as an appearance of being “vacant” or “muted.”  Alexithymia has been frequently correlated with Adult ADHD, in that it is a defense mechanism from experiencing …

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THE LINK BETWEEN ADULT ADHD, SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER, AND PANIC DISORDER

If you have Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), you may experience many more symptoms other than just problems with memory and focus.  First of all, Adult ADHD can cause social insecurity, difficulty with communication skills and emotional expression in your intimate relationships, ineffective decision-making and problem-solving skills, and frequent academic and professional mistakes or …

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Negative Thought Patterns: Getting Unstuck

     Being stuck, in general terms, is defined as being unable to move or being set in a particular situation or way of thinking.  Some synonyms for being “stuck” are being “fixed” or “immovable.”  In psychological terms, being stuck can occur on an emotional, behavioral, or cognitive (thoughts) level.  Negative thought patterns can cause you …

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