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    “Currently the death rate sits at one per person” Voddie Baucham Thanatophobia The fear of death, or death anxiety is known as Thanatophobia. It is often linked to other anxieties or phobias such as health anxiety, post-traumatic stress and panic attacks. Thanatophobia is a form of anxiety characterized by a fear of one’s own death…

    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is often associated with physical causes like circulatory problems. However there are also emotional and psychological problems associated with the condition. The dysfunction can not only cause emotional distress, but emotional factors can contribute to the dysfunction when the penis is capable of erection. The fear of ‘failing’ leads to an embarrassment…

    What is CBT? Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, otherwise known as CBT, is a form of counselling. It is an evidence based approach to helping emotional and physical health conditions. It’s an approach that looks at not only what we think, how we think, and how that affects how we act, and how that affects how we…

    Please see the link below for an article on how CBT can help with panic disorder http://www.rscpp.co.uk/content/treatments/cognitive-behavioural-therapy-panic-disorder.html    

    Please click the link below for an article on how counselling can help with chronic illness, CBT for CFS / ME   http://www.rscpp.co.uk/content/treatments/cognitive-behavioural-therapy-chronic-fatigue-synd.html

    Trauma

    Trauma usually refers to when our usual ways of processing and coping become overwhelmed during a distressing event or events. It can leave us feeling unable to cope, numb, isolated, disconnected, anxious and vulnerable. Sometimes it can be a one off event, other times it can take place over a sustained period of time. Some of…

    Living in Constant Fear General Anxiety Disorder, or GAD, is a condition in which a person suffers constant worry and high anxiety, feeling a state of constant fear and dread. At the very core of anxiety is a feeling of being helpless, or having no control over something really important. To live in a constant state of…

    Gambling addiction, or gambling compulsion is a disorder where a person cannot control the impulse to gamble, even when they know how unhelpful and hurtful it is to themselves and to those around them. Gambling is all they think about whether they are happy or sad, angry or excited, just paid or broke. Some ways to help…

    Continuing from yesterday here are the other 6 irrational beliefs from Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT).   6. The belief that avoidance is easier than to facing lifes difficulties Instead avoidance is usually much harder in the long run. 7. The belief that we need something stronger or greater than ourselves on which to rely Instead of the idea…

    According to Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy (REBT) we have 12 irrational beliefs that can cause us distress. The first five are: 1. The belief that it is a necessity for adults to be loved by significant others for almost everything they do. Instead of concentrating on our own self-respect,on loving rather than on being loved. 2. The belief that certain acts…

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