Many times, it is difficult to be honest with yourself. Your cognitive process tells you negative thoughts and dismantles your self-confidence. Read more
Category: Individual Treatment
In cognitive-behavioral therapy, often times, the individual may struggle from thinking with a distorted self-perception. Read more
Interpersonal communication skills are among the most important factors to maintaining positive relationships. Peer through the differing forms of communications below to see if you might be conversing with others in a positive or negative way. Read more
Make connections. Good relationships with close family members, friends or others are important. Accepting help and support from those who care about you and will listen to you strengthens resilience. Some people find that being active in civic groups, faith-based organizations, or other local groups provides social support and can help with reclaiming hope. Read more
The basis of being co-dependent is the overwhelming need for approval, the overwhelming need to take care of others, and the desire to control another’s thoughts, feelings, and actions. In short, if you are co-dependent on someone else, then your good feelings often stem from the way in which the other person perceives you.