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Practical Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) techniques anyone can use.

Although common ‘disorders’ (e.g., eating disorders, anxiety, and depression) look different on the surface, there are some common underlying mechanisms. One of these is checking. I’m going to go explain the role of checking in...

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7 Tips for Not Personalizing

October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

1. Don’t catastrophize knock backs – If you get a rejection, it doesn’t mean you’re never going to be successful. – If you get negative feedback on a piece of work, it doesn’t mean you...

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As problems gets bigger, often the rest of life seems to shrink. When people have a lot of stress – their time, energy, and thoughts often get consumed by those problems. As people spend more...

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Positive Body Image

May 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Practical tips for Positive Body ImageI was interviewed for Next Magazine about Positive Body Image, and these are my positive body image tips. The following positive body image tips come from a therapy called Cognitive...

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The most common core beliefs I help people change tend to fall into the following 3 categories. These core beliefs commonly underlie depression and anxiety. Helpless Core Beliefs such as: “I’m incompetent” “I’m needy” “I’m...

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