Category: Self-improvement

How to get a good nights sleep?

Oh to sleep like a baby
Oh, to sleep like a baby!!
  Some might sadly say that in today’s hectic world that sleep has become more of a luxury than a necessity.  I often hear clients indicate how they lead such busy lives that they almost don't have time for sleep!  So, please read on for information about sleep improvement. Sleep is vitally important for the emotional and physical well being of us all. Sleep difficulties such as problems getting off to sleep, remaining asleep or waking up at 'stupid o'clock' can create lasting health and emotional difficulties. If you have been experiencing sleep issues, it may be due to a number of factors such as stress, anxiety, panic or depression. In order to address your sleep problem, it is best to consult an experienced CBT therapist who can assist you to change your behaviour, and to manage your thought processes and emotions that may interfere with your sleep. Read more

Get the most out of your work day

There are many emotional issues that find a corner in our heart, and refuse to die down. With time, these issues can transform into a sort of emotional tumor that impacts negatively on our daily life, such as lack of concentration, enthusiasm, self respect, will to change, encouragement, and so on. These issues can spiral into our lives in various ways and gets channelled into other zones, which can create problems in the relationships, professional life, and health. Read more

Anxiety treatment for better tomorrow

Anxiety is something that exists in everyone’s life to a certain extent, and in a way it is medically known to be helpful as well. Because, anxiety helps us stay alert and be reactive to our circumstances, whether joyful or painful. However, when the anxiety reaches the stage where it overwhelms you mentally and physically, and affects your normal routine of life, you need the help of a clinical psychologist. Read more

How to improve your memory?

It has been believed for centuries that as we grow older, our brain functions continue to deteriorate, which also impacts and weakens our memory. However, recent medical researches and experiments have proved that our brain has the ability to grow new neurons, even as we age, a process known scientifically as neuroplasticity. The mental health of a person depends vastly on how active the person is – physically and mentally. If you keep forgetting things too quickly, or have noticed a sharp decline in your mental health in terms of memory recently, it is time to make some really important changes in your lifestyle to help sharpen and improve your memory. Read more
Operant conditioning

Operant conditioning

Operant conditioning is a principle developed by the psychologist B. F. Skinner (1904-1990), who was responsible for a philosophy …

How to get a good nights sleep?

  Some might sadly say that in today’s hectic world that sleep has become more of a luxury than a necessity.  I …

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

A clinical perspective on Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Obsessions can be described as being those distressing thoughts, …