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  1. Emotional Transformational Therapy

    January 10, 2014 by admin

    What is ETT?   Emotional Transformation Therapy (ETT) as a therapeutic technique designed to reduce psychological and physical distress. This noninvasive, non-pharmaceutical approach combines traditional talk therapy with the use of colored light to achieve faster results. By stimulating the brain with lights and colors, the neural impulses that affect the nervous system and brain[read more..]

  2. Seasonal Affective Disorder

    April 15, 2013 by admin

    Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is estimated to affect 11 million people in the United States every year. Women are four times more likely to suffer from SAD than men. Children also have a higher prevalence to SAD than men. It tends to run in families, though and as a person ages, their risk of[read more..]

  3. Marriage Counseling

    October 19, 2011 by admin

    Marriage Counseling: Improve Your Relationship With Your Spouse No matter how happy your married life is, there may be times when some issues crop up between you and your partner, which may start adversely affecting your day to day life. If these issues are not addressed in time, then in the long run they may[read more..]

  4. Divorce and Children Counseling

    October 19, 2011 by admin

    Divorce and Children Therapy Help Your Kids to Overcome the Emotional Turmoil Divorce is a painful experience for both partners but it is even more painful for kids, ironically through no fault of their own. They are the innocent victims of divorce. Children witnessing divorce in the family go through an emotional trauma that is[read more..]

  5. Premarital Counseling

    October 19, 2011 by admin

    Get Premarital Counseling in Orange County Before You Commit Yourself into a Relationship Marriage is an honorable institution where two individuals come together to form a relationship that is intended to last for a lifetime. To make this relationship enjoyable and keep it blooming for the rest of our lives, we must try to avoid[read more..]

  6. Couples Counseling

    October 19, 2011 by admin

    Strengthen Your Marriage with Couples Therapy in Orange County Is your marriage under stress and you are finding it difficult to bring it back to the normal level despite your best efforts? Couples therapy is the best way to bring married life back on track for those who have strained their relationship with their partners[read more..]

  7. Substance Abuse

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    The Denial That Accompanies Substance Addiction Substance abuse, whether it is for alcohol, drugs, food or smoking, is a type of escape syndrome. To a substance dependent, it seems to provide the energy to deal with a situation. Addiction of all types has the same deceptive quality. You may think that the addiction is good[read more..]

  8. Sex Addiction

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    The Hidden Shame and Guilt Of Sex Addiction Sex addiction is a disorder that is caused by the misuse of a person’s natural sex drive. This addiction usually starts in puberty, although it can develop even later in life. Once it develops, it leads to a compulsive addiction and even if the person tries to[read more..]

  9. Physical Abuse

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Physical Abuse – End The Abuse And Win The Battle Through Therapy Physical abuse may be perpetrated by acquaintances, family members or others. There are different reasons for people getting involved in physical abuse or physical violence resulting in pain and bodily injury. For instance, physical abuse perpetrated by intimate partners or spouses is aimed[read more..]

  10. Gender Identity Crisis

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Gender Identity Crisis: When Living In Your Own Body Becomes A Nightmare Gender identity crisis is a disorder in which a person feels a strong identification with the opposite sex. It is like being trapped in the wrong body type. Gender, being male or female, is the main element that carves an individual’s personality. A[read more..]

  11. Gambling Addiction

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    The Downward Spiral of Gambling Addiction Historically, addiction was only associated with psychoactive substances such as tobacco, alcohol and other types of drugs. But the definition of addiction has become wider in recent times and it now includes all types of psychological dependency on things and one such dependency is gambling. Gambling addiction, also known[read more..]

  12. Emotional Abuse

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Emotional Abuse Therapy: The Earlier You Get Help, The Faster Wounds Will Heal Emotional abuse is a kind of intimidation by which a person gains control and power over another through gestures and words that slowly weaken the other person’s self respect. Argument, conflict and criticism are healthy ways to interact with others but when[read more..]

  13. Alcohol Abuse

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    When Alcohol Drinking Becomes A Problem   Drinking alcohol regularly can easily lead to a stage where you become an alcohol addict. It is most common in societies where alcohol consumption is an essential element of the social etiquette, though it is certainly not limited to just these societies. It is at times hard to[read more..]

  14. Anger Management

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    How To Tame The Rage: Anger Management Therapy   Anger is a normal, healthy human emotion that every person experiences. Anger is a secondary response to various kinds of emotions such as feeling lonely, sad, or frightened. When this anger becomes rage it affects our judgment and thinking ability which leads to unreasonable and irrational[read more..]

  15. Workplace Stress Management

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Manage Your Workplace Stress with Stress Management Therapy   Work pressure is quite common in everyone’s life. It is often desirable too because it makes the work satisfying and helps to meet deadlines. Inadequate work pressure can be depressing and may leave you feeling bored or dejected at work. However, if this pressure crosses a[read more..]

  16. Social Anxiety Disorder

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Constant Social Anxiety That Can Hinder Your Life   Do you often feel that you are being judged by others? Does meeting new people or speaking in public make you nervous? If your answer is yes, then you are probably suffering from social anxiety disorder. It is an anxiety disorder where people are afraid of[read more..]

  17. School Related Stress Management

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Help Your Child Manage School Related Stress through Orange County Therapy Most children like going to school, because they make friends and have so much fun apart from the new things they learn from their teachers and mates. Yet, they also face a number of situations which results into stress affecting their academic performance as[read more..]

  18. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    It is quite normal for anyone to feel frightened, anxious, disconnected or sad after facing a terrible experience. However, as the time passes the terrible memory starts fading and the person starts enjoying life once again. But at times, the trauma may be so intense that it may become difficult to overcome the fear and[read more..]

  19. Phobia

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    Phobia: Irrational Fear And How It Can Hold You Back From Living A Normal Life Phobia is a general term used to signify the unrelenting fear of something, an activity or a situation to the extent that one wants to avoid it. This could mean a social phobia in which a person is afraid of[read more..]

  20. Panic Disorder

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    The Cycle Of Fear:  Panic Disorder And Its Debilitating Effects Panic disorder is a kind of anxiety disorder where a person faces repeated attacks of extreme fear. It usually involves fear of being in situation from where it is difficult to escape. During these attacks, a person may feel chilled; his hands may feel numb[read more..]

  21. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    When You Can’t Control Your Thoughts and Actions with OCD Obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD is a disorder driven by anxiety and is characterized by some uncontrollable or unwanted thoughts coming into your mind forcing you to behave in a repetitive and ritualized pattern. If you are suffering from OCD, you may recognize that your compulsive[read more..]

  22. Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    October 18, 2011 by admin

    When Your Life Is Plagued By General Anxiety You may be suffering from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) if you feel anxious and tense most of the time without any reason. Getting anxious at times is a natural phenomenon, but if this state continues for so long that it interferes with your normal day to day[read more..]

  23. Coping With Depression

    October 17, 2011 by admin

    How Therapy Can  Help You Cope  with Depression Depression, whether it is a mild case of anxiety or a prolonged and  deep period of sadness, can be really troublesome because you tend to shut down during the period it attacks you. Depression can drain your energy, drive, and hope making it extremely difficult for you[read more..]

  24. Chronic Depression

    October 17, 2011 by admin

    Seeing The Light Again With Therapy Chronic depression, also known as dysthymia is a condition continuing for a long period of time, ranging anywhere from one to two years or longer. . People suffering from this may function normally in their routine life but constantly feel unhappy and dissatisfied. Experts are not sure about the[read more..]

  25. Bipolar or Manic Depression

    October 17, 2011 by admin

    The Extreme Highs And Lows of Bipolar or Manic Depression Bipolar or manic depression is associated with serious shifts in behavior pattern, mood, thinking and energy levels of persons. Everybody experiences mood swings – there are days when you feel high, in good spirit, and there are days when you are feeling low, somewhat depressed[read more..]

  26. Grief and Loss

    October 17, 2011 by admin

    Orange County Grief and Loss Counselling Therapist   Grief is a natural state of mind that everyone experiences in life. It is an emotional response to a great loss. Mostly people face intense grief as a response to the loss of a dear one or a major destabilizing event in life, such as divorce, financial loss, loss[read more..]


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