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Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy This Page is in process I will write more about Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy along the way   Gain Perspective on Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy   Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy is at the leading edge of contemporary psychotherapy and counseling! Even a single session predictably helps you achieve your mental and behavioral health […]

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Desperately Seeking Happiness

Happiness is one of the most sought after and yet still elusive aspects of life. Happiness is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow that everyone wants, but so few people can confidently claim to have discovered. The field of psychology has produced a science of happiness through a variety of studies […]

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Explore Alternatives | Evidence Based Psychotherapy in Seattle

  A review of the psychological literature reveals that only a very small percentage of psychotherapy services in the United States are tightly linked to existing scientific knowledge. It is a really quite strange if you think of it. Would anyone want undergo medical surgery that was not based on a current scientific understanding of […]

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Mindfulness Meditation Benefits: 20 Reasons Why It’s Good for Your Mental and Physical Health

Mindfulness meditation has been around for thousands of years, but academic research has only recently started to give us a better understanding of why it provides so many benefits. In so many aspects of our lives, from pain and disease management, to sleep, to control of our emotions, and many others, mindfulness mediation improves our […]

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You Do not Have to Participate in the Drama People Create

This article centers around a saying: “Just because someone invites you to a drama doesn’t mean you have to attend.” This is not a common saying, but maybe it should be. At the very least, it is a sound piece of advice that most of us could benefit by remembering, especially those of us who […]

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Losing Hope for Sleep Can Hike Suicide Risk

A new study from Dr. W. Vaughn McCall, the chair of the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, shows that when people lose hope of having a good night’s sleep, their risk of suicide spikes. McCall notes that this study reaffirms what he had previously established, that hopelessness about sleep is separate from […]

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How to be Assertive While Keeping a Kind Heart

Many people struggle between the extremes of being too assertive and being a doormat for other people. They may find themselves wanting to assert themselves in situations such as having messages ignored by a friend, being given a task at work they fear might be too much for them to handle, or being asked a […]

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