Another Q&A episode today! Some really great questions and I get pretty detailed about a few diagnoses. Before that, be sure to check out the private facebook group for the HCSH community at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/484559841901855/
Look out for more info on my upcoming Kick Anxiety's Ass course and be a part of the beta group here: http://eepurl.com/c06Uzn
Here are the questions covered in this episode:
As always you can send me your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we are doing a deep dive episode all about ways that you can maximize your progress in therapy. Whether you are a seasoned therapy veteran or barely thinking about getting started, this will be good information for you to keep in the back of your mind.
Before I share the 10 tips for getting the most out of therapy, I wanted to let you know that I started a new closed facebook group for the Hardcore Self Help Community. You can find that at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/484559841901855/
Here are the tips:
1. You don't need to impress your therapist
2. Don't lie to your therapist
3. Don't be afraid to get emotional and let it out
4. Challenge your therapist and correct them
5. If it's not working, say something
6. Find someone you are comfortable with
7. Get therapy sooner
8. Take notes and journal
9. Do the homework and practice the skills
10. Talk about the relationship between you and your therapist during session
Next week should be another Q&A episode, so keep sending me your awesome questions to email@example.com
Hello, everyone! Just off the top, given the BS going on in the world at the moment, I need to reaffirm that everyone is welcome here regardless of race, ethnicity, cultural background, gender identity, sexual orientation etc. Just needs to be said.
Today's episode is another Q&A with some really awesome questions including:
As always you can send me your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to follow me on social @duffthepsych for cute baby stuff!
This is a deep dive episode all about common thinking traps and pitfalls that we encounter as human beings. In the field, we refer to these as "cognitive distortions". In this episode, I break down ten of them for you and talk a bit about how to use your knowledge of them to your advantage. Here are the cognitive distortions that I cover in this episode:
Next week should be another Q & A episode, so please keep sending me your questions to email@example.com
Hello, friends! Just another awesome question and answer episode for you. Two short questions and one more complicated question: