Talk to a therapist online anonymously via Skype

Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional online therapist and I offer online therapy via Skype..


Welcome. My name is Peter Strong and I am a professional
online therapist and I offer online therapy via Skype. If you’d like to talk to a therapist online
anonymously, I invite you to go to my website and learn more about the online therapy service
that I provide. Simply email me with any questions you have
about online therapy and I’ll be happy to answer them, and when you feel ready we can
schedule a Skype therapy session. People prefer the anonymity and greater privacy
offered by online therapy. It makes it much easier for you because you
can have your sessions at home, in the privacy of your own home, without having to talk to
a therapist in person or visit a therapist’s office, which can be a little intimidating
to many people, especially if you’re suffering from anxiety, depression or addiction. So if you’re interested in the online therapy
services I provide do please email me and we can schedule a trial therapy session over
Skype. During the trial therapy session, you will
see it yourself just how effective this approach is. I offer mindfulness therapy because that’s
my particular interests and many people seek me out because of my interests and expertise
in this area of mindfulness therapy. This is a system that I developed several
years ago now, and works very well through Skype. Really what you need more than anything, I
would suggest, is to learn how to manage your emotions more effectively, how to break the
habit of becoming overwhelmed by your anxiety or depression or compulsion. And also learning to create the right internal
conditions that help those emotional states heal and change. The real problem for most people is that they
become habitually identified with their emotions and that they react to them with avoidance
or aversion. So identification, avoidance and aversion
are the primary problems that stop anxiety and depression from healing. Mindfulness is the opposite. It teaches you how to develop balance in relationship
to your emotions and thoughts. It teaches you how to break that habit of
becoming identified and overwhelmed. It teaches you how to develop greater conscious
awareness, which is what emotions need in order to heal. And it teaches you how to develop non-aversion,
or friendliness towards those emotions that are trying to heal within you. When you push your emotions away they will
not heal. It’s only when you actually learn to develop
a freindly and therefore a conscious relationship with them that they can heal. And in most cases they heal quite quickly
and in direct proportion to how friendly you are with your own emotions. We all know the importance of facing your
emotions. Well, when you develop friendliness to your
painful emotions you are increasing the benefits of that wise advice many, many times over,
because friendliness increases conscious engagement with whatever you are friendly towards, and
this is precisely what anxiety and depression needs. It needs your friendliness and your consciousness
in order to heal. There are many other aspects of mindfulness
therapy and I’ll be happy to share this with you during the online therapy sessions. So if you are looking for greater privacy
and you are interested in the anonymity of online therapy and if you’re interested in
the mindfulness approach, I invite you to email me and let’s schedule a trial therapy
session. Thank you.

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