I want to talk to you about anxiety and 4 simple things you can do to reduce anxiety right now. So first off, let’s look at anxiety from a physiological… Continue Reading 4 Ways to Reduce Anxiety Right Now
Calming Breath It’s no secret that deep breathing will calm you down when you’re stressed out. Unless, of course, you’re someone who can’t calm down when you breathe deeply. You… Continue Reading Why Breathing to Calm Down Doesn’t Work
As I mentioned in my last blog, about depression, in order to explain why you are anxious, I have to tell you some things about your nervous system. In the… Continue Reading Why You’re Anxious & What You Can Do About It
What The Vagus Nerve Is And Why You Should Know About It Simply put, the Vagus nerve is your 10th cranial nerve. You have 12 cranial nerves in all,… Continue Reading Get to Know Your Vagus Nerve & Take Charge Of Your Mental Health
The way you learn to handle your feelings is, first, by learning all the tricks to “manage” them with mindfulness and will power. You can learn and practice those on your own all day, every day. Continue Reading How You Learn To Handle Your Feelings
I know it sounds kinda weird, body-mind psychotherapy. You are supposed to talk about your feelings in therapy, right? What does that have to do with your body? Continue Reading Get Out of Your Head! Body-Mind Psychotherapy to the Rescue.
When you Google, “what is psychotherapy,” you will find that the first entry out of more than 29 million search results is this simple definition, “the treatment of mental disorder by psychological rather than medical means.” While this definition is partly accurate, it doesn’t help you understand what it is that a therapist will be doing with you in therapy. Continue Reading What is Psychotherapy at Leah Benson Therapy
Psychotherapy is not just for people who have “problems.” Psychotherapy is also for people who want to be masters of their emotional universe. Continue Reading Why you need psychotherapy even if you think you don’t
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