Emotional stability

Wellbeing Practice provides therapy within a positive, safe and supportive environment. Completely non-intrusive with no drugs we work with you to understand the underlying issues. Designed to put you in control and help you to understand yourself, giving you the strength and confidence to achieve and maintain clear emotional stability within your life.

When people become emotionally unstable this can result in feelings of anxiety, fear, moodiness, worry, envy, guilt, stress, frustration, jealousy, shyness, self-consciousness and loneliness; people are likely to see ordinary situations as threatening, and minor frustrations as hopelessly difficult.

We believe treatment should aid a full and lasting recovery, by delivering to you a rounded approach. Firstly, by safely dealing with past events and experiences that may in fact form the foundation of any learnt negative behaviours today.

Secondly, to look at and address current problems or blocks that stop you from resolving unwanted issues; and then to equip you with the ability to protect yourself and grow stronger moving in to the future with resilience and a secure and positive sense of personal wellbeing.

Typical examples:

Anger Management: Anger is an emotion that we all feel at times. It can become a problem if it is too extreme, occurs at inappropriate times, or lasts too long.

Forgiveness: (of others and yourself) instead of allowing negative and damaging emotions to eat away at us.

Frustration Release: Life is full of frustrations. From the minor irritations of losing something to the major problem of continued failure, being able to manage frustration is required in order to allow us to remain happy and positive even during tough times.

Road Rage: professionals define certain behaviours as problematic when they start to develop negative consequences.  Road rage, and especially those acts which lead to confrontations, can have significant after-effects both emotionally and physically.

Stop Self Harming: is a way of expressing and dealing with deep distress and emotional pain. As counterintuitive as it may sound to those on the outside, hurting yourself makes you feel better. In fact, you may feel like you have no choice.

Stopping Swearing: “Swearing is like using the horn on your car, which can be used to signify a number of emotions”

Control of Gag Reflex/Easy Swallowing: difficulty in swallowing can cause anxiety in those suffering from it and this is an issue that needs to be addressed in order to restore the control of gag reflex.

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