We as human beings are born with both negative & positive emotions. Though we would like to always experience positive emotions, it is hardly so. On the contrary we all experience a host of negative emotions like fear, anger, disgust, sadness, guilt etc. on a day today basis. All negative emotions are not unhealthy; rather many of them serve specific purposes and help us survive in a world which is full of uncertainty and adversity. It is only when these negative emotions are experienced in unhealthy patterns that we need to regulate them so that we remain active and functional. Many times we can manage short term deviances in emotions by ourselves or with the support of family and friends. But when they start overwhelming us and we fail to deal with them, then we might use the help of a professional well trained counsellor or Psychologist. Counsellor is essentially a helping professional who aims to help people to solve their own emotional problems whether they are personal or interpersonal in nature. Become the counsellor people suffering from negative emotions need with our Emotional Education Course.
All emotional problems are not “disorders” or “diseases”.
We all can learn to counsel ourselves and deal with our emotional upsets. If we know how to do that effectively we can prevent a host of potential emotional disorders. At Feeling Minds® we are trying to help people develop “Clear Thinking Skills” by providing Wellness Counseling, Emotional Education, Psycho Education, Emotional Skills Training and Coaching using various forms of psychotherapy like CBT, RECBT, ACT, DBT, EFt etc.
Our Director Dr. Chinu Agrawal is a trained and certified practitioner in those forms of Psychotherapy from International Institutions.
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Prevention Is Better Than Cure
Many Psychological problems and resulting emotional distress can be prevented by learning to discard defeating thinking patterns and adapting more functional ways of thinking. “Clear thinking requires proper training so that we are able to properly direct our will, stick with our purpose and discover the connections we have to others and the duties that follow these relationships.”