Adult Relationships issues and Adverse Childhood Experiences Presenting problem and the source of the problem We work with many individuals seeking relationship guidance, often individually, and at times together. The presenting problem is often the “spouse” or his/her behaviour impacting the relationship. Even if both the partners agree they need to work on the marriage, the expectation from us is to provide specific guidance on how they can go about it. One of the several aspects we probe in such situation is the childhood experiences (or programs or conditioning) of both the individuals involved in the relationship. The evidence below
How many regression therapy or coaching sessions do I need? (Insights on changes in Anxiety, Depression, Wellbeing and Sleep quality after 4 and 8 sessions) Let’s consider this scenario: A 65-year old man in Europe finds us through the internet – looking for regression therapy – and asks…” How many sessions will you take to address my OCD: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder”? The dialogue continues and finally he agrees after listening to the question “How many decades have you had this condition? A young man in 30s, with severe trauma (physical abuse, neglect, extremely low self-esteem) – had a similar expectation.
Following article captures the ideas and quoted Gunjan for the work we have done in the area of lifestyle choices, its impact on key mind-body systems and how singing bowls and humming can be leveraged to reduce anxiety and depression through relaxation response. Ideas based on several of our studies are captured, specifically The three systems, lifestyle choices and how they interact to create an imbalance that begins the journey towards disease. How these changes (imbalance), driven by lifestyle choices, impact the immune system . Implications of relaxation response (ability to achieve quality mind-body relaxation) on the overall health and
COVID Tales…. Overcoming extreme fear of COVID He is a psychologist in his early thirties - and entire COVID period he has managed to stay stuck in his home with his parents for 9 months. The fear of COVID was so much that he wouldn’t let his parents leave the house and also wouldn’t allow any visitors to come in including family members. He was so scared of getting COVID that he would not touch or allow anyone to touch the groceries for 3 weeks after they had ordered and arrived! He had tried counselling and other psychotherapy techniques earlier
Free Talk: Time to wake up to the cost of sleep disruption (or Insomnia) by Gunjan Y Trivedi In Collaboration with IIPHG and Samay Sathi Sleep disorders are associated with many adverse health outcomes. Many modern lifestyle choices affect sleep and at the same time insufficient sleep (& recovery) creates adverse effects on autonomic nervous system, metabolism and immune system. The talk provides an overview of various lifestyle choices – resulting in chronic disease and how each of the risk factor contributes to the disease causing changes in the physiology and pathology of the body and the brain/mind. The understanding