Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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  • Benefits of Meditation: Brain Exercise

    Can We Change Our Minds? No one doubts that we can improve our physical health by exercising regularly. We know that if we lift weights we will build muscles. We see them and feel them and know that change is occurring. Wouldn’t it be nice to know if mental health “exercises” were making tangible, physical […]

Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Deconstructing the Stigma of Mental Illness

    Deconstructing Stigma Travelers passing through Boston’s Logan International Airport this winter may add a few items to their carry-on bags, thanks to a public awareness campaign entitled Deconstructing Stigma: A Change in Thought Can Change a Life. In addition to their clothes and toiletries, travelers could be tucking into their luggage a change in perspective, […]

Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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Generated 3 weeks ago

Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Halt Negative Thoughts by Accepting Them

    Negative Thinking Begins to Dissolve with Acceptance If you lose your job or your sweetheart leaves you for your best friend or you regain the 10 pounds you lost by nearly starving yourself for two months, you’ll most likely have negative thoughts flooding in. That’s expected. These are upsetting developments. You’ll obsess about what’s wrong […]

  • Mindfulness Can Improve Well-Being

    Mindfulness Basics to Improve Physical and Emotional Well-Being If you woke up this morning and immediately began listing in your mind the things you already won’t have time to complete, you’re not practicing mindfulness. If you gulped down your morning coffee, ate lunch at your desk and rushed through dinner, you were not practicing mindfulness. […]

Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Downsides of Mindfulness Meditation Without Guidance

    Mindfulness Meditation: The Good, the Bad and the Dangerous Mental health professionals and people around the globe have increasingly been embracing the positive benefits of mindfulness and guided meditation for several decades. But like all good things, there can be a down side. So beginners to mindfulness, especially those who browse online meditations and experiment […]

  • Mindfulness Can Help Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders and More

    Therapists Embrace Mindfulness to Complement Therapy Therapists are finding that helping clients learn to pay attention to the moment through mindfulness practices can help heal problems like anxiety, depression, eating disorders and other common diagnoses. Complex mental health issues don’t disappear in day or a week, but there’s a rising tide of mindfulness being used […]

  • Using Mindfulness to Heal Your Life

    Basics of Minfulness Mindfulness is, basically, being in the present moment, without judgement. The point is that the present moment is the only one we have. Jon Kabat-Zinn, author of Mindfulness for Beginners: Reclaiming the Present Moment and Your Life, defines it as “…paying attention in the present moment, on purpose, as if your life […]

  • The Neuroscience Behind Why We Love, Who We Choose and Partnership Happiness

    In the area of partner compatibility, the work of Dr. Helen Fisher into the brain substrates of romantic love and attachment stands out as quite unique and phenomenally interesting. I would like to offer you a brief summary here. Dr. Fisher has spent decades taking brain scans of thousands of subjects, hoping to discover the […]

  • How to Succeed in Couples Therapy

    What Makes Some Couples Therapies Succeed While Others Struggle to Make Progress I was recently interviewed by a graduate student who is working on designing an app to help couples enhance their satisfaction with their relationships. In an industry dominated with dating apps, he wondered why there were no apps helping people stay together and […]

  • Anxiety and Synchronicity: Living in the Real World

    The concept of synchronicity was initially posited by the psychoanalyst C. G. Jung as being an incident in our lives that reveals itself as a significant, or consequential, coincidence, which apparently has no causal relationship to one another yet seems to be, in fact, directly related. The psychic healer and medical intuitive, Caroline Myss, claims […]

  • The Physiology of Trauma

    Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a prominent mental health issue that affects millions of individuals worldwide. In the United States, an estimated eight percent of the population will experience PTSD at some point in their lifetimes. PTSD is caused by trauma, and while it is most commonly associated with negative […]

  • Sexual Assault in Today’s Society

    What is Sexual Assault The United States Department of Justice defines sexual assault as, “Any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of the recipient” (2016). Sexual assault can take many different forms such as rape, attempted rape, fondling, forcible sodomy, incest, and child molestation. Sexual Assault Can Cause Physical […]

  • EMDR Helps Break Pattern of Anxiety

    A therapy called eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, or EMDR, is proving to help break many patterns of anxiety. A simple way to describe EMDR might be to say a person holds a thought of an anxiety-producing moment, like an accident, while tracking the therapist’s finger as it moves back and forth. In an unscientific […]

  • Mindfulness Meditation Can Help Calm Anxiety

    A person who lives life in the midst of chronic anxiety often suffers many trials in the course of an average day. Getting stuck in a traffic jam or being on a train that’s delayed may push a person with anxiety to thoughts of, “I’m late. I might lose my job if I don’t get […]

Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • Negative Emotions Can Drive Positive Change

    Negative Emotions Can Be Good for Creating Positive Change No one really wants to feel angry, sad, guilty, anxious, envious or lonely. But let’s face it – most of us feel one or more of those emotions occasionally or even frequently. Now psychologists are suggesting that these negative emotions can be what nudges us to […]

Boston Evening Therapy Associates,LLC

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • Curiosity Can Spur Positive Choices

    Imagine that your company wanted employees to walk up three flights of stairs every morning to the office as one way to get more exercise and improve their health. No other incentives are offered. Then imagine that your company had the same goal, but said everyone who walked up the three flights of stairs would […]

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