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Let go of the past, take control of your future and find peace.

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Twelve ways to change your thinking

Brains love to make sense of things, to figure out and understand the reasons behind things and to attach meaning to events. However, when your thoughts become stuck in an overwhelmingly negative cycle, you might struggle to get free.

Helps with: anxiety, depression

Your brain on anxiety

In this book, I explain cognitive behaviour therapy in detail, talk about why it’s so effective, and outline techniques and practical exercises that will set you on the path to an anxiety-free life.

Helps with: anxiety, depression, ruminatio

The coaching with Dr Sharyn was very effective for me. The consulting process is very professional and on the basis on a positive personal relationship.

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Being Psychologically Flexible

One of the most important principles we use in therapy can be summed up in this one idea - Flexibility.

How Does Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Change Your Life?

CBT is a neuroscience-based therapy that provides you with skills, tools, and strategies to change how you think, feel and behave. Many of these strategies are based on brain research conducted over the last 10-30 years. There’s been much research into brain processes over these decades, but one of the most powerful findings is that brains are adaptable, changeable and that they build new neural pathways.

What is social anxiety?

Social anxiety -- which at its worst can be a social phobia -- is feeling fearful around people. While some may feel a little nervous in social situations, people with social anxiety feel intense and irrational fear when interacting with others.

The three core aspects of social anxiety are:

  1. The fear of being judged negatively by others.
  2. Excessive self-focus or being extremely self-conscious of how one is perceived.
  3. Avoidance of most social interactions and quickly escaping social situations.

I understood a bit about CBT and my expectation was to learn to apply this to my own problems. Yes, my expectations were met and actually exceeded!

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