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Changing mindsets with schema therapy.
Richard Brouillette, LCSW
You don't need a DeLorean time machine to connect with your happy child mode and be a good parent for yourself.
With imagery rescripting, you may not need a mad scientist friend with an '80s time machine car to change the past for the better.
There's more to holiday loneliness than you think. Schema therapy offers some tricks for getting past it.
Never fear, organizing your time relieves stress, builds confidence and self-esteem, and helps you manage your moods.
Use these seven aspects of emotional temperament to understand how you're wired, how you learned to cope, and how to accept who you are.
How to be open to the benefits of working with your inner child without giving in to cynicism.
Chairwork therapy can heal internalized racism and other forms of oppression on the inside.
By talking to the different "modes" in your character, you can break through procrastination and self-sabotage as well as tough issues like depression and anxiety.
With a schema therapist, you complete an evaluation and get your schema chart. It's similar to a DNA test—you'll understand yourself and know how to change.
Some schema therapists chat about how they make online therapy work.
Stress triggers us to turn to old coping skills that may actually get in our way. Schema therapy offers quick and effective solutions you can practice on your own.
Richard Brouillette, LCSW, is an online schema therapist working with entrepreneurs, creatives, and professionals.