June 22, 2018
A considerable amount of people come into our office and have a preconceived idea of what they DO NOT want in therapy. A common thing that clients will say
by Sherise Miller
March 21, 2018
Everything we see in life is viewed through a filter, and each and every one of us views life through our own unique filter: our perspective. Our perspective is the way we think about anything and everything.
March 9, 2018
The first step toward suicide prevention and awareness is understanding the complexities of depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and other mental ailments such as
by Melissa Howard
January 31, 2018
by Lindsay Sewall
November 20, 2017
Our SHIFT 101 video series take big psychological words and breaks them down in a way you can understand, either for those folks who don’t know anything about psychology or for those who are just interested in what goes on at Shift Psychological. So stay tuned!
November 9, 2017
In our formative years we can either be raised in nurturing environments or non-nurturing environments. Regardless of which environment we were raised in there are always flaws that get in the way of us being adaptive or feeling like we’re unconditionally supported and loved. There can be themes such as a caregiver being critical or controlling, never being home, or having addictions. As children and young adults, we internalized all these themes, environments and elements, thus forming Limiting Beliefs, a term which we will discuss in our next segment of Shift 101.
November 8, 2017
These Limiting Beliefs begin to form in our early childhood experiences (especially within those Non-Nurturing Elements discussed during our last Shift 101 segment) and we hold these beliefs such as “I’m not good enough” or “I’m not in control” or “I’m going to be abandoned.”, etc. In addition to a few more terms we are going to discuss in our upcoming posts, these Limiting Beliefs become very strong and hard to change and end up shaping a lot of our behaviours, thoughts and feelings.
November 14, 2017
The reason why our Limiting Beliefs are so hard to change is because of a term called Cognitive Dissonance. What this essentially means is that we feel a massive amount of discomfort when our beliefs, ideas and values are challenged. Therefore, we will change how we interpret situations so that our beliefs stay intact.
November 21, 2017
If someone has the Limiting Belief “I am a failure” or “I can’t succeed”, what they will do is only look for evidence to support feeling and believing this way.
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