Eating disorders and cognitive behavioural therapy

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Eating disorders are a mental health disorder that mostly affect women, but we
do see an increasing trend amongst men as well. They are
mostly concerning a person’s weight and shape by controlling one’s food
behaviour. Cognitive behavioural therapy is the primary evidence-based
treatment for eating disorder. Learn in this article how it works.

How to use routines to create and stick to new habits

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Routines help you to create new habits and be able to stick to them. Habits are often not simply the result of a conscious decision, but rather unconscious patterns in the brain. The good news is you can use routines to learn and unlearn these patterns. Daniel Sigrist explains us how can we establish new routines to create habits?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – becoming a new version of yourself

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This is one of the most widely used methods in psychology. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a powerful coaching tool, providing us with the ability to rid ourselves of negative behaviours and habits, and overcome fears and anxieties. Carolyn Jost, FSP (Swiss Charter for Psychology) psychologist, psychotherapist in training, explains.

Mental load: What is it? How to share it?

Mental load: What is it? How to share it?

You have to think of everything, you feel overly stressed and you do not know where to start because the number of tasks of your “To Do List” is so important?
You are just tired, and your brain is failing you. It is mental load. Learn in this article what it is and how to share it.