Stress is the body's normal response to anything that disturbs its natural physical, emotional, or mental balance.
Stress reduction can only present a problem if an individual attributes an actual, serious condition or disease to being a stress-related response.
Stress reduction refers to various strategies that counteract this response and produce a sense of relaxation and tranquillity.
Relaxation is at the core of most stress reduction methods, but our modern life experiences often do not provide us with the coping skills needed to deal with stressful stimuli. It is not something that everyone can fully achieve without assistance and guidance.
Several very different strategies and therapies are available that help with relaxation and stress management (170).
Therapies used in the treatment of psychological trauma include:
* Cognitive therapy,
* Behavioural therapy,
* Brief therapy,
* Psychodynamic psychotherapy,
* Play therapy,
* Traumatic Incident Reduction,
* Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing,
* Somatic Experiencing,
* Dialectical behavioural therapy,
* Art therapy,
* Autogenic training therapy,
* Music therapy,
* Narrative therapy,
* Supportive therapy. Acute stress disorder (ASD) and Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) require some form of supportive therapy.
Counselling and Psychotherapy may be provided via Skype and FaceTime in the comfort of your home, office or any place of your choice.