The main goal of emotional therapy

The main goal of emotional therapy

Talking about emotional therapy or psychotherapy is a fairly widespread and complex subject, with so many aspects and nuances that it can be frightening or disturbing for a certain group of the general population, whose concepts have been wrong about this particular area.

The situation has been changing a little but there are still those who believe that visiting a psychologist’s office is synonymous with madness or extreme weakness, but I must clarify that the reality is different, to go to an emotional therapy is to demonstrate that you have been brave to recognize that you have a problem with which you are struggling and what better remedy than going to an expert because if your car has problems you trust your safety behind the wheel to a well-trained mechanic.

The same happens if you have legal problems, you look for an excellent lawyer to advise you, however when we talk about emotional problems we look for advice that could be wrong on the lips of a friend, acquaintance, or relative, would you do the same if your son told you that he has a strong pain in his chest that does not let him breathe or would you go to the nearest medical center for a specialist to treat him?

Every human being at some point faces circumstances that can cause a high level of uncertainty capable of disturbing the healthiest mind, agile and prepared to face adversity, this fact leads to a state in which it is easy to make bad decisions that will unleash much worse situations over time. BetterHelp offers virtual therapy sessions if you are looking to get started with a licensed therapist today. 

Statistically, this is so, however, the individual who understands that in spite of his maturity, versatility, and knowledge, at that moment he does not have the necessary perspective to reason clearly and instead of doing it on his own decides to receive emotional therapy, will be one of those resilient individuals who will stand out from the rest and find better alternatives to his problem, solving them with professional help in a very insightful way.

Advantages of emotional therapy

In summary, every individual likes to talk and be listened to with attention by someone who values his words and can give him back a favorable opinion, but there are many pseudo-experts among our acquaintances that on the one hand depending on your state will simply seek to tell you what you want to hear to avoid discomfort and misunderstandings.

Others will be very little congruent with their observations because they will be based on their emotional ties to you which will subtract them judgment and integrity no matter how much they love you, on the contrary, a professional in psychotherapy will ensure the integrity of your mental health by giving you tools and behavioral tools that will focus on what you really need at that moment and not on what you expect from the situation, which is very different in every way.

The psychologist making use of all his knowledge and preparation will find the way in which you can give solution to the deficiencies, vulnerabilities, or ailments that you may be presenting in your emotions with the aim that you can feel good, free yourself from those emotional burdens that weaken and aggravate your existence, will show you new ways to cushion each conflict that you are living until its total resolution.

Finally, it will propitiate for you a state of adequate introspection that will allow you to know yourself completely in the midst of all your virtues and defects so that in this way you can take better advantage of yourself in the midst of any present and future circumstance regarding yourself and your relationship with others, with which you will be able to feel in absolute harmony.

It is evident that the above will not be like an act of magic that will make all your adversities disappear in the blink of an eye, in a simple snap of the fingers, but it will achieve your fulfillment progressively as long as you follow all the advice given to you and collaborate with your process and with the professional who is guiding you. The time needed for this will depend on the commitment of each individual and the magnitude of their adversities.

Objective

The goal of emotional therapy should never be to focus on obtaining a diagnosis and classify the pathology of the individual only, it must go beyond that because although there are multiple patterns that reveal certain problems. The possible causes and some alternative solutions, this will not always be enough, since each person added to their environment and their circumstances will be a totally different case compared to others.

In this sense, the particular and unique understanding of each individual as an organism independent from the rest plays a fundamental role, where systematic methods and procedures may serve as an initial guide but will not be able to attack the root of the problem with lightness and concrete effectiveness to achieve the rescue and overcoming of the emotional ailment, regardless of the impetus of the pain that is afflicting the person.

We can be talking about couple conflicts that have made a hole in the relationship and the life of each one of those involved as themselves, family members, children, or close environment.

Perhaps the ailment is the product of other family difficulties such as attenuations in economic crises, loss of loved ones, nonconformity in the family nucleus, or physical and mental abuse, suddenly the north of the problem is in another sense as in difficulties to relate with other people in a social environment far from the conventional comfort or eating disorders.

There are multiple causes and emotional conditions that can violate the tranquility and stabilities of a person but the psychotherapy of hand of a diligent professional who focuses his efforts to understand the patient will obtain as a result an incalculable and unquestionable improvement in this one.

The multiple negative emotional burdens and constant exposure to these can cause serious problems of depression and suicidal thoughts, do not let these ideas invade you and visit a health expert so you can receive the timely help you need and find the happiness you need.

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Nicolas Desjardins

Hello everyone, I am the main writer for SIND Canada. I've been writing articles for more than 10 years and I like sharing my knowledge. I'm currently writing for many websites and newspapers. All my ideas come from my very active lifestyle, every day I ask myself hundreds of questions to doctors, specialists, and physicians. I always keep myself very informed to give you the best information. In all my years as a computer scientist made me become an incredible researcher. I believe that any information should be free, we want to know more every day because we learn every day. Most of our medical sources come from Canada.ca and government research. You can contact me on our forum or by email at info@sind.ca.