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The philosophical basis for cognitive therapy goes back to the Stoic Philosophers who taught that it is not the external event that causes our distress, but rather our perception or interpretation of the event that is distressing.

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  hyden69 on 2012-10-30
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Will you pl. Elaborate what do you wana say,bc the heading of the topic and the matter under the topic is incoherent.
bapu4 last decade

I think this is a way to put an 'advertisement' on the ABC
without paying for it and not breaking rules.

Actually the founder of Cognitive Therapy- had huge
emotional problems he could not express. So he figured out
a system for the MIND-which is only a small part of the
health picture. So we have some good things in Cognitive
Therapy but then if Emotional is not healed the person then
has to constantly over- rule their emotions with their mind,
which is not total healing.

Homeopathy can address the emotions and release them,
and I do not know any other medicine system that can do this.
Bodywork can do it, Yoga and Tai chi can do it etc but
they are not easy and not 'medicine'.
simone717 last decade
Thanx Simone!
bapu4 last decade
Thanks for the explanation.
As a Behavioural Scientist myself, I know that there is a constant conflict going on since the time immemorial as to, which comes first Thoughts or the feelings.

Over the practice of 50 years I have understood that both are equally important.
In my opinion the feeling & emotions come first ( as facilitator) to create the awareness & realisation in one's self & having understood the mental state of Psyche the thoughts & thinking processes come in to make an action plan to rectify the state of affairs.
Cognitive therapy is very much a needed thing in chalking out this action plan but may not be of much use for identifying the issues.
Homoeopathy & Bach's flowers, of course,do play a very important role in rectifying the behaviour.
But all this will work ONLY when one has a willingness & strong desire to change.
My apologies for my infrequent visits to the forum, due to my very busy schedule & fast aging process.
With loving regards
daktersaab last decade
Homeopathic symptoms are cognitive in nature. Therefore case taking is of utmost importance.
kadwa last decade
Dr. Saab- nice to see you back on- miss your posts.
really hope the 'fast' aging process turns into
the speed of a turtle-read up about people in
the 'blue zones' of the world- full of the healthy
100 year olds.

This is a very interesting subject to me. I was reading articles
this year on how the amygdala works and how it stores the
'emotions' from day1- cognitive is not operational then-
fear emotions have different memory neuron set ups around them.
This has to be for our 'survival' so it is why the fear memories
are so hard to damp down and not control the physical. Whether
we had 'cognitive ability or not.' This amygdala area is tied to the
vision. So to me this is why the EMDR - 'eye movement desensitization
reprocessing works on War Vets, trauma victims. etc.

They have done a study with mice, with fear memories, dyed the amygdala
and seen that neuron networks are more set up around this area due
to the fear. They injected an enzyme to break up the neuron networks
and the mice became more juvenile and forgot the fear easier. However
they discoverd that mice still needed other therapy to extinguish the
fear triggers, which meant that memories formed at the time of
trauma were still charged different.

Makes me wonder about using a sarcode on the amygdala.

Links are EMDR- eye movement therapy see-

'brain proteins make fear last' ( amygdala)
simone717 last decade

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