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Understanding and effectively managing anger is a challenge for many of us. How can we use it to empower and focus our efforts, yet let it go as a poison within? This three-part series is a condensed yet effective bio-psycho-social approach to anger management that has been effectively applied in th…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
The mood instability associated with Bipolar or Manic Depressive Disorder is a concerning and often misunderstood symptom of emotional distress impacting families, job stability, and quality of life. While medication can be essential, comprehensive cure does not always come in a pill. The mood stabi…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Dr. Coyle perceives sexual/ physical/emotional abuse to be the most extreme of all human violence and suffering. This comprehensive, yet highly compacted bio-psycho-social approach to the resolution of abuse issues combines the building or rebuilding of the self (through coordination with the Self-e…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Our world is filled with substances and behaviors we can become addicted to. This is a comprehensive and innovative bio-psycho-social approach to addictions problems using an enhanced version of the Transtheoretical Model for Change. Dr. Coyle breaks this difficult challenge into manageable parts su…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Our world is filled with substances and behaviors we can become addicted to. This is a comprehensive and innovative bio-psycho-social approach to addictions problems using an enhanced version of the Transtheoretical Model for Change. Dr. Coyle breaks this difficult challenge into manageable parts su…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Saying no, standing up for yourself without violating the rights of others, and holding your ground are difficult challenges for millions of people. Avoiding conflict by appeasing others and seeking approval inevitably compromises self-esteem. Dr. Coyle describes a practical and powerful bio-psycho-…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
You must be alive to have choice. Suicide and other emotional crises, such as homicide, substance use and psychosis, are common to medical and psychological practice. Dr. Coyle describes a practical approach to risk management via education and discussion with caregivers. This psychoeducational pres…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Effective emotional growth and healing can only occur in an atmosphere of safety and security. The threats and dangers that stem from abuse may be severe, even lethal. It is in self-esteem and confidence where their, perhaps, greatest toll is experienced. Dr. Coyle takes a systematic, reassuring, an…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
The second leading cause of death in our society is poor diet and exercise. Obesity and unhealthy inactivity is quickly overcoming smoking as the leading cause of death. These problems have been described as an epidemic yet the sensitivity of these problems is extreme. Far beyond another fad diet, D…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Our society's obsession with food is killing us. From anorexia to bulimia to compulsive eating leading to obesity, it seems we are contradictorily eating or starving ourselves to death. Our conflict is evident even in our habits as consumers such that cookbooks and diet books alike routinely top the…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
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Enhancing relationships, including making friends and nurturing friendships, is one of the most essential tasks in the development of a healthy self. It is through relationships, especially trusted friendships, that we are reflected or mirrored back to ourselves for self-assessment, insight, and gro…
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
Nothing depletes energy for emotional growth as much as being stuck in guilt or shame. Dr. Coyle highlights the potential power of temporary experiences of guilt and shame but also explains how paralyzing these can be if they are left unresolved. He considers effective resolution of guilt and shame …
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29.05.2015 · From Dr. Brent R. Coyle, MD
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