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23 Sep 2020
What is Acute Stress Disorder? CBT Kenya
What is Acute Stress Disorder? CBT Kenya

What is Acute Stress Disorder? CBT Kenya Acute stress disorder is a mental health condition that can occur immediately after a traumatic event. ASD typically occurs within one month of a traumatic event. It lasts at least three days and can persist for up to one month. People with ASD have symptoms similar to those...

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16 Sep 2020
Why Self-Esteem is important | CBT Kenya
Why Self-Esteem is important | CBT Kenya

Why Self-Esteem is important | CBT Kenya Self-esteem is the way we think about ourselves and the value we place on ourselves. We all criticize ourselves from time to time, but if you often think badly about yourself, you may have low self-esteem. Self-esteem is one of those intrinsic qualities that develop slowly over time....

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13 Aug 2020
WHAT IS COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY (CBT)?
WHAT IS COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY (CBT)?

WHAT IS COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY (CBT)?  By Allen Opiyo  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a key therapy theory with very practical and solution oriented techniques. Each day we have various experiences some we consider good others we consider bad all the same it could lead to myriad of thoughts that sometimes leads you to having sleepless...

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27 Feb 2020
What Does It Mean To Be Clinically Depressed? CBT Kenya
What Does It Mean To Be Clinically Depressed? CBT Kenya

What Is Clinical Depression ( Major Depression)? The term clinical depression is used to describe depression that is not caused by a loss, such as the death of a loved one or a medical condition. It is also known as major depression. Clinical depression is a period of sadness, irritability, or low motivation that occurs...

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18 Oct 2019
Stages of Alcoholism - CBT Kenya
Counselling for problem drinking: Rehab centres in Central Kenya : Stages of Alcoholism – CBT Kenya

Stages of Alcoholism – CBT Kenya Do you have a drinking problem? It is hard for some people to imagine how alcohol could be problematic. For most individuals, alcohol is something to be enjoyed with family and friends, and many of their social activities revolve around eating and drinking But alcohol is a nervous system...

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24 Sep 2019
How can I survive my pregnancy loss? CBT Kenya
How can I survive my pregnancy loss? CBT Kenya

How can I survive my pregnancy loss? CBT Kenya Eight out of ten pregnancies end in miscarriage, the loss of a pregnancy before the 20th week. Even though miscarriage is a common occurrence; it is an undoubtedly painful, sad and lonely experience. Getting over a miscarriage can be very difficult. A positive pregnancy test brings...

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17 Sep 2019
Could multitasking be lowering your productivity? CBT Kenya
Could multitasking be lowering your productivity? CBT Kenya

Could multitasking be lowering your productivity? CBT Kenya Multitasking seems necessary in our hectic lives.  A typical workday is filled with calls, emails, meetings and reports. At the end of the day, we rush to get the shopping done, assist children with homework and squeeze in an exercise session. It seems necessary that we multitask...

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05 Sep 2019
What caused Self-harm, Is it a mental illness? - CBT Kenya
What causes Self-harm, Is it a mental illness? – CBT Kenya

What causes Self-harm, Is it a mental illness? – CBT Kenya What you need to know about self-harm|CBT Kenya Self-harm is a behaviour and not an illness. People self-harm to cope with distress or to communicate that they are distressed. For many people who self-harm, the act of harming themselves is something they try to...

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27 May 2019
Obsessive compulsive disorder condition - CBT Kenya.
Obsessive compulsive disorder condition – CBT Kenya.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder condition – CBT Kenya. Many people have focused thoughts or repeated behaviours. For people with OCD, thoughts are persistent and behaviours are rigid and not doing them causes great distress. OCD often begins in childhood, adolescence or early adulthood; the average age symptoms appear is 19 years old. Symptoms of OCD condition Harm...

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