Relaxation and stress management techniques include deep breathing, muscle relaxation, and visualization.
Self-administered acupressure (EFT/Emotional Freedom Technique) is easily learned and can reduce anxiety—as well as help with reducing and resolving other unhelpful emotions and thoughts.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is used for relaxation, visualization, and for addressing past events that are related to current difficulties. EMDR seems to help the brain process differently and more efficiently than thinking and talking do. Research shows that EMDR can produce rapid change. A particular protocol enables you to create your own personal visualization for managing challenges and achieving goals.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) teaches you how to recognize and label negative thought patterns and then to replace them with accurate, helpful thoughts.
Internal Family Systems (IFS) operates from the assumption that we all have many parts and that they want the best for us. Through IFS we get to know and appreciate the many aspects of ourselves and enable all the parts of us to work harmoniously.