Internal family systems (IFS) is a psychotherapeutic model through which people are viewed as having a core Self surrounded by multiple inner parts.
Any practice that involves conscious, focused breathing is a form of breathwork. It can be used to help people heal, reduce stress, and promote personal development.
The Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS-21) is a well-established, self-administered instrument with 21 statements that help people define, understand, and measure clinically significant emotional states.
The Anxiety Control Questionnaire (ACQ) is a self-administered tool commonly used by clinicians to measure perceived control, which research has shown predicts the severity of anxiety symptoms and the outcomes of cognitive behavioral therapy.
Sensorimotor psychotherapy is a body-centered therapeutic approach that focuses on identifying and treating the physical symptoms people experience as a result of unresolved trauma.
Bilateral stimulation, drawing from EMDR therapy, is sometimes referred to as “resource installation” or “resource tapping” and is a method of processing traumatic memories and recalling and strengthening resources.
NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) Therapy focuses on the connection between people’s biological and psychological development. It seeks to show the effect of difficulty connecting to others on a person’s psychological, physiological, and relational experiences.
Emotional self-care can encompass any actions you take to cope with stress, express emotions, and foster positive feelings about life.