Healing Anxiety and Depression

How Healing is Accomplished

Click to read Chapter 9: Relationships, Anxiety, and Depression of the e-book published September, 2012, Healing Personal Depression & Anxiety For Good:  The Only Self-Help Solution You'll Ever Need


Healing Personal Psychology presents effective healing strategies for a range of issues from anxiety and depression to psychosis,
in Hard Cover and e-Book editions.


Healing is accomplished quickly using modern therapeutic processes grounded in energy psychology and strategic psychotherapy.

Healing begins when the commitment is made to discover the hidden truth about oneself.

Developing an acquaintance with our shadow or dark side, indirectly observed by the negative characteristics we emotionally react to in others, represents the beginning of healing.

Personal healing requires a willingness and commitment to honesty and truthfulness with oneself and with the therapist.

During the healing process, repressed or forgotten feelings and memories come into awareness, again. These are often associated with conflicts or restrictions in potential. Once conscious, the psychic energy previously used to block conscious awareness of the feeling and memory is freed. Once freed, the memory and feeling lose their energetic charge and recede into the background. The associated issue or problem recedes into the background.

The healing then progresses to deeper layers of the character structure until there is a return to an approximation of what Wilhelm Reich defined as the healthy character type. The toxic nature of society created the unhealthy or neurotic character type. The therapy leads to more resilience and a greater ability to sustain anxiety without splitting off from conscious contact.

Healing is a process that seeks to restore natural healthy functioning. The healthy character type is in control of their defenses, but not controlled by them. Capable of a full range of emotional expression, the healthy character relates to others with respect, honesty, consideration and generosity. He or she reacts with disgust at the exploitation of other human beings and seeks to end it.

The healthy character type is capable of the deepest tenderness. These individuals present with a natural seriousness, natural sense of humor and natural gracefulness. Certainly not stiff or rigid.

When a need emerges, the healthy character reaches out in the environment to satisfy that need in a respectful fashion. This bright-eyed, sensitive character type is basically honest and has the energy to freely give in love relationships; is excited in work and the pursuit of knowledge and is unencumbered by stuck points or impasses associated with the chronic character armor most have accumulated from the early years of interactions with others.

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