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Day 10 question about therapy types

Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by niles, Sep 30, 2020.

  1. niles

    niles Newcomer

    I am currently in DBT therapy, I started it about 6 months ago. So far I have not found it to be helpful for my pain, depression, or anxiety. I was wondering if there's a certain type of therapy that people have found to be helpful with TMS specifically?
  2. Baseball65

    Baseball65 Beloved Grand Eagle

    After reading Sarno I was left with a huge reservoir of awakened rage and it wasn't until I went into regular old Cognitive behavioral therapy with the intent of hunting down the ragemakers that I got any respite from myself. Just acknowledging all of the cognitive dissonance was enough to stop the noise. There was a yawning chasm between what I wanted to believe and what I really believed....and another one between what I was doing in my life and the reasons for it. Kind of sleepwalking.

    It is/was always hidden things I am 'OK' with. In retrospect it is totally obvious to me now why I got my symptoms when I did and in the Job/family/professional/recreational/creative place I was in. Believe it or not, getting over TMS was really "what am I NOT feeling that maybe I should?"...so talking about how I feel is only a starting point

    Any therapy for TMS will need to be directed at raising ones awareness about their anger. Conscious and unconscious.

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