April 12, 2018

Read This Definite Guide to Resolving Emotional Issues

By Bobby Kushner / April 12, 2018

GUELPH, ONT. – Therapists suggest counseling to those failing to resolve emotional issues. However, a Canadian writer suggests overcoming these issues yourself and using his handbook “Behavioural Therapy” to do it.

“Behavioural Therapy” provides tangible skills for resolving problem behaviours and stressful life events.

The handbook is based on dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), a behavioral therapy developed by Marsha Linehan in the 1980’s.

Canadian public relations and screen writer, Bobby Kushner wrote the handbook to
focus more on the practice of DBT skills through mental visualizations.

For example, it instructs readers to mentally visualize themselves using the learned DBT skills in specific problem situations then urges them to rehearse daily those mental visualizations until the visualized reactions become instinctive responses to the problem situations.

“I wanted to stress this point throughout the handbook,” Kushner says. “because DBT skills will be nonexistent during crisis if readers attempt using them when only in crisis.”

Kushner also created the 64-page handbook to be a free therapy alternative to the many counseling programs and DBT guides failing to meet expectations.

Most counseling sessions lack meaningful results, Kushner says. “Most result in open ended discussions about one’s life not in tangible solutions to issues.” 

Also the majority of DBT guides are misleading interpretations of the original manual by Marsha Linehan, Kushner says. “Take deep breaths. Count to 10 before reacting. Keep yourself busy when down. These cliches are often suggested by counseling programs and DBT guides as primary solutions to problems. What a disservice to those in crisis!”

Currently, the ebook version of “Behavioural Therapy” is available free of cost on Bobby Kushner’s website www.bobbykushner.com.

Bobby Kushner is a public relations and screenplay writer. For four years, he has studied multiple manuals on human relations and clinical psychology.

Kushner has also written a handbook called “Technical Writing.”

He is an advocate for secondary and post-secondary curricula being self contained.

“Secondary and higher education programs need to be complete in themselves for acquiring skills,” Kushner said. “not just a means for learning skills elsewhere.”

The 34-year-old writer currently lives in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.

For more information about “Behavioural Therapy,” contact Bobby Kushner

.. Email: kushnerbobby@gmail.com

.. Phone: 905.592.2468


Courtesy of Bobby Kushner

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