Awareness Integration Theory Case Report: Therapeutic Intervention for Anxiety and Depression in a Transexual Male College Student
AIT has been found to successfully reduced anxiety symptoms in clients diagnosed with generalized anxiety and other disorders. One clinical psychotherapist’s case report about a 19-year-old Caucasian transexual male college student with above-average intelligence is presented. Client had previously been
Awareness Integration: A Non-Invasive Recovery Methodology in Reducing College Students’ Anxiety, Depression, and Stress
The purpose of this study is to further understand and mitigate stress and anxiety among college students in addition to finding new evidence based approach to address the source of these stressors. College students, predominantly freshmen are subject to stress
Awareness Integration (AI) is a new model in the field of psychotherapy which synthesizes numerous concepts from cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and body-mind theories. AI aims to enhance self-awareness, increase self-esteem, release past traumas and psychological blocks, reduce symptoms of anxiety
The primary goal of this case presentation is to illustrate the effectiveness of the Awareness Integration (AI) Model on lowering anxiety symptoms in clients. Assessment, conceptualization, and intervention methods related to the AI model will be included in this discussion.
Awareness Integration: An Alternative Therapeutic Methodology to Reducing Depression, Anxiety, While Improving Low Self Esteem and Self-Efficacy in Separated or Divorced Individuals
In recent years, particularly since the mid 1950 , divorce has become a common practice and strategy for couples, whose marital relationship have reached a disequilibrium. At this point, couples have the option to sever the relationship, leave problems behind,