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  • The Mind Body Foundation


We start learning from the time we are born (some evidence shows that we begin learning even before that, in our mother’s womb).

Learning is multi-faceted which shapes into beliefs. Our beliefs influence most of our emotions and behaviors.

In order to grow, we need to look inward and understand the beliefs from which we are acting. Therapy plays a facilitative role here by helping clients gain awareness.


· Fears

· Faulty thinking patterns – e.g. I’m not good enough,

· Self-defeating beliefs – e.g. - I should be able to do it all without any help or self-care, - Glorifying overworking,

· Unhelpful ways of coping – e.g.- Binge-watching shows,


The belief ‘Seeking help is a sign of weakness’.

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