COUNSELING HOW RELEVENT IS IT TODAY

26 Mar

COUNSELING HOW RELEVENT IS IT TODAY

WHAT IS THAT IN TODAYS WORLD?
By: Paul D. Hudon
Contact: phudon77@gmail.com – 1-250-921-5502
We have many people who put themselves out there as guidance counselors, or psychologist, or even psychiatrist, who do not have any knowledge about counseling. They asked the question but are unable to fathom the source of the answer. Their understanding of the human mind is all from books, memorized facts that are no longer in evidence as truth. They live in a box if the experts; quote or unquote say this, they never question.
One must have almost a soul-mate relationship with the person, you counsel. You must have love and apathy for his or her feelings and read them well by asking the right questions. Even with this candid ability you must ponder and think about what the person is saying, and put a question or two for comprehensibility.
There is no room for any sign of hate toward your patients’, or displaying denigrating comments of his or her character. Destroying the ego will not cure anybody of anything, now to build up a person you must show him or her SELF-WORTH.
Now the psychiatrist relies mostly on drugs to treat the cause. They have no counseling skills, and in most cases, their patients’ are only targets to practice different medication on with no knowledge of what is happening in the body. Many of their patients’ are subject to many medications changed on a whim, with really no actual knowledge of its value to the patients.’ They have very few skill on one on one counseling. The drugs are not a healing balm. It is only a bandage that does not fix the problem. Now all too many times the side effects are more dangerous, than in the belief of its cures. Now many times it compounds the problem and the patients’ shows no improvement. The symptoms are often more the accumulation of the problem, and what was to be a healing balm, is a fallacy and a big sham.
Now I was in a community that was a mecca, and a haven for mental patients’ and many showed no sign of any improvement, if there somewhat ordered and organized before, they became sloven and unkempt. I walked through quite a few homes and found all kinds of garbage and dirty clothes all over the floor of every room. There was no evidence of any laundering. The people, because they were so drugged up, had no energy to do these chores, so for them, procrastination was the norm. The people were also dirty and unkempt. Now the drugs were to help them, but they showed no real improvement. These people alluded to the fact the psychiatrist only counseled them for about ten minutes at the most. Now mental health workers were mostly incompetent and without feeling, and it was just a job to them.
Now I have proven that many times well-regimented diets can do more good than all the drugs in the world.
One is to study the self, yet we as a society never teach our children to think around their problems in many cases. Now our education system does not teach the art of thinking; it shows memory with no knowledge of how to think about the problem. They illustrate the process of copy and recite, and memorize facts and all too often are not in evidence or are no longer in evidence. What was true ten years ago may not stand up as a truth today.
By Owen Kelly Ph.D. – Reviewed by a board certified physician. Updated February 28, 2016 – Question: Is There an OCD Cure? – Answer:
As with all forms of mental illness, there is no known OCD treatment. While medication can reduce or even eliminate the symptoms of OCD Obsessive–compulsive disorder if you stop taking the drug it is likely that your symptoms will return. Likewise, while psychotherapy can be very effective, if you stop using the techniques you have learned your symptoms may worsen again.
Authors comment, this is true only because of improper counseling, and lack of monitoring the progress. Now if the patients can be made to see the value of these techniques and can put them into play every day. Now if he or she sees the benefits, they will be regimented in doing them day in and day out. No different that body building exercise, these are mined building activity.
As such, OCD the thinking is a chronic illness meaning that much like diabetes or epilepsy; it is something you will have to work on managing every day.
Although it can initially be difficult to accept, having a chronic illness like OCD requires you to shift your focus from a final OCD cure to managing and coping with symptoms and yet they neglect a nutritious diet.
The author’s comment, we are never given something that is not for our good, if we learn to cope and study things that will aid us in our management of the problem. Now we become a better us, both mentally and health-wise, and if we could look at it as being a blessing which it can be. Now If we strive to moderate the obsessiveness, and the compulsiveness and see how we can work it into using it to modify our lives with it. We can accomplish a lot of benefits but one must study the self, and we can find ways to use the condition to our help.
Now I have three examples of three people who had Autism or Asperger’s Madam Curie, Einstein, and Bill Gates and became great producers in this society. Amadeus Mozart also had Asperger’s, look what he gave us.
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The good news is that there are effective treatments available, and while every treatment does not work for every person, most people can get significant relief of their symptoms using a combination of medication(s) and psychotherapy. For those who are unable to find relief using standard treatments, new therapies in the form of deep brain stimulation are on the horizon.
Authors Note: Using these deep probes or brain stimulation is not wise, now if we can teach the person to bring their thinking into captivity, and ordering them through capturing them and order them to desist. Yes, we can manage what we think. We have a power of attorney over our mind. (Now Back to quote.)
There are also some helpful strategies that you can use to cope with OCD.
Finally, although it can be frustrating to realize that there is currently no OCD cure, it may be helpful to think about the way you relate to your symptoms. Although unpleasant, anxiety is a very necessary part of life – it can help keep us safe and make us motivated to take action when there is a problem.
Another comment by the author of this article, now to be sedated by drugs leaves the human mind, less able to cope. A spirited mind can think around every situation and is much more able to cope. Now yes there are other strategies we can use, but doctors prefer to use drugs, and I know of several patients, who have been on as many as twenty different medications and no apparent sign of success, or why the so many changes. Now that is all they are to the doctors, just a money-making clients, and treated as such because of the big pharmaceutical kickbacks. If drugs are so successful why the change of medication every six or seven weeks? (Back to the quote)
Indeed, living a life free from anxiety is unrealistic and, in fact, would probably be a little annoying. The more you can learn to accept and integrate stress into your life – while at the same time learning new skills to deal with anxiety other than with compulsions – the easier it will be to cope with it.
Now in the above quote, with some of it, I agree with other points I disagree. I have interspersed my comments throughout. Now I agree with the last paragraph. Now about anxiety, it is a good thing if it causes you to think and also to be able to eradicate the thought from your conscious mind, those that do not serve us we learn how to drop them. We can stop thinking about an anxiety just by ordering it out of our mind. We have that power I call it taking every thought into captivity. You are the master of your thinking, and you can eliminate an idea that is not conducive to your daily plans. I repeat if it does not serve you drop it. Now you may have to say something like this it works for me, I will not tolerate that thought, you will stop, and you will leave. Now, at first it may take ten times of saying this to be rid of that idea, but after many practices of doing this, it will leave after just one ordering it out. Now, this is a practice that must put into effect every day, day in and day out.
Now every thought had a purpose and used every time this principle that I call S.T.O.P. Now I repeat, Study, Think. (Meditate) Organize, and Prioritize the thinking. When we place importance on some thinking over another, we prioritize it in importance and drop the thought that does not serve us. I repeat we can order thoughts to cease. Now This is an art that we must develop over time. It is never taught to our children so they have scattered emotional energies that can be very destructive if not gathered at the bud.
I include some links for you to check out, view the side effects of the drug. https://www.drugs.com/clozapine.html
A second link:
https://www.drugs.com/seroquel.html
Check these two out all side effects, the last one Seroquel is banned in the United States and is still widely used in Canada and Australia, while the company in the USA is losing large sums of money in law suits with even billions of lost revenue. So they are pouring these drugs into other countries and not informing the band in existence in the USA.
The powers to be in Canada feel that the end justifies the means especially when the doctors are getting big kickbacks from the drug companies.
Now I am here to say that the psychiatrist is not, and I repeat healing their patients’ and most of the people on this medication show no signs of getting better, and are listless and aimless in their pursuit of life, none can function well enough to hold down a job.
Most of the medication that almost all of the people are on keeps them listless and tired and sleeping more than thirty hours per day. There is no way they can hold down a job. Now the mental health will not allow anyone in the community to help these individuals.
Why consider residential treatment for bipolar disorder? What is bipolar disorder and what are the symptoms of bipolar disorder? How does an integrated treatment team approach work in treating bipolar disorder? How does psychiatrist treatment in an open setting work? These are questions that I ask all the time but do not have space here to address them. Research them for yourself. Now their integrated system does not, and is not working. Watch for a blog on these question.
Now in my observation of the work done in this small British Columbia town, there was the failure all around, all they do is medicate the problem, and walk away from the problem, and when they should be teaching healthy eating habits, and make sure that the client is receiving proper nutrition. Now, most of these people with the illness are on a very limited budget and cannot get food that is nutritious. They visit food banks and the food they receive is second-rate and mostly carbohydrates to fill the stomach and limited in nutrition. Much of this food is stale dated, in as much as it fills the stomach they receive little nutrition. Most doctors and health care workers do not know what right food dieting is and how to accomplished the same.
There is little or no sustenance of the five food groups so that the nutrition is lacking and the body that needs all the nutrition required for proper health is lacking. So this lack of all the necessary nutrients, the body is found over fed and under nourished and malnutrition is the end results. Now a body in a malnutrition state cannot be healthy.

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