Studying, family, work, projects, reports and life in general can all be quite stressful. At times, especially around deadlines and important events, stress can feel overwhelming and the desire to stay motivated and concentrated may wane a bit. But why is this? What is stress? A little bit of stress is a good thing. It … More Struggling with Managing Stress?
Of the four components of the EBT check-in, decentering seems to be the one that most people struggle with initially. This is the part of the check-in where you “throw a cell up into the air” and warmly observe yourself, without any judgement or any criticism. Not only can it be tricky to be able … More The EBT Check-in Tool Explained – Decentering (Warmly Observing Yourself)
In Emotional Brain Training (EBT), the check-in tool is used at least 10 times a day to assist the user in calming the emotional brain (limbic system, amygdala, hippocampus) and connecting the two brains together (the thinking brain and the emotional brain), thus supplementing the rewiring process. Although it is a fairly easy tool to … More The EBT Check-in Tool Explained – Diaphragmatic Breathing