Accessing and Responding to Feelings

One of the major contributors to a person’s suffering is not being able to recognize, accurately, the feelings they are having. One role of the therapist is to help the client to simply notice and then identify the feelings they are having without pushing them away. In this video we review the six biologically rooted emotions that every person has, what their functions are, and suggest a new way of looking at our emotional experiences more akin to a life compass we need to take note of as opposed to something to ignore and run away from.

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