Episode 1 – Mind Management – The Choice Tree

Do you experience unwanted cognitions, emotions, urges, sensations?
Maybe you’re always stressed, anxious and sometimes struggle with your emotions

Well hopefully we can start to help?

We’ve teamed up with James Wilson from Toulouse Therapy and produced a 4 part video series that can help address some of the common problems most of us face.

Over the 4 episodes we explore the Choice Tree model and how using this model can help us bring more happiness and contentment into our lives.

In this episode we look at:

  • Intro to the Choice Tree Model
  • Two Minds (Choices Mind & Rooted Mind) – Introduce the existence of the two separate minds and how they interact.
  • Unwanted cognitions/emotions/urges/sensations – Discuss some unwanted emotions (i.e. anxiety whilst in a social situation) and thoughts (i.e. “I’m going to make a mistake”).

So grab a seat and tune into Video Episode 1 above

We hope that you enjoyed episode 1 and if you’re feeling in the mood then head over to episode 2.

In episode 2 we look at Rumination (not being able to get a thought out of your head and going over it… over and over and over…). We also look at acceptance and compassion (this is one of the key concepts of a happy and content life!)

As always, if you’ve any questions then please message our facebook page.

Toulouse Therapy

James Wilson

James has  studied and worked in the therapeutic field for the past ten years. Before relocating to France he worked for one of the leading mental health providers in the UK.

During his time with the organisation he was based at a hospital providing therapy to both inpatients and outpatients, in group and one-to-one settings. He has worked extensively with patients struggling with depression, eating disorders and a range of anxiety disorders; including obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety and work-related stress.

The therapy model he specialises in is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Research has shown CBT to be effective in helping people with a range of issues.