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The psycho-social stage theory couples with cognitive therapy that focuses on rational and irrational beliefs to produce a lasting change in maladaptive beliefs. The focus of the processes of maladaptive development and irrational belief systems also contribute to a lack of meaning or a meaning that is harmful to the individual's healthy image of himself or herself. The focus on self-development raises awareness of tendencies and biases that the individual holds. A transition to current irrational and rational beliefs direct the individual toward change, and the concluding treatment with an emphasis on providing a meaning and purpose for the individual to understand the events of life allow for a lasting solution for the individual to be able to maintain the changes that had been created as a result of the therapeutic process. The approach also provides flexibility that allows for the approach to be adapted to address cultural awareness and identity while allowing for non-discriminatory treatment of women through the same approach.
About the Author
Thomas Hodge is a native of everywhere and nowhere all at the same time. He holds Bachelors of Arts and a Masters of Arts in Psychology. He has focused his research on Anxiety and the Treatment of Anxiety. In addition to scholarly studies, he served seven years in the US Army seeing the effects of Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder first hand. He has lived in examined how individuals handle and treat anxiety in various cultures including the United States, Europe, Far East and the Middle East. He has seen, survived, and helped others cope with mental disorders all over the world.