Welcome to the Center for Emotional Restructuring
Home of Clinical Biopsychology based on the Cortical Column Brain Code Theory
Do You Struggle With Emotional Difficulties?
- Thinking logically yet still unable to control your feelings?
- Trouble sleeping?
- Crying spells?
- Self-destructive thoughts?
- Baseless feelings of guilt?
- Compulsive behavior?
Do You Struggle With Relationship Difficulties?
- Authority figures?
Can You Identify With These Thoughts?
- Why does everybody hate me?
- Why don't people treat me as kindly as I treat them?
- Why can I never please my parents?
- My parents always favored my older brother.
- Everyone takes advantage of me.
- I can't do it.
- Everyone thinks I'm ugly and stupid. I guess I am.
If you answered yes to any of these things, we can help you. Clinical psychologist Robert A. Moss, Ph. D., ABN, ABPP, offers a system of psychological treatment to the Greenville, South Carolina, area. He has also published books and developed an Audio CD set for those not able to recieve treatment in the center.
Dr. Moss anitcipates he will begin scheduling a limited number of appointments on Saturdays in the near future. Robert A. Moss employs a system called Clinical Biopsychology (CB), a significant new assessment and treatment approach for mood disorders and relationship difficulties that can require marital counseling. One component, Emotional Restructuring, has proven clinically helpful to individuals struggling with mood disorders such as anxiety, depression and post traumatic stress disorder; physical problems affected by stress, and unresolved grief. Relationship difficulties (marital, workplace, sibling, parent/child) can benefit from this treatment method as well especially marital counseling. Medication-neutral, the approach has proven beneficial to patients under medication or lengthy psychotherapy, as well as patients not taking medication. Treatment can lead to lasting improvement for many people in 6 to 10 sessions.
Finally, know why you feel as you do...
In contrast to the popular, but poorly defined chemical imbalance theory, the Clinical Biopsychological approach involves an assessment and a clear explanation of the brain's involvement in relational or emotional problems, and why this particular approach can lead to lasting improvement. Emotional Restructuring is unique in its tight integration from brain model through clinical methods.
...and learn how to overcome negative feelings
Refined and tested over two decades of development, Clinical Biopsychology works to help individuals deal effectively with negative emotional memories, change their emotional aspect of thinking and aid them to align emotional reactions with the more rational thinking processes. Emotional Restructuring is based on the premise that when a person can feel differently about various situations, it is possible to react differently and in a more rational manner.