7 Deadly Psychological Sins
Day in and day out, people enter Dr. Jennifer Jill Schwirzer’s office with the same problems. Dr. Schwirzer decided to boil those problems down, into what she calls the “7 Deadly Psychological Sins.” These aren’t moral sins per se, but they are things we do that sabotage ourselves, hurt other people, or sabotage our relationships. They are ways in which we dysfunction. The format of her videos will be like this: Dr. Schwirzer will start with an explanation of the sin, then share a “replacement behavior.” It’s futile to just point out problems, there needs to be a positive replacement for those problems. Negative reinforcement stops behavior. Positive reinforcement encourages behavior. If we don’t replace those negative patterns with something positive, then we’re likely to relapse. The replacement behavior will help to substitute that negative behavior, and will hopefully be helpful to you.
38 minVideo duration
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InstructorJennifer Jill Schwirzer, LPC
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Meet the instructor
Jennifer Jill Schwirzer LPC
Jennifer is a graduate of Capella University and has extensive experience in individual and group counseling as well as seminars. She is also a well-published author and has made many public appearances lecturing on the principles of mental health. Jennifer specializes in Christian and wholistic counseling and recovery from eating disorders. She uses an eclectic approach, which includes cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal and motivational interventions.