Alternative to conventional therapy, Mr. Amoroso’s unique and effective goal oriented approach to short-term psychotherapy allows his patients to use logic and self-awareness to recognize the underlying cause of their immediate challenges. This action based therapy offers a concrete surface to work from and achievable goals to work towards. Mr. Amoroso places great emphasis on a morally and ethically based practice with a strong focus on mindfulness, acceptance, and the connection between the body and soul is aimed at providing real time psychotherapy for real time, problem solving application.
Goals are unique as finger prints no two people work toward their goals in the same way. Goals can be tangible as “I want to learn how to become more assertive” or the goal can be more abstract such as I want to reduce feelings of depression and anxiety. The art of setting and achieving goals starts with an identified goal. The goal must be clear agreed upon by the client and achievable, ways to measure the success of a goal must also be identified.
Mindfulness is a state of active open attention on the present. When you are mindful you carefully observe your thought and feelings without judging them good or bad. Instead of letting your life pass you by, mindfulness means living in the moment and awakening to your current experience rather than dwelling on the past or anticipating the future.