• OCTOBER 20, 2015

    Whatifing

    “What if I lose my job?” “What if I can’t pay my rent?’ “What if my car breaks down and I can’t afford to repair it?” “What if I can’t pay for my electricity?” The what-ifs were being fired at me at an increasingly faster rate. Simone was clearly getting more and more anxious as

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    • SEPTEMBER 13, 2016

    What It Feels Like to Die

    Jennie Dear, Sep 9, 2016 – The Atlantic My mother and I sat across from the hospice nurse in my parents’ Colorado home. It was 2005, and my mother had reached the end of treatments for metastatic breast cancer. A month or two earlier, she’d been able to take the dog for daily walks in

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    • JUNE 4, 2016

    What Is EMDR?

    A Guide For Clients by The EMDR Association of Australia Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a powerful psychological treatment that has been used effectively for over 20 years in a variety of international settings and cultures with many different types of psychological distress. What Kinds Of Problems Can EMDR Treat? Scientific research has

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    • JUNE 4, 2016

    Watch “The surprisingly dramatic role of nutrition in mental health |

    Julia Rucklidge | TEDxChristchurch” Video at TEDxTalks http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/The-surprisingly-dramatic-role  

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    • JUNE 4, 2016

    Understanding the Effects of Trauma: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

    By Lynn Margolies, Ph.D., PsychCentral The essential psychological effect of trauma is a shattering of innocence. Trauma creates a loss of faith that there is any safety, predictability, or meaning in the world, or any safe place in which to retreat. It involves utter disillusionment. Because traumatic events are often unable to be processed by

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