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Two Types of Awareness

Two Types of Awareness

Posted Feb 17th, 2019 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

Norman Farb, PhD, a psychology professor at University of Toronto describes two fundamental types of self awareness - experiential and narrative.

You can experience the world through your narrative circuitry,...

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Challenging Our Limiting Beliefs

Challenging Our Limiting Beliefs

Posted Feb 8th, 2019 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

We are capable of so much more...

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Terrified to Trust

Terrified to Trust

Posted Dec 28th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

We are terrified to make ourselves vulnerable.

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Fixed vs Growth Mindset

Fixed vs Growth Mindset

Posted Dec 23rd, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

A growth mindset thrives on challenge and sees failure as a springboard for growth.

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What Makes Psychotherapy Successful?

What Makes Psychotherapy Successful?

Posted Nov 25th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

Someone who listens well, empathizes, is responsive and can empower the client

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Repairing Trauma

Repairing Trauma

Posted Nov 11th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

There are two parts of the brain, one part holds memory and the other detects threat.

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Breaking Free From the Shadow

Breaking Free From the Shadow

Posted Nov 4th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

Our shadow holds our unattended and not-yet-illuminated conditioning.

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Could Paintings Make You Feel Better?

Could Paintings Make You Feel Better?

Posted Oct 28th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

The time has come to recognise the powerful contribution the arts can make to our health and wellbeing.

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Decision Making as a Couple

Decision Making as a Couple

Posted Sep 18th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

Make decisions as a couple easier, with less arguing.

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The Brain at Work

The Brain at Work

Posted Sep 9th, 2018 in Mental Health, Depression, Shame

Our Instinctual brain often 'drives the bus.'

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