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Trauma: The Window Of Tolerance

The Window of Tolerance is so useful to know; both for the client and for the therapist.  It shows the areas where the client may be in their state of being, showing the behaviours they are displaying and matching them … Continue reading

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How the brain works…yes yours!!

I found this poster from:    nicabm (National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine.) I found it really interesting and useful for my everyday life. Knowing a little about what’s going on inside, helps to realise that we are … Continue reading

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Relationships

Relationship workshops. Can’t emphasise how much this could change your perspective on how you will deal with relationships and how much it could help you. With the understanding of how it all works and the practice in the groups, it … Continue reading

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OCD: an anxiety based condition

obsession – where your mind is overwhelmed by a constant obsessive fear or concern, such as the fear your house will be burgled anxiety – the obsession provokes a feeling of intense anxiety and distress compulsion – you then adopt a pattern of compulsive behaviour to reduce … Continue reading

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anxiety and panic I love this website; so informative…

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Coping with Anxiety

According to Bandura’s (1988) research into Social cognitive theory, how much a person feels in control of dealing with a potential threat is linked to whether they feel anxious or not. It is the perception of the match that causes … Continue reading

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