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A central aspect of healing from trauma involves calming down our emotional brain. It can often be screaming at us in order to get our attention that something is wrong. Specifically, stress is lodged in our nervous system. . . . We feel the effects of our emotional brain trying to communicate with us through sensations in our body, such as migraines or a knot in our stomach associated with anxiety, and so on. Given the power of our brains, specifically the ability of the prefrontal cortex, we can suppress or fight these sensations when they occur, which leads to them worsening as our emotional brain is still trying to get our attention. Fighting with our emotional brain just serves to cause more difficulty in our everyday lives. . . . This is where techniques such as mindfulness, somatic work, breath, movement of the body, healing touch and so on, all used in Mindfulness Based Somatic Therapy, can be very effective. They not only calm down our emotional brain but also help change our attitude towards befriending it in order to heal. . . . #traumatherapy #trauma #wellbeing #somatictherapy #healing #resilience #therapy #therapysession #traumahealing #counseling #counselinglife #therapytraining #psychologicalhealth #mentalhealth #psychologist #mentalhealthsupport #somatic #therapeutictouch #restorativepractices #selfcare #selfgrowth #selflove #mindfulness #mindfulnessmeditation #mindfulliving #hope #counselor #therapist #hopefulness #psychologicalwellbeing
Book 45: there isn’t much point in living a long but sad life. So to compliment my healthy habits i have been studying happiness as well. This was a great read, a fantastic look into how small changes can result in you being significantly happier. @gretchenrubin #bettereveryday #selfimprovement #evolvedhabits #sarnia #healthcoach #happiness #happy #psychologicalhealth #happinessproject #behappy #goodlife
A Therapist can surely provide support and facilitate individual Self-awareness and accountability BUT healing happens in intimate, love and healing relationship Interpersonal neurobiology: our brain changes in our primary relationship. .. . . . . . trauma #traumatized #traumainformed #traumatic #traumatherapy #traumastudies #psychologyfacts #braininfo #sciencefacts #traumatic #therapy #therapist #mentalhealth #traumahealing #mentalhealthawareness #psychologicalhealth #traumasurvivor #psychologystudent #psychologyfact #livingwithtrauma #attachmentinjuries #attachmentwounds #emotionalfocusedtherapy
#معلومات_عامة #تغذية #الصمغ_العربي هو عبارة عن مادّة شفّافة بيضاء تميل إلى البنيّ البرتقاليّ مستخلصة من أغصان وجذوع شجرة تُسمّى "الهشّاب"، تحتوي على الكثير من الموادّ الغذائيّة والخواص الطّبيّة نذكر منها: ✅ المساعدة على الهضم ومعالجة الإمساك المزمن. ✅ يساعد في تكوين الطّبقة المخاطيّة في جدار الأمعاء ويحافظ على نسب السّوائل المثاليّة، كما يحارب المركّبات الصّفراء السّامة فيها. ✅ يحمي من الأورام الحميدة والخبيثة في القولون والأمعاء. ✅ يقلّل من نسبة السّكر في الدّم . ✅ يساعد على إنقاص الوزن لأنّه يقطع الشّهيّة كما يزيد في الأنزيمات الهاضمة للدّهون. ✅ يخفّض ضغط الدّم المرتفع ونسبة الكوليسترول . ✅ يساعد على نمو البكتيريا الحميدة الّتي تخلّص الجسم من البكتيريا المرضيّة. ✅ يقوّي جهاز المناعة في الجسم. #يورو_كلينيك للصّحّة والدّعم النّفسي 📲 905550333777+ 🏥 #اسطنبول - #بيليكديزو - #جمهوريات_محلة - جانب مطعم ليالي شامية - بناء #بايمهل طابق 3 - مكتب 22 #EURO_CLINIC #تغذية #تغذية_صحية #تغذية_علاجية #تركيا #nutrition #nutritionclinic #healthynutrition #therapeutic #children #clinic #adult #clinics #teenagers #teenager #adolescence #psychological #support #psychiatric #treatment #psychologicalhealth #turkey #istanbul
身邊的另一半會不斷埋怨自己?攻擊自己?批評自己? . 不禁會懷疑到底對方是否不夠愛自己?到底自己是否做得不夠好? . 然後我們開始懷疑,對方是否愛自己。 . 抱怨,其實並不代表對方不夠愛,也不代表另一半在無理取鬧。 . 或許這是在提醒我們,其實對方想得到的,剛好跟我們付出的不一致。 . 譬如說,你為他準備了豐富的晚餐,他想要的只是一個簡單的抱抱。週末他為你準備了生日派對,而你想要的只是二人的真情對話,得到他給你的一句讚美。 . 對方的抱怨,其實是給我們一個提醒。在關係中需要更多的好奇心、更多的愛和更多的關心。 . 懂得使用適當的溝通模式是兩性關係的成功元素。 . #psychologicalhealth #心理  #兩性關係  #拍拖 #兩性關係 #分手 #嗌交 #心理健康 #mentalhealth #happiness #wellbeing #psychology #thecorner #connectaroundthecorner #hopeisaroundthecorner
I’ve spent the week catching up on lectures and recapping #macnutritionuni module 1. One of the stand out lectures for me was this one - ‘What is health & what role does nutrition play’ What does health mean to you? I see so many discussion/posts on social media and hear so many people say ‘I’m being ‘’healthy’’, I’m looking for ‘healthy’ recipe ideas, I’m back to exercise /the gym to be ‘healthy’ but what does ‘health’ mean? It’s much more than seeing a number drop on the scales or inch loss on the tape measure. As a nutrition coach does restricting food help your clients health if it promotes obsession with food groups? Does giving a client a meal plan promote health if it doesn’t fit their lifestyle and they end up missing out on important social occasions? The MNU mantra of health ➡️ encompasses all these facets. I’ve found this lecture invaluable. I will be taking on clients next year when I become an insured MNU certified nutritionist and this has given me a greater understanding of what I as a nutrition practitioner should be doing to help my clients achieve their goals. Overall health must be considered. It will help me promote the MNU philosophy of ‘first do no harm’ and practice nutrition with integrity. Anyone practicing nutrition or offering nutrition advice to clients should Always treat each client as an individual and looking at each aspect of their health will allow you to do this. I’ve made some summary notes on each of the health facets ➡️ While each area of health is so important, for me, the area i would love to see promoted more is intellectual health. Being honest and providing evidence based information to help empower clients. Cutting out the pseudoscience and all the bullshit that’s so often promoted as fact by pt’s slimming clubs and nutrition coaches giving clients false information just to keep them coming back and paying another months fee instead of giving them the evidence based facts and empowering them to eventually go it alone with the knowledge to help them continue towards their goals.
WATCH YOUR LANGUAGE! I remember driving in NZ on a motor home adventure and discovering the Cardrona bra fence. I found this quirky tourist attraction quite hilarious & I liked how there was a donation box for breast cancer research. But I did think afterwards how it must be a bit contraversial (possibly offensive) to some people, especially if it challenged their morality or belief system. I even hesitated to post the photo in case it bothered others. Splitting (also called black-and-white thinking or all-or-nothing thinking) is the failure in a person's thinking to bring together the dichotomy of both positive and negative qualities of the self and others into a cohesive, realistic whole.  The individual tends to think in extremes and absolutes, which can be unhelpful & irrational. If you notice that your self talk and words have a tendency towards being rigid, it is worth examining if there is room for a more balanced perspective. Psychological counselling can sometimes assist in teaching skills to assist in balancing your mood, thinking and wellbeing. June Gay Psychologist #psychologistchatswood #psychologydemystified #thinkaboutit #mentalhealthtips #thinkaboutyourthinking #cognitivebehavioraltherapy #irrationalthinking #negativeselftalk #psychologyscience #psychology #instapsychology #psychologicalhealth #cbt #depressionandanxiety #depressionhelp #psychologytip #thinkdifferently #think #evidencebased #contemplate #thinkaboutit #thinkbeforeyoujudge #cognitivereframing #psychologyfact #mentalhealthadvice #wordsmatter #thoughts #watchyourlanguage
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