The window of tolerance (Dan Seigel, 2010) became such an important concept for me when working with dysregulation and trauma. It refers to the zone of optimal arousal (not too
After experiencing the death of a loved one, it can be very difficult to imagine finding a way through the emotions you are feeling. Grief is often described as a
Beyond the buzzword: MINDFULNESS, and how the practice of it can lead to more positive mental health, happiness, and connection.
It’s no secret that the use of the word “mindfulness” has exploded in the last decade, but along with this increase in popularity has come an increase in misperception –
Today, many of us are constantly connected in some way through technology in the form of cell phones, computers and social media. We are increasingly interacting through “tech talking” and
Social Worker? Psychotherapist? Counsellor? Psychologist? Therapist? Psychiatrist? What’s the Difference?
So you’ve decided that you would like to get some support and are ready to seek therapy. Who should you see? A Social Worker? Psychotherapist? Counsellor? Psychologist? Therapist? Psychiatrist? As