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  • Bessel van der Kolk: Restoring Joy and Treating Traumatic Stress
    Trauma victims cannot recover until they become familiar with and befriend the sensations in their bodies. Being frightened means that you live in a body that is always on guard. Angry people live in angry bodies. […]
  • Why do so many people find psychological change so difficult?
    Change, in the brain, is not a rare event, it is the day to day modus operandi. But if that’s the case, why do so many people find psychological change so difficult? If change is so possible, why do some people seem to get more rigid as time passes? […]
  • Anorexia and the “Plastic Paradox”
    Anorexia Nervosa and other eating disorders have the highest mortality rate in all of mental health. Norman Doidge explores a new approach that takes the best of depth psychology psychotherapies and the newest developments in neuroplasticity and brain training. […]
  • Norman Doidge: Why Two Brains?
    Why do we have two different brain hemispheres? And what difference does understanding this make in our lives and in how we treat patients? […]
  • Using Shakespeare to Ease the Trauma of War
    Bessel van der Kolk will introduce a short piece of LIVE theatre at his coming workshops and then open the room up for comment and discussion. […]
  • Janina Fisher: Alienating Oneself
    Janina Fisher explains "splitting" through developments in neuroscience and our ability as humans to dissociate from our emotions to build a more socially acceptable image. […]
  • Marsha Linehan: Interpersonal Effectiveness
    Interpersonal Effectiveness is one of Marsha Linehan's DBT skills which enables individuals to balance priorities, reduce anxiety and live a life worth living. […]
  • Janina Fisher on Memory of Trauma
    Janina Fisher explores the importance of investigating “memory triggering” for a successful treatment outcome when working with trauma clients. […]
  • Bessel van der Kolk: Trauma, the Brain & the Body
    Trauma victims cannot recover until they become familiar with and befriend the sensations in their bodies. Being frightened means that you live in a body that is always on guard. Angry people live in angry bodies. […]
  • Pat Ogden on PTSD
    An Individual with PTSD will often relive the traumatic events through nightmares, flashbacks and can experience feelings of isolation, irritability and guilt, frightening thoughts, numbness and feelings of detachment from others. […]
  • Pat Ogden on Resolving Childhood Trauma
    The language of the body communicates implicit meanings and reveals the legacy of trauma and of early or forgotten dynamics with attachment figures. […]