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The Importance of Connection and Empathy

Human beings are innately social creatures. From the very beginnings of humanity, people have congregated in groups, relying on one another for food, shelter and survival. Despite the world seeming more connected with phones, video calls, and social media, people are reporting higher levels of loneliness than ever. Why Is Connection Important? Connection is something

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Understanding Attachment Styles

Everybody is different in their relationships. Some people are aloof and seem distant, whereas others cling more tightly. The way people act in relationships is according to their attachment style – their specific way of relating to others in relationships. There are four different attachment styles, each influencing how people behave in romantic and platonic

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How Internal Family Systems Work

How Internal Family Systems Work

Internal family systems therapy (IFS) is a highly effective form of therapy developed by Dr. Richard Schwartz. The core principle of IFS is that the mind is made up of multiple different personalities – or families – that take on different roles. Concepts of Internal Family Systems Therapy The core concept of IFS is that

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Could Psychedelics Be the Future for Addiction and Mental Health Treatment?

The conversation surrounding psychedelics has opened up in recent years.  As new research shows that substances such as mescaline, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), and psilocybin produce beneficial effects in those struggling with addiction and mental health conditions alike, they are being destigmatized as life-threatening drugs and recontextualized as the new frontier of modern medicine. But

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Treating Trauma With Technology – The Birth of the PhysioCam

Guest blog from Benjamin Fry Trauma is a mental health problem. Isn’t it? Not everybody would agree: Peter Levine’s famous quote is that “trauma is in the body and not in the event.” Therefore, there is something not simply ‘mental’ about it. Nonetheless, in the real world, where insurance, government policy, regulation, and red tape

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