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Learn About Trauma

Attachment Theory

“There is no such thing as a baby; there is a baby and someone”. - Donald Winnicott (1964) I...

Trauma Informed Yoga

Yoga helps you to re-own your body. Yoga makes it safe to feel things you may be afraid to feel. -Be...

Importance of Maternal Mental Health...

Pregnancy is often both a source of happiness and stress for many expecting mothers. Tending to mate...

Learn About Depression

10 Things to do when you are feeling dow...

Grounding techniquesWhy should you practice grounding techniques?It provides an immediate relief com...

Are you Prone to Depression?

Does our temperament make us prone to Depression? Temperament is a key factor that guides our a...

How to Overcome Negativity Bias ?...

How To Overcome the Bias inherent in our survival brain?Please read What is Negativity Bias in the T...

Body Therapy

What is Music Therapy?

Music Therapy is the use of a music based intervention by a trained professional to achieve a client...

Creating a Safe Place from Fear...

The “safe place” technique:This is a strategy that can help children cope with their fears, and ...

Self Soothing skills

The emotional aftermath of trauma can be seen in symptoms that persist after the trauma has occurred...

Helping Others

What is Validation?

Validation is a key relationship skill for any relationship. But for a person in a mental health cri...

Helping a Loved One through Trauma...

Being a Thunai - Helping a friend through Trauma “Will I ever recover and feel okay?”  she ...

Friendship and mental health

Our friendships are among the most valuable relationships we have. Whilst they are social relationsh...

Talk Therapy

What to look for in a therapist?...

Sometimes the hardest part about anything (including therapy) is figuring out how to get started. Th...

Therapy Myths and Facts

Common misconceptions about what Talk Therapy is includes ideas such as:Therapy doesn't workTherapy ...

How safe is my story?

How safe is my story?Things you should know before reaching out to a Counsellor / TherapistI think I...