Posts filed under: Mindfullness

The more I work with clients, the more that I realize that I am often striving a balance between understanding one’s inner speech and their ability to be present. To be more specific; it is important to increase your cognitive...
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You might hear mindfulness in terms as the new buzz word in the counselling field. There are many definitions out there and its origins date back to earliest Buddhist history. To be mindful is to really be aware of your...
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As we continue to discover new and helpful approaches to deal with such issues as depression, suicide, and complex disorders including Borderline Personality Disorder; it’s refreshing to find a behaviour therapy perspective such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy or (DBT).  This...
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Spirituality, mindfullness are both words we here a lot in society and the counselling field is no exception. Where I have found these two well used words to be useful is to find meaning in each. In spirituality, I am...
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