Behaviour Activation And Depression Behavioural activation is a type of therapy that helps people overcome depression by encouraging them to engage in activities that they find enjoyable or rewarding. It's…
In this article, we'll explore why trauma management exercises are important and how they can help you manage the effects of trauma.
In this blog, we talk a little about trauma and dive into a guide to treatment options and how these treatments can help you heal from trauma.
Anxiety and sleep are two closely related aspects of our lives that can have a significant impact on each other. Anxiety can have a profound effect on the quality of our sleep, while lack of sleep can exacerbate anxiety symptoms
In this blog, Exploring the Link Between Trauma and Anxiety, we explore the relationship between trauma and anxiety, including the causes and effects and how individuals can seek help and support.
In this blog, we will take a closer look at what really causes trauma to get stuck in the nervous system. We'll explore the biological reasons we are so susceptible to trauma and learn that those same reasons hold the key to healing trauma. And finally, we'll briefly outline the present and future of effective trauma treatment from a patient-centered, practical and human perspective. But first, a bit of science is essential to set the stage.
How alpha brain waves help with anxiety - What are alpha brain waves? And how can we increase them to help with anxiety?
An amygdala hijack is a term used to describe a sudden and overwhelming emotional response that is triggered by a perceived threat. So what are some of the symptoms of an amygdala attack? and how can we prevent them from happening?
Stress and our limbic system - What is the limbic system? How does stress impact it and what are some things we can do to reduce this impact?
Healthcare and Medical treatments are truly amazing gifts. For most of us, it's hard to imagine a world without access to quality healthcare. If you injure yourself or develop a major disease, there is zero doubt that 'treatment' is the wisest first (and possibly last) stop. Yet it's worth asking whether the same principles always apply to healing PTSD and Anxiety - Is Treatment the Answer?