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Compassion Fatigue

One of the greatest strengths that you have to bring to your occupation- your capacity to develop a compassionate connection with your clients-is also your greatest vulnerability. Most of us became... Read more

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Empathic Concern. What is it?

“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” After two years of a life-changing slog in full PPE, the practices that have looked on this time as an opportunity to change the way we manage our... Read more

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Ukraine War and How It Affects Us

Just as we were getting over Covid…………………… Putin messes it all up. Most of us were affected emotionally at least on some level by the pandemic. So much has been written about the... Read more

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New Years Resolutions? Or New Years Intentions?

“When we cultivate a sense of caring and self-kindness toward ourselves, when we fail or experience shortcomings, instead of self-judgment and criticism, we build resilience that can contribute to... Read more

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The use of language

 “Don’t mix bad words with your bad mood. You’ll have many opportunities to change a mood, but you’ll never get the opportunity to replace the words you spoke.”... Read more

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Re-Entry Anxiety Post COVID

ACT or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that invites people to open up to unpleasant feelings, and learn not to overreact to them, and not avoid situations where they are... Read more

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Is perfectionism decreasing your worth?

Being non-judgmental liberates us from the habit of hiding behind self-depreciation, instead of acknowledging our errors, facing them and all the emotions they give rise to, and allowing ourselves to... Read more

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Staying mindful in a pandemic

What can we learn from our patients and our pets during the pandemic? Have you noticed how so many people have got a new puppy, a kitten, or a pair of guinea pigs since the pandemic started? While... Read more

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Self-compassion is more than just self-care

When we are truly self-compassionate, we relate to our feelings in an accepting manner to defuse their hold on us. A pandemic has enveloped the world, changing the way we live so dramatically and... Read more

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