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Why incorporate MINDFULNESS into Psychotherapy

MINDFULNESS is an important therapeutic tool as it supports clients in becoming more aware of their own body, as well as using this awareness to process and regulate emotions. Mindfulness has a longstanding history in Psychotherapy. An awareness of bodily … Continue reading

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6 Reasons why YOGA is good for YOU!

From my own personal experience, I think YOGA is one of the best holistic and most comprehensive health practices available. But you don’t have to take my word for it. More and more studies show Yoga’s tremendous benefits on a … Continue reading

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Stress and Perfectionism

Not only being inspired by the quote but also by the author Alfred Adler (1870 – 1937) himself, a fellow Austrian (yes paying tribute to my country of birth), who was a psychotherapist and pioneer in the field of Humanist … Continue reading

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STRESS and your GUT-BRAIN connection

If you have followed my blog you might have noticed that I have recently started to post more about nutrition and food. The reason being that body and mind are connected and the link between behaviour, emotions, nutrition, digestion and … Continue reading

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