In this video, Dan Hughes an attachment therapist that works with children and families
The World Health Organization has put out a video on depression. I hope it helps and brings some encouragement and support.
Dr. Rony Berger is leading an Isreali humanitarian relief delegation in Tacloban, the Philippines. He recently posted photos of the devastation and the hope that occurs in situations like this. The first photo is of Pangol, a small coastal village where all the men who left to guard their houses died, while the women and children survived. [...]
Sometimes those moments of despair and pain overwhelm us and threaten to sink us. Vice President Biden shares his grief, pain, and thoughts of suicide after his wife was killed. I hope it gives you some hope and support for those times of difficulty that you go through.
Kimberly Schneider is a modern day mystic who explores the deep questions with an unwavering heart. I wanted to pass on something she recently wrote about Rituals for Precarious Times. If it resonates with you she recently released a CD of poems that might help you move through your own precarious times. I have my [...]
Delightful short animation about our divided brains, highlighted on a first date.
How One Tenacious Task Force Worked to Separate Developmental Trauma Disorder from PTSD in DSM-5 Mary Sykes Wylie •November 21, 2013• reposted from Psychotherapy Networker
One of my favorite teachers, Chris Germer, talks in this video put out by Rich Simon of Psychotherapy Networker, of deliberately training ourselves in the quality of compassion. Learning those skills can profoundly effect our lives. Chris speaks to how Diana Fosha, the founder of AEDP therapy, addresses how positive feelings arise our of being [...]