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Virginia. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborating Therapist in Her Own Words

Virginia. Therapy in Barcelona Collaborating Therapist in Her Own Words

Virginia Pronouns She/Her/Hers Virginia I invite you to co-create a space where your full human experience is welcome, including the pieces that you usually turn away from. To begin working with me, fill in the intake form. adults form couples form Adolescents form Hello! I’m Virginia, an

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A Mindful Break with Leigh Matthews from Therapy in Barcelona

A Mindful Break with Leigh Matthews from Therapy in Barcelona

A Mindful Break with Leigh Matthews from Therapy in Barcelona

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You Are Not Your Thoughts, Emotions Or Body

You Are Not Your Thoughts, Emotions Or Body

This is a rant by SI Dawson about seperating ourselves from transient things such as thoughts, emotions or bodies. It’s an important place to start if we are to begin to take a step away from, the often tyrannical and critical, thoughts we have. By OBSERVING thought, rather

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Is a Wandering Mind an Unhappy One?

Is a Wandering Mind an Unhappy One?

by  Maia Szalavitz @maiasz for TIME  When your teacher told you to stop daydreaming and pay attention, she might actually have helped improve your mood as well as your school performance — if the findings of a new study on mind wandering are anything to go by. The research,

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Meditate Your Way to Better Health

Meditate Your Way to Better Health

Vagus thinking: Meditate your way to better health 18 July 2013 by Emma Young in New Scientist The vagus nerve underpins everything from your health and well-being to friendships and happiness, and you can think it into working better EVERY day, Nancy Havill tries to think kind thoughts about

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How to restore calm and optimism

How to restore calm and optimism

How to restore calm and optimism BY STEPHANIE DOWRICK It is all too easy to add pain to our suffering when times are hard…telling ourselves how badly we are managing, or that this is how things will always be. In this short, supportive article, Dr Stephanie Dowrick leads

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