Month: January 2014

Strange Situation Procedure – by Richard

Strange Situation Procedure – by Richard Bowlby (extract from full series) – YouTube http://ow.ly/t1Igi > SIr Richard Bowlby is headlining the TAP Conference on 3rd May 2014 with Dr Una McCluskey, who specialises in adult attachment. Do come along to learn more about their work and how it can be applied .

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Psychotherapy & Complementary therapies – how to convince, not confuse

There is no doubt that the world of psychotherapy, counselling and complementary therapy has much to offer us as human beings, working  towards emotional well-being and physical good health. But occasionally, it seems, the simple fact that there are so many different types of therapy to choose alongside, or instead of, conventional medicine confuses  the…

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Poetry for Mindfulness – I go among trees and sit still…..

On ‘let’s talk’ we occasionally like to post a favourite quote,  a poem that strikes us as relevant to the work we are focusing on or simply words that mean something to us at a particular moment, on which we can focus our minds and enjoy ‘quieting’ our mind. Today we thought our readers (and…

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Breathing-space for your Brain – the science of mindfulness

  By Celia Kozlowski – science writer Celia Kozlowski is a freelance science writer and editor based in Somerset who completed the Mindfulness-based stress reduction training at The Terrace in Taunton and has written, through the ‘scientific lens’, how mindfulness works. The World War II slogan is everywhere these days—tee shirts, mugs,: Keep Calm and…

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2014: On the New Year – resolutions, re-acting and relationships…

Happy New Year and our best wishes to you for health and happiness in 2014. There are many ways people support themselves towards health and happiness at the beginning of the year  – many of us start by making ‘New Year’s resolutions’. That’s great – and it is an opportunity to see what you like…

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