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The Crucial Role of Feelings and Emotions in Developing a Strong Sense of Self

In our journey of personal growth and self-discovery, we often focus on thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. However, there’s a powerful, often underappreciated component that plays a crucial role in developing a strong sense of self: our feelings and emotions. Let’s explore why these internal experiences are so vital to our self-development. Our emotions serve as […]

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The Art of Healing: Healthy Repair in the Therapy Room

In the journey of psychotherapy, ruptures in the therapeutic alliance are not only common but can also be incredibly valuable opportunities for growth and healing. The process of addressing and mending these ruptures, known as “repair,” is a crucial skill for both therapists and clients. When done effectively, repair can deepen the therapeutic relationship and

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Finding Freedom with RAIN: Tara Brach’s Transformative Mindfulness Practice

In our perpetually busy world, we often find ourselves caught in emotional storms of anxiety, self-judgment, or difficult memories that perpetuate our suffering. The practice of RAIN, developed by renowned psychologist, author, and meditation teacher Tara Brach, offers a powerful mindfulness-based process to navigate these turbulent emotional waters and come home to our innersense of

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The Healing Power of Emotion and Attachment in Psychotherapy

When we experience emotional hurts and ruptures in our closest relationships, the wounds can go deeper than we realize. Our early attachment experiences and bonds forge indelible emotional imprints that shape how we navigate intimacy, trust, and vulnerability in our adult lives. This is where emotion focused therapy (EFT) provides a potent framework for healing.

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The Power of Focusing: Unlocking Your Body’s Innate Wisdom

Have you ever felt stuck on an issue, wrestling with overwhelming emotions or a pervasive feeling that something isn’t quite right, despite your best efforts to move forward? The late philosopher and psychologist Eugene Gendlin believed the answers we seek often lie within our bodies’ felt sense – something he called the “felt meaning.” Gendlin’s

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