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mindfulness stress trauma

How Mindfulness Reduces Stress & Heals Trauma

Online trauma therapy | Mindfulness coaching for emotional healing If you’re unsure about seeing a therapist because you don’t particularly feel comfortable talking about yourself, OR if you’ve tried therapies and they haven’t helped as much as you hoped, then beginning a practice of mindfulness may be the thing that finally shifts you into greater …

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presence mindfulness

What Presence Teaches Us

Emotional trauma healing | Online therapy program | Mindfulness Coaching These days, we are all about manifestation – and I get it. With so much information and opportunity all around us, naturally we want to be able to create the life we dream about. From more income, to the perfect home or car, to the …

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brain changes trauma

The Brain On Trauma

Developmental trauma and its effect on the brain and emotional trauma healing. Trauma changes the body permanently. In this blog, I’m very generally reviewing a study which shows how childhood trauma affects brain development and the nervous system. There is so much amazing scientific information in this study – but it is definitely a complex …

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meditation changes brain

Harvard Study Finds Meditation Changes DNA

Neuroscience and trauma healing | Emotional trauma healing | PTSD | Childhood abuse | Narcissistic abuse | Trauma recovery | Online trauma therapy In 2008, a study was published on the effects of meditation, specifically: the first compelling evidence that the Relaxation Response (RR) – the physiological response to meditation, yoga, tai chi, Qi Gong …

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biochemistry of trauma

The brain that changes itself

Mindfulness for trauma healing | Emotional trauma healing | PTSD | Childhood abuse | Narcissistic abuse | Trauma recovery | Online trauma therapy Want a good starting point for mindfulness? Begin with the belief that you CAN change your habitual responses to stress. The Brain that Changes Itself, a book by Norman Doidge, M.D., proves …

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