6 self care resources for PTSD

It’s PTSD Awareness Month. The site has a huge amount of free trauma sensitive and trauma informed resources to help you support yourself and loved ones, Here are 6 you might find especially helpful: 1) Trauma recovery advice from Bessel, Peter, Daniel, Stephen, Janina and co Here are some of…

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My Highlights from the Embodied Psychology Summit

So many amazing sessions on this week long online conference. Enormous thanks to Dr Scott Lyons and everyone else involved in bringing the Embodied Psychology Summit to so many people. If you’re interested and missed it (I shared links to register to the free event via my social media accounts…

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My Highlights from the Action Trauma Virtual Trauma Summit 2020 ~ Part 1

I had been soooo looking forward to a few days in Belfast for this trauma conference. Still, better to listen to world renowned trauma specialists including Stephen Porges, Bessel Van Der Kolk, Dr Daniel Seigel, Peter Levine and more online than not at all. Here are some highlights: Stephen Porges…

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Cat Coaching for Self Care: How Can You Face Your Fears Head On?

Hi, Rainbow MagnifiCat from selfcarecoaching.net again (as translated by my human). Evie has been transfixed by me and next door’s lambs / sheep. They’ve been eating grass and as far as Evie’s concerned, they’re exceedingly welcome. She hopes they understand that they’re welcome to the grass but to avoid the…

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Couch Coaching: If Nola Darling Came to Me for Coach-Therapy

In this occasional blog series, I imagine fictional/historical characters coming to me for coach-therapy. Today, it’s Nola Darling (played by DeWanda Wise) from the TV reboot of She’s Gotta Have It. Nola: I thought I was fine but I maced some random guy last night. Friend: You what? Nola: All…

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