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Making mindfulness work for me

  For me, yoga is an important part of self-care, so it’s no surprise that I have integrated mindfulness into my counselling practice.  When my yoga teacher told me about a series of trauma-informed yoga workshops being held over the summer, I signed up straight away – and I’m glad I did.  Not only did […]

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Breaking the silence

  Trigger warning: The following piece is about surviving sexual violence. If you think this will be disturbing for you, then you might choose not to read it. Or you might want to read it somewhere that you feel safe and comfortable. If you find that reading is getting unmanageable, STOP, do something calming, and […]

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When anger is ignored

Anger. It has a bad reputation doesn’t it?  For me it was such a no-go emotion that I don’t think I really recognized it (or let myself really feel it) until I was well into adulthood.  And I know I’m not alone – quite often I meet people who verbally express what to me sounds […]

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Supporting your friend through sexual assault

  You’ve liked their Insta’s, seconds after being posted. You’ve held their hair back whilst juggling a slice of bread and a mug of water. You’ve told them sliders and socks are a no-go. All things considered, you’re a pretty awesome and supportive friend. You are there for them through thick and thin, with tools […]

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