Hi everyone, a colleague sent a link to this interesting article on EMDR.
It is an account from a client’s perspective on receiving EMDR Therapy and was published in Vogue magazine in April 2021.
The references to EMDR therapy are accurate and give you an honest account of this client’s journey through EMDR therapy and the effects of the pandemic on her treatment. Click here for the link to the article.
Dr Les Carter gives another 15 minute talk sharing his advice on breaking free from your trauma bonds in a toxic relationship.
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This video is specifically about PTSD in the emergency services.
PTSD affects all sorts of people, but those in the emergency services are very particularly affected as they are exposed to working with high levels of trauma.
As this video explains there is help through EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing) and CBT (Coogntive Behavioural Therapy). Both methods have an effective evidence based record for treating PTSD… there is no need to suffer … seek help today …
Click here to watch this video.
One of the most acute questions we ask ourselves in relation to new friends and acquaintances is whether or not they like us. The question feels so significant because, depending on how we answer it in our minds, we will either take steps to deepen the friendship or, as is often the case, immediately make moves to withdraw from it so as to spare ourselves humiliation and embarrassment.
But what is striking and sad is how essentially passive we are in relation to this enquiry. We assume that there is a more or less binary answer, that it is wholly in the remit of the other person to settle it – and that there is nothing much we could do to shift the verdict one way or the other. Either someone wants to be our friend – or they don’t – and the answer, while it is about us, is essentially disconnected from any of our own initiatives.
The link below will connect you to a video produced by the School of Life on just this topic. The aim of it is to help you understand the complexities of our early meetings with people and how we can influence the outcomes unwittingly.
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This is a thorough explanation of EMDR processing and what you can expect if you decide to take up this kind of therapy.
In this episode, Marie-Chantal Moll-Vignes, Clinical Audiologist & Tinnitus Specialist chats to Heather Cuffe, Trauma Clinical Lead for the NHS Trust, EMDR practitioner & CBT Psychotherapist.
Heather answers questions about EMDR, a type of trauma therapy, that works to heal stored trauma within the mind, and subsequently the body, and works to reduce overall psychological and somatic stress. This may be helpful to those who have experienced Trauma in their lives, and live with chronic health conditions that are exacerbated by stress stored within the mind and body.
Although in the context of therapy for PTSD and the symptoms of tinnitus that can be experienced for some as a consequence of trauma. The explanation of EMDR is clinically thorough and a true representation of EMDR as therapy.
Click here to view the 30 minute video
Shame is an unspoken epidemic, the secret behind many forms of broken behaviour. Brené Brown, whose earlier talk on vulnerability became a viral hit, explores what can happen when people confront their shame head-on. Her own humour, humanity and vulnerability shine through every word.
Brené Brown, researcher and storyteller shares what’s she has learnt about shame through her research and studies.
Click here to listen to Brené Brown