As the new year begins, I thought it might be nice to reflect on some of the best, most well received articles from the past year.
I have gone through the archives and found articles that gained positive feedback or were particularity powerful and interesting. Hopefully you’ll find a few old favourites here and come across something new to inspire you out there in therapy land.
Rejection can have us trapped in self doubt, low self esteem and feelings of being unlovable or not good enough thoughts. These are parts of the personality we treat with the Vaded in Rejection protocol https://resourcetherapy.com.au/vaded-in-rejection-series-video-3-now-up-on-youtube/
Venture into Youtube with the Vaded State Series, here you will learn valuable concepts in treating guilt, shame, pain and anxiety. https://resourcetherapy.com.au/the-vaded-state-series-now-up-on-youtube/
States Vaded in Fear are often the cause of most phobias, general anxiety and PTSD find out more here https://resourcetherapy.com.au/the-vaded-state-series-now-up-on-youtube/
Bali is BACK ON! Come and join us for the fun in the sun. Learn Resource Therapy https://resourcetherapy.com.au/bali-2020-tropical-paradise-tax-break-professional-development/
I was so moved by Jess Hill’s book on domestic violence “See What You Made Me Do” I had to write of her wisdom here https://resourcetherapy.com.au/six-ways-women-who-stay-reason-away-leaving-violent-partners/
On a lighter note we welcomed more beautiful Clinical Resource Therapists into the fold here https://resourcetherapy.com.au/congratulations-to-the-super-team-of-magic-therapists/
PTSD, is such a common presentation in my rooms some useful tips here https://resourcetherapy.com.au/7-signs-of-post-traumatic-stress-disorder-ptsd/
The Power of Parts Therapy cannot be overestimated. Elton’s John’s biopic Rocketman really illustrates this read more here https://resourcetherapy.com.au/how-elton-johns-rocketman-brings-our-parts-to-life/
This is a must know for all trauma therapists – the ACE Study read about it here https://resourcetherapy.com.au/how-many-aces-do-your-clients-hold/