Tag: self-compassion

Do You Fear Self-Compassion?

Do You Fear Self-Compassion?

By Louise L. Hayes, PhD, Joseph V. Ciarrochi, PhD, Ann Bailey, MPsych, coauthors of What Makes Your Stronger Self-compassion is the willingness to respond to your pain and suffering in… READ MORE

Navigating Your Reflection on Zoom

Navigating Your Reflection on Zoom

By Tara Well, PhD, author of Mirror Meditation The rise of Zoom has created unprecedented changes in how we communicate—and how we see ourselves and each other. As a result,… READ MORE

The Many Masks of Trauma

The Many Masks of Trauma

By Russ Harris, author of Trauma-Focused ACT “Trauma” is the Greek word for “wound,” and “psyche” is the Latin word for “soul.” From these ancient words, we get both the… READ MORE

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

By Sherrie Campbell, PhD, author of Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members What is toxic shame? It’s a poisonous mixture of painful feelings, including but not limited to regret, overwhelming… READ MORE

“Working with ‘don’t knows’?”

“Working with ‘don’t knows’?”

By Ben Sedley, PhD Therapist: “How’s your week been?” Client: “I don’t know.” Therapist: “How are you feeling right now?” Client: “Dunno.” We all have clients that respond to any… READ MORE

The Bluff of “Have To”

The Bluff of “Have To”

By Clarissa W. Ong, PhD, coauthor of The Anxious Perfectionist We tend to think that we don’t have choices, that we have to do certain things. I have to work… READ MORE

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