trauma

How do we begin to create purposeful leadership in the emerging future?

Posted on: 4th April 2017

We have entered an Age of Disruption. Mass poverty. Mass migration. Climate chaos. Fundamentalism. Terrorism. Financial oligarchies. The desire for profound personal, social, and global renewal has never been more pressing. The need for purposeful leadership has never been more wanted and needed. The age of disruption addresses endings and new beginnings as an old...
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Do you give too much?

Posted on: 14th August 2015

Imagine if you had insights into your earliest experiences in life that would give you clues as to why you need what you do in your relationships?  What your body remembers provides clues for the challenges you face today. Emily first came to see me as a client because she wanted to explore what had...
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The Unsayable.

Posted on: 21st May 2015

“The unconscious, with its own quirky associative logic, insists on knowing the truth, even if the truth is a shocking and costly retrospective that crosses generations” –  The Unsayable: The Hidden Language of Trauma by Annie Rogers In her twenty years as a clinical psychologist, Annie Rogers has learned to understand the silent language of girls...
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Issues and Tissues

Posted on: 18th April 2015

“… and the more hurt she gets, the more venomous she grows.”  – Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights 7 Issues from Childhood that Affect our Relationships Later on in Life. 1. Threats and fear of abandonment. These can lead to jealousy and feelings of insecurity. 2. Lack of emotional nurturing. This can lead to feelings of emotional...
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Child Abuse

Posted on: 29th January 2015

If you were abused as a child, so many of your thought patterns and beliefs centre around what happened to you. If you were a child who was terribly mistreated and you don’t know what it is called, but you knew that it was not okay, and you wished that you could tell someone, but...
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