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Paranoid Personality Disorder

An Overview of Paranoid Personality Disorder

The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) originating from the World Health Organisation (WHO), and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-5) produced by the American Psychiatric Association

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Personality Disorder

An Overview of Personality Disorders and the Three Clusters

Personality disorders are types of mental health conditions that can affect severely traumatised individuals. They range in terms of severity and, if not addressed and treated, they can lead to consistent, long-term, unhealthy patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving which inevitably can have an enormously detrimental effect on the person suffering with the illness and anyone close to them.

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Mindfulness

Mindfulfulness for Trauma Recovery

Mindfulness teaches us to re-orientate our lives so that we can enjoy them to the full. Those who practice mindfulness become more aware in securing a healthy balance between doing and being, and becoming fully attentive to the present moment.

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Meditation

Can Meditation Change the Brain?

Approximately 25% of the British population will experience a mental health problem each year 1)McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Brugha, T. S., Bebbington, P. E., &

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Meditation

Why Caution May be Needed When Meditating

Meditation can be a great tool used for calming us down, allowing us to think more clearly, boost our immune system, and can also be helpful as a tool for a wide range of psychological problems. However, as survivors of trauma, we need to make sure we approach meditation with caution, as without guidance from professionals, meditation can be more stressful than supportive.

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