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What Is Re-traumatisation?

Trauma is complex. Even after years of recovery, setbacks can happen, and people can be re-traumatised by various people, places, and events. Re-traumatisation Defined The

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Mental Health

Nutrition and the Brain

The brain is an incredibly powerful organ. It’s constantly working to ensure our body functions well, it alerts us to any threats, such as pain

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What is Interoception?

People experience a range of bodily sensations every day. From feeling hunger cues such as a growling stomach or a sense of tiredness with heavy

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managing triggers
Mental Health

Managing Triggers: Part II

Trauma affects people in multiple ways. One such way is the development of triggers, in which a previously unthreatening sound, song, or situation suddenly becomes

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