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2 Armed Robbery Suspects In Custody After Chase Ends In Crash

DENVER (CBS4) – Thieves stole hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from store in west Denver on Monday morning and led police on a high-speed across the city before being apprehended. 274 more words

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Restructuring Negative Core Beliefs | Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist

Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist | Restructuring Negative Core Beliefs
– core beliefs never go away, but they become latent/quiet
– schemas & core beliefs are essentially the same… 32 more words

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Common control strategies: FIGHT STRATEGIES | Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist

Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist | FIGHT STRATEGIES
– Suppression
– You forcefully push unwanted thoughts from your mind or you push your feelings deep down Inside… 138 more words

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Common control strategies FLIGHT STRATEGIES | Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist

- Hiding/escaping
– You hide or escape from situations or activities that might bring uncomfortable thoughts or feelings: for example dropping out of a course, avoiding social functions… 77 more words

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How to help children deal with stress | Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist

Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist | How to help children deal with stress:
– provide extra physical comforting
– re-assure with loving words
– encourage play that helps children express & release tension… 76 more words

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5 senses exercise | Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist

Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist | 5 senses exercise (grounding technique for someone who is anxious)
Source: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PODCAST VIDEO LECTURE : 12/10/12- MAINTAINING QUALITY OF LIFE AND COPING WITH ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION – ONCOLOGY (CANCER) 24 more words

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Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) Metaphors | THERE YOU GO YOUR THOUGHTS |

Mark Taylor | Canberra Psychologist | Find a comfortable position and close your eyes.
Now notice: where are your thoughts?
Where do they seem to be located: above you, behind you, in front of you, to one side? 195 more words

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