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4) Connection, connection, connectionThe path to healing

4) Connection, connection, connection
– this is difficult when you feel lonely & isolated & disconnected
– meditation groups? It can be daunting – people seem to have long, pre-established relationships which makes it seem hard to join in & the sense of is connect as the group invariably changes from week to week… 99 more words

Canberra Psychologist

The path to healing 2) Dealing with an pleasant feelings

2) Dealing with unpleasant feelings
– engaging rather than withdrawing (with all feelings).
– It is possible to have difficult emotions without acting on them… 121 more words

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The path to healing - Expanding the lost self

The path to healing

1) Expanding the lost self
– We all want to be paid attention to
– work, partner, spiritual goals
– selflessness is not necessarily a good thing if the pice is not paying attention to the self t all… 257 more words

Canberra Psychologist

Psychiatric emergencies

Psychiatric emergencies

Definition: situation in which person is in extreme distress (panic attack; being aggressive or violent; having just experienced a severe emotional trauma or self-harming) 278 more words

Canberra Psychologist

ASD and Social Life

Social life

  • Past bad experiences may mean you are reluctant to make new friends.
  • Some young adults on the autism spectrum experience feelings of anxiety when interacting with others in social settings.
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How to Help a Teen Who's Talking about Suicide

How to Help a Teen Who’s Talking about Suicide – Howcast video @ http://www.howcast.com/videos/328017-how-to-help-a-teen-whos-talking-about-suicide/

Don’t write off suicidal threats as adolescent drama. A young person who is even joking about killing themselves needs your help. 239 more words

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3 Reasons kids with autism have meltdowns for reasons you cannot understand

  • Sensory or auditory sensitivities – a noise could be bothering them – find out the triggers. For e.g. be prepared when going to the mall or noisy places …
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