Bringing the Body into the Therapy Room

Bringing the Body into the Therapy Room Sophia Davis Integrating awareness of the body within a talking-therapy context can have a surprisingly powerful effect on changing our psychological patterns. In practice, it’s a bit like bringing mindfulness into...

Addiction

Addiction  John Falcon  Over the decades there have been many attempts to find “the cure” for addiction. It really depends on how you define “cure”. Many people stop their compulsive addictive behavior and never go back, changing...

“Why does my brain hate me?”

“Why does my brain hate me?” Resistance as relearning Derrick L. Hassert Periodically, clients have confronted me with a question that is both challenging and thought-provoking: “Why does my brain hate me?” Sometimes this sentiment takes on...

The Story of How GAINS Came to Be

The Story of How GAINS Came to Be Editor’s note GAINS, like all organisations, has a history of origin. GAINS was made possible by a small group of enthusiastic and committed people, and they are the best ones to tell the story. I asked some of the people who...

Uncovering the Invisible Roots of Learning

Uncovering the Invisible Roots of Learning Kirke Olson  An excerpt from: The Invisible Classroom: Relationships, Neuroscience and Mindfulness in School  My pickup truck comes to a clattering stop in the school parking lot. Through the windshield, I see small...
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