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Building ‘Bouncebackability’ and Resilience

Everyday Psychology | Posted by Alannagh Kelly | September 1 2016 | | Tags: , , , , , , ,
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We all respond to difficult situations and setbacks in unique ways. Some, more than others, seem to “bounce back” from these events quickly. Resilience is the process that allows a person to adapt well in the face of adversity or stress. Adapting well doesn’t mean that a person doesn’t experience the significant emotional responses that […]

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Mind Over Matter – Mindful Exercise

Mindful Exercise

While we all understand the benefits which regular exercise can provide our bodies, less emphasis is placed on the benefits of Mindful Exercising. Many people utilise exercise as a form of mindful meditation in itself (e.g. running or walking) in order to distance themselves from stress or daily issues. While this is productive, there are many […]

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Exercise:It’s The Eye of the Tiger

Exercise: Eye of the Tiger

Sweat, heat, blisters, timers, weights, water queues – these are just a few of the issues people raise when considering the undertaking of any kind of exercise. However, there are far more benefits to regular exercise than one may realise; just 30 minutes of exercise can stimulate the brain to release “fun chemicals” such as […]

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Releasing Patient Information

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Keeping informed about good practice and guidelines is essential to maintaining and developing medical standards. This is arguably more relevant within the mental health sector where it is hoped that patient confidentiality and record keeping comply with applicable privacy standards and legal regulation. However a question arises, and quite frequently at that, namely, when is […]

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