Memory Reconsolidation: Shift Trauma Memories To The Past

Memory Reconsolidation: Shift Trauma Memories To The Past Transformational change entails making peace with our traumatic memories

Memory reconsolidation is an important aspect of trauma healing. Remembering, accepting, making sense, and shifting those painful memories where they belong – in the past. You don’t forget traumatic memories, however, it moves into long-term [Read More]

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Looking-Glass Self – Our Core Beliefs Affect Our Mindset Our perception of how others view us affects our psychosocial development

Those early interpersonal interactions with our primary caregivers are the building block of identity formation.  They are the look-glass through which we form our core beliefs (lovable/good-enough or unlovable/defective) which in turn molds our mindset(mental [Read More]

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