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exploring felt sense, trauma in the body, and a healing-centred approach
LGBTQ2S counselling and art therapy
‘A healing centered approach to addressing trauma requires a different question that moves beyond ‘What happened to you?” to “What’s right with you?” and views those exposed to trauma as agents in the creation of their own well-being rather than victims of traumatic events’ (Ginwright, 2018). Ginwright, S. (2018, May 31). The Future of Healing: Shifting From Trauma Informed Care to Healing Centered Engagement. Retrieved from https://medium.com/@ginwright/the-future-of-healing-shifting-from-trauma-informed-care-to-healing-centered-engagement-634f557ce69c
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LGBTQ2S counselling and art therapy
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we find ourselves wanting to stay connected to family and friends. This brings us to technologies that let us connect while staying at home. For some of us, connecting also means continuing talk therapy online or even learning a new way to sit with the difficulty of physical isolation. One creative way to ease stress and alleviate tension may be art therapy. I imagine you’re wondering what is art therapy and how might...
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Your telehealth appointment has been booked and now you’re thinking about how your first video session might go. This blog post covers the basics. Firstly, your session occurs through Jane App’s new video conferencing feature. I’ll send you a link by email to sign up for Jane App and complete your intake form online. You’ll sign in to Jane App from your web browser and access the link to start your video therapy session. Make sure your microphone and video...
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