Monthly Archives: August 2017

Buddhist Techniques to Beat Depression


Should the health service sponsor Buddhist techniques to beat depression? Why not, if they work Read here

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The Johari Window: a model for self awareness


The Johari Window was developed in 1955 by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham and can be used to develop self awareness of your own reactions and responses as well as increasing awareness of how you are when in relationship with others. Although the Johari Window was originally used within the work place for developing […]

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Relationship Matters by Susanna Hoare


by Susanna Hoare Our minds, bodies and hearts are designed by nature to want to be in relationship of all kinds. We are wired for connection and to fear abandonment. Our impulses to relate and read each other’s subtle signals so that we can co-operate, live together work together are […]

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The Body Speaking To Us


by Susanna Hoare, psychotherapist in Bristol, Bath and Keynsham. We all live in bodies and yet how often do we pay attention to how our bodies speak to us?  Listening to our bodies can help with our healing in psychotherapy.  Are we listening to it?  Our tendency is usually to try to […]

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