January 22, 2018

In the scientific literature of clinical psychology, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) has been shown to be effective in helping people heal from the effects trauma. After being treated with EMDR, People who have suffered with Acute Stress Disorder,...

January 8, 2018

Do you find it hard to stay within a 'window of tolerance' when certain subjects are brought up? Do certain experiences knock you easily off balance and trigger you? If so, you may have experienced some trauma in your life. 


I define trauma as any experience that overw...

August 24, 2017

In this video, registered Edmonton Psychologist, Brian Welling, discusses his general approach to therapy which involves getting back to your balanced self.

September 13, 2016

We now know that early childhood and other experiences throughout one's life can adversely affect the expression of your genes, and that this can even be passed on to your children. In other words, if your parents or grandparents experienced traumatic lives, this can m...

September 5, 2016

When you are faced with incoming information from the world around you, your brain has to quickly assess it for threats to your survival. If you have survived trauma, your brain uses the information it has stored about that trauma and quickly and unconsciously assesses...

Video Footage: Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski

When people go to see a therapist, it is often at a time when they are overwhelmed with stress. Stress can be toxic and traumatic, but it can also be a call to action, and like the inspiring rabbi says in this video, "Times of st...

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