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How Often Should You See a Counsellor?

Deciding to go to therapy can be a significant milestone in your life, which signifies committing to taking better care of yourself. Now that you’ve...

Why Has Couples Therapy Become So Popular?

Couples therapy has recently become more popular because of its value. More and more couples are seeing that it can help in all areas of their relationship. Some of the ways couples therapy is popular: It can help define a problem you can't see. So often, couples come...

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Mental Health During the Pandemic & How to Prevent Burnout

Safe Space™ has partnered with Ferne Health to talk about mental health and wellness as part of our initiative for World Mental Health Day. We have invited Safe Space™ therapist Cordelia Fernandez to lead the discussion and talk about ways to relieve stress, cope with...

How to Talk to Kids About Trauma

"It's important for parents or caregivers who are going through these issues themselves get help too," said Dr Corey Keyes at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. "If you are having trauma or PTSD symptoms, your children may benefit...

Happiness is a Choice

With over seven years of experience, the impeccable Aditi has passionately worked with indigent children with a history of continued trauma and adolescents, women, and children from distressed families. Her experience as a teacher and counsellor in various schools...

Psychology of Food & Eating

How do we build a connection with food? As humans, do we have inborn preferences for the food we like to eat? The truth is, we don't have a direct relationship with food. As soon as a child grows and consumes solid food, the relationship with food is not direct...

Stress Management For The Veterinary Care Staff

Is all stress bad? Are some of it good? If so, how much of it is bad? Stress can manifest itself in our emotional, mental, or even physical well-being. Stress occurs when there is pressure, whether from work or at home. Sometimes it happens when things go beyond our...
How to Talk to Kids About Trauma

How to Talk to Kids About Trauma

"It's important for parents or caregivers who are going through these issues themselves get help too," said Dr Corey Keyes at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. "If you are having trauma or PTSD symptoms, your children may benefit...

Happiness is a Choice

Happiness is a Choice

With over seven years of experience, the impeccable Aditi has passionately worked with indigent children with a history of continued trauma and adolescents, women, and children from distressed families. Her experience as a teacher and counsellor in various schools...

Psychology of Food & Eating

Psychology of Food & Eating

How do we build a connection with food? As humans, do we have inborn preferences for the food we like to eat? The truth is, we don't have a direct relationship with food. As soon as a child grows and consumes solid food, the relationship with food is not direct...

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