Monthly Archives: July 2012

Childhood Attachment Theory and Adult Relationships

During the late 1950’s until the 1980’s, British psychologist John Bowlby, along with his colleagues, researched and published work on a childhood attachment theory. Through several studies and experiments, researchers compiled empirical data on the first relationship humans experience: the … Continue reading

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Acupuncture for Depression

Many people seek alternatives to anti-depressants for the treatment of depression. Western medicine relies on psychotherapy and anti-depressants to overcome depression, while traditional Chinese medicine views emotions as connected to the physical body, and vice versa. The aim of Chinese … Continue reading

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Fear and Resiliency

We all have emotional baggage. Trauma, childhood wounds, teenage angst and sadness, all leave you with deep-rooted core beliefs, that you may not be aware of. These beliefs can hold you back, and give you a sense of underlying fear … Continue reading

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