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MYTHS ABOUT THERAPY

There are many myths and misconceptions that surround therapy. As a profession that has some stigma around it, the mental health field has been constantly undervalued. However, the Mental Health

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Embodying Compassion: The body, mindfulness and therapy

Rafath Unnisa also adds in her expertise, “Body, as mindfulness taught me, is an anchor that constantly grounds our experiences and makes it possible for us to access them. By constantly checking in with our body and what we are experiencing in an embodied way makes it real and tangible. I feel that our bodies have deep wisdom which we often don’t give language to, and when we become aware of this and try to give language to our experience we also get closer to what’s actually happening and what we want for ourselves.”

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