Talking About Trauma

The causes, treatment, prevention, and implications of trauma

Meditation as Medicine: It's Not What You Think

Learning to be present, curious and compassionate can help treat anxiety and depression, as well as helping to achieve a good quality of life. Read More

Effective Analysis!

I really find meditating to be healing when it comes to treating anxiety and depression. However, I recently found about the ultimate
type of meditation that lasts naturally:

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Robert T. Muller, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at York University, and author of the therapy book, "Trauma and the Avoidant Client."


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