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How attachment styles impact relationships

Written by Danjela Falzon
Have you ever wondered why you behave in certain ways in your romantic relationships? Have you ever been called clingy or avoidant? The answers to these questions may lie in your attachment style. In this article, Gestalt Psychotherapist, Danjela Falzon, gives an overview of the 4 main attachment styles and explains how they may be playing out in your relationships….

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Pet Bereavement: Grief and healing

Written by Maria Mifsud
Pets are often considered beloved members of the family as they offer companionship and unconditional love. Therefore, saying goodbye to them can be an extremely tough and emotional experience. In this article, Systemic Family Therapist, Maria Mifsud, talks about the significance of pets in our lives and provides some guidance on grieving their loss….

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From Crayons to Conversation: What really happens in Therapy with Kids and Teens?

Written by Sina Wessels
What takes place in therapy with children and adolescents is often unclear to many people. In this article, Psychology intern Sina Wessels from the Johannes-Gutenberg-University in Mainz, Germany, explores how particular aspects of psychotherapy with children and adolescents are distinct from therapy with adults. It also clarifies the importance of considering individual development and the role of the family, as well as the importance of adapted approaches that address the different needs of people at different stages of life. …

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How to overcome procrastination

Written by Danjela Falzon
We’re all guilty of procrastinating every now and then. However, when procrastination gets out of control, the impact can be quite serious on a personal and professional level. In this article by Gestalt Psychotherapist, Danjela Falzon, the reasons we procrastinate are outlined. Danjela also gives us some important tools for beating procrastination so we can be more focused and productive….

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Helping your child regulate their emotions

Written by Maria Mifsud
Anyone who’s witnessed, or experienced a child close to them, having a temper tantrum will understand the challenge of managing one’s own, and the child’s emotions at that moment. In this very informative article, Systemic Family Therapist, Maria Mifsud, explains the importance of managing our emotions and how this relates directly to teaching children to do the same. She also provides some information on how to help children self-regulate….

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The psychological benefits of reading

Written by Danjela Falzon
With an ever-increasing tendency for people to be glued to their phones or other devices, it’s easy to be pulled away from the reading of literature for simple pleasure. However, escaping into a good book is not only enjoyable, it’s good for your wellbeing and mental health. In this article by Gestalt Psychotherapist, Danjela Falzon, the benefits of reading are discussed, and guidance is provided as to how you can encourage the children in your lives to enjoy reading….

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Written by Maria Mifsud
Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation in which the abuser attempts to make their victim doubt themselves and their own reality. In this article, Systemic Family Therapist, Maria Mifsud, explains the term ‘gaslighting’ and provides some guidance on how to cope with gaslighting behaviours, and heal from relationships which involve gaslighting….

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Adventure therapy – Self-improvement through challenging outdoor activities

Written by Maria Mifsud
Adventure therapy is a type of experiential therapy which uses challenging adventure activities to aid the therapeutic healing process, with its roots dating back to the 1800’s, when the first Summer camps were held. In this article, Systemic Family Therapist and adventure-seeker, Maria Mifsud, explains the principles behind adventure therapy, and its many benefits….

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Cooking Therapy

Written by Maria Mifsud
In recent years, society has begun to rely more than ever on takeouts, restaurants and fast food, losing the benefits of experiencing how cooking and serving food to others makes us feel. In this article. Systemic Family Therapist, Maria Mifsud, outlines the many benefits of food preparation on individuals and the community….

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Coping with difficult family relationships during the Christmas period

Written by Danjela Falzon
There are so many expectations around Christmas and new year, many of which are perpetuated by the media’s portrayal of cosy, nurturing family Christmas get-togethers….

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