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‘Trump, Clinton and Trauma’ Gabor Maté

https://drgabormate.com/trump-clinton-trauma/ Click on the link above for this perceptive, accurate and topical article from Gabor from last October – before the U.S. presidential result – on trauma markers in our political leaders, and how levels of trauma normalized in our … Continue reading

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John O’Donohue on Addiction, with Declan Tarpey

The language of ‘addict/addiction’ is not necessarily how we would frame it from a person-centred perspective. We resonate with the content, both in terms of what Declan says and John’s wonderful poem. Palace Gate Counselling Service, Exeter Addiction: For An … Continue reading

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