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ATTENTION!: It appears that our server has been hacked through this version of Liferay, meaning it is no longer secure, and so expect instability as we deal with this and attempt to upgrade to Liferay 7, which we failed to be able to do last year the last time the team attempted it, but we have no choice at this point, so bear with us as we try again. Save any long posts in a text file before posting them. You can follow me on Twitter at @danielmingram for updates if the site is down. Apologies for any complexity this causes. We will work as fast as we can. We have backups of the database, so hopefully nothing will be lost. Thanks to all helping with this complex process.

 

 

 

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Mindfulness and Trauma

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Mindfulness and Trauma
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3/3/19 6:48 AM
Little bit of research into Mindfulness and came across this - extremely important piece of research:

https://www.brown.edu/research/labs/britton/sites/britton-lab/files/images/Britton_2019_Can%20mindfulness%20be%20too%20much%20of%20a%20good%20thing.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3SQDTVk1VUe7NUiajn6i_aIRLPvX6_hMmDQNyeJFOlA-Iq9w1x3tAKzFg

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3/3/19 8:08 AM as a reply to deleteaccountplease thereisnofacility.
Good!

Thanks for sharing,

Benoit

RE: Mindfulness and Trauma
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3/4/19 9:11 AM as a reply to Ben V..
You might want to also check out Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, which is written by one of Willoughby Britton's collaborators.   I've also found somatic experiencing useful as a therapy method for working through trauma, and there's a good book by the creator of it.

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3/20/19 8:03 AM as a reply to JP.
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