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Trauma Debrief

Trauma Debrief

One of the ways The Family Counselling Centre (TFCC) provides professional mental health services to those in need is by providing crisis interventions; such as trauma debriefs with employees and staff, families, and groups. Trauma is something we are frequently exposed to, either directly or indirectly. Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, crime or natural disaster. Trauma sets in immediately after the event, with shock and denial being typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable…

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Lifting The Veil

Lifting The Veil

Anxiety, Depression & Mental Health Despite the stormy weather we had a good turnout for our “Let’s Get Talking” event on Tuesday 30th July 2019. Participants found the evening interesting and informative. The majority felt that the environment was relaxed, comfortable, compassionate and safe. We had a healthy discussion about a difficult topic, and everyone contributed. Thank you to all who made the effort to come out, it was truly wonderful and humbling. During the introductions it became clear that…

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Our New Look

Our New Look

Welcome to our New Look! We are happy to welcome you to our newly designed website. Feel free to have a look around. We hope you enjoy our new sleek and modern look. We just did some window dressing and added some fun things like this posts page. Feel free to comment and let us know what you think. We are also proud to announce that we have a new member in our Team: Michele Berger,  Educational Psychologist, has joined us to…

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DREAM – Developing a Relationship between Emotions And Movement

DREAM – Developing a Relationship between Emotions And Movement

Building Resiliance through Movement Resilience – the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. What is it that makes someone recover quickly? Or what is it that encourages toughness? Research has done little to effectively pinpoint what it is that makes someone more tough or able to cope with life’s challenges better than others. But what we do know is that when the brain believes that the body is safe it has more “elasticity” to form new concepts and is…

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