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Psychology has a lot to offer, and here at Connecte we’re passionate about making psychology more accessible and available outside of the therapy room. Check out our blog posts to learn about everything from how to talk to your kid who’s struggling with weight, how to connect with yourself and reach your goals, and how to make therapy work for you.

Renegotiating Personal Boundaries in a Post-COVID 19 World

With the easing of restrictions after such a long period of enforced Covid-19 related social regulation, many of us now find ourselves struggling to rewrite , or even to remember, how to negotiate and maintain personal boundaries for ourselves.
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What is gender-affirming care? Some suggestions for practitioners and allies

What is gender-affirming care? This in-depth compendium of guidelines and resources created by Connecte's Dr Lisa Linardatos offers suggestions to therapists and allies to ensure the best support for transgender and gender nonconforming individuals.
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What Makes us Laugh (When We Feel Like Crying)? Cultivating Safeness with Compassion Focused Therapy

“Why are we drawn to tell jokes in dire circumstances? Why do we listen to a friend in need over a bottle or two only to end the night laughing about the very thing that brought us there to begin with? And why do these moments feel so good? What role does humour play in...
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Better Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

The OCD cycle feeds on a fear of uncertainty, and will latch onto anything that that a person believes is important. We can be tricked into believing the content of obsessive thoughts are the real problem, and not the obsessive-compulsive cycle itself. The more we become aware of these sneaky obsessions and their corresponding compulsions,...
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Validation

Validation is a term we hear more and more these days, and in therapist Candace Kensley's work with couples and families, it is something that comes up in almost every session. What does it mean, why is it important, and how can we use it to build better relationships? Let’s talk about it!
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Social support: Breaking down the why, the what, and the how

Social support plays a monumental role in creating, maintaining, and promoting health. In fact, we know from the literature that it is a protective factor against several physical and psychological health problems. Read on for more on why we need it, what it is and how to get it.
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