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Alleviate stress: pooing your pants isn’t the only option

By Ute December 1, 2019

Here are practical tips on how to work with stress when it occurs.
Nothing – ever – starts without disclaimers!

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Healthy stress behaviour: fight, flight and freeze

By Ute November 15, 2019

In the first part of the stress blog we travelled through the body with the physiological processes of stress.

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The effects of unused stress

By Ute November 15, 2019

In the third part of the stress blog we look at the effects of unused stress. In part one, I wrote about the physiological processes of stress. Part two talked about why knowing about them matters.

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The physiology of stress

By Ute November 1, 2019

The physiology of stress “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another” (William James) Stress is not a modern invention This quote from William James (1842–1910), a lead American thinker, philosopher and psychologist,

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Ute Liersch gets Congratulations

By Ute September 8, 2019

Ute Liersch gets congratulations Ute Liersch gets Congratulations to fourth year DPsych student, Ute Liersch, who won the Student-Practitioner Award at the International Meaning Conference (IMEC) 2019. Liersch ‘s presentation, based on her doctoral research, was entitled ‘The meanings of

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leadership and diversity in psychology

Looking at dyslexia through the eyes of a dyslexic

By Ute August 8, 2019

Looking at dyslexia through the eyes of a dyslexic: New book available now Chapter 9 in Leadership and Diversity in Psychology “Shackles far beyond the written word” Extract: Why is it so difficult for a person with dyslexia, dyspraxia,

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The application of the existential-phenomenological four-dimension model in working with chronic pain

By Ute November 3, 2018

The application of the existential-phenomenological four-dimension model in working with chronic pain Pain is important for survival, but chronic pain has lost this danger-signalling property. It is highly prevalent in our society and many sufferers struggle with their lives.

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