Reading Time: 3 minutes Understanding the different types of relationships – egoistic, self-sacrificing, miserable, trans-actional, and cooperative – helps us navigate our connections.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Many people unknowingly live with stressful beliefs and suffer the consequences. Internalized capitalism leads to guilt during breaks and downtime, as well as the persistent feeling that we are inadequate.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A couple weeks ago, to close off Mental Health Awareness Month, Johanne Schwensen one of the Co-founders and the Chief Clinical Officer of It’s Complicated gave a talk to various teams that we work with through our Employee Assitance Program. The topic was inspired by Dr. Russ Harris’ book The Happiness Trap, which presents a fresh approach to finding fulfillment in life by challenging traditional notions of happiness and offering practical strategies to overcome psychological struggles.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In recent years, there has been a growing recognition of the importance of mental health in the workplace, with more and more organizations introducing corporate mental health programs and benefits to support their employees’ well-being. While these initiatives are well-intentioned, it’s crucial to understand why some of them may not achieve the desired outcomes.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Oriane, holistic therapist, gives us an in-depth view into her therapy approach. She combines hypnotherapy, family constellations, and energy healing to resolve issues and unlock people’s potential.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Transference refers to the transfer of feelings, emotions, and experiences from one person to another, typically from a client to their therapist. In this blog post, we will explore the concept of transference in therapy, its significance, and how it can impact the therapeutic relationship.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes The last Friday of April marked another inspiring therapist meet-up in Berlin. Following tradition, we engaged in a thought-provoking group discussion, this time centered around the pressing theme of AI and the future implications it will have on therapy.
Reading Time: 2 minutes ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ provide as chance to raise awareness of the importance of making time to ensure better mental health for all.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Dr. Dirk Stemper is out with a new book that will serve as a guide to overcome toxic relationships. It is called “Escaping Toxic Ties. Unraveling & Defeating Destructive Relationship Habits”, and can be bought online.
Reading Time: 4 minutes There are many reasons why people avoid seeking therapy and begin their healing journey. Even though therapy is intended to be a safe and confidential space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings – without fear of judgment, starting the process can feel scary for a number of reasons.