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Rx Resilience: Cultivating the Ability to Bounce Back

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...and you don’t lose your connection to the world around you. Everything I prescribe for my patients has this one goal in mind – to improve resilience. Resilience is strength, resilience is health, and resilience, not perfection or suppression, should be the ultimate goal of any...

REsilience

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...orgalsboen, Clinical & Related Psychoses, January 2012).   Though it may be hard to define exactly what resilience is, there is a measure of resilience, the Conner-Davidson Resilience Scale. We do know that resilience has little to do with continuing anger, blame, and self-pity; it has a...

More on Recovery & Liberation: Oppression & Resilience

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...rded as risk factors that increase an individual’s vulnerability to . “What can offset the adverse impact of oppression is an individual’s resilience and the extent to which the environment in which the individual resides is facilitative or supportive or not. Werner and Smith define...

Why Some Children with Depressed Parents Show Resilience

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...showed that co-parent support, good social relationships, adolescent self-efficacy and frequent psychical exercise were associated with mental health resilience in the children of depressed parents. The support of a second parent emerged as a strong predictor of mental health resilience in...

Rani Bora: Innate Health and Resilience, How It Differs to Mainstream Psychiatric Treatment

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...s on holistic approaches to supporting people with their mental wellness. Since deepening her own understanding of the paradigm of ‘Innate Health and Resilience’, she has committed herself to sharing this understanding in her coaching and training and has witnessed remarkable transformation in...

Where Critical Psychiatry Meets Community Resilience

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...eveloped. Could this be a valuable area for future collaboration between critics of the dominant mental health system and people engaged in community resilience movements? Cohen, Burstow and Whitehouse all told Mad In America that they had not specifically researched the contemporary community...

ACES Connection – Or Disease Mongering, Round 2?

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...;Awareness” does not necessarily equal action. Do we want to raise awareness of the problem or solve the problem? There are good tools to build resilience. Like this excellent how-to community resilience manual from the UK. Why not use them? Resilience and awareness are not the same thing. A...

Review Finds Income Inequality Associated with Mental Health Difficulties

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...or other mental disorders. Income Inequality and Resilience Only one study was included that examined this association between income inequality and resilience. Resilience was defined as the absence of depression after a potentially traumatic experience. This study found a positive association...

Resilience: its Psychology and Neurobiology

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Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica reviews the literature on psychological and biological findings on resilience, finding that secure attachment, the experience of positive emotions and having a purpose in life are three building blocks. Article → Rutten, P., Hammels, C., Geschwind, N., et al;...

Rethinking Psychiatry Teaches about Despair, Resilience, and the Great Turning

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...aradigm shift in mental health care. On January 20, we hosted a film and discussion by activist and artist Barbara Ford. The subject was “Despair and Resilience: How to Face this Mess We’re in Without Giving Up.” Ford also showed a film called Joanna Macy and the Great Turning , featuring...

Mindfulness of Body Linked to Heightened Resilience

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...pay closer attention to what is happening inside our bodies,” Gretchen Reynolds writes in the New York Times Well blog. “To me, this study says that resilience is largely about body awareness and not rational thinking,” said Dr. Martin Paulus, the scientific director of the Laureate Institute for...

Psychological Well-Being & Resilience: The Science and Practice of Eudaimonia

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...ctive features of psychological well-being in reducing risk for disease and promoting length of life. A recurrent and increasingly important theme is resilience – the capacity to maintain or regain well-being in the face of adversity. Implications for future research and practice are...

The ACE Survey is Unusable Data

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...f a “problem” without giving them a solution, or only a partial solution. For example, some ACE surveys have a quick-tip “guide for resilience building” on the back. But those are all individual-level suggestions. When you look carefully at resilience, this is a...

More On the “Civil War” Between Mental Health Advocates

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...rather than be used strategically in struggles against those or that which is creating the conditions from which we are seeking justice. In contrast, resilience would offer the choice to engage in conflict when necessary and avoid it when it may be destructive to relationships or counterproductive...

Research Shows Mindfulness can Decrease Anxiety

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...les at the beginning and end of the trial. The analysis was conducted using the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST), which is used to measure “laboratory resilience” – to understand coping in regards to a standardized stressor. The results suggest that the MBSR program could enhance resilience to a...

Resilience Naturopathic

...side effects diminish, emotions return, and fear of long-term ramifications of medication are a thing of the past. Regain Focus and Control With the Resilience Method, our patients regain control over their moods and emotions, and are able to harness their focus to achieve their goals in life....

Trauma Resiliency Model: A New Somatic Therapy for Treating Trauma

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...e interpersonal, professional, and other difficulties due to qualities such as social and emotional flexibility. In particular, TRM aims to cultivate resilience in clients by helping them develop skills in interoception, or awareness of the body’s inner state. Neuroimaging research is beginning to...

From One Parent to Another

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..., is my child (and our family) doing better or worse than before that first prescription? Because nobody will do this for you. 4. Focus on Resilience Resilience has become quite the buzzword, for good reasons. This innate ability to “bounce back” serves as a protective factor against mental...

Animal Study Supports Influence of Probiotics on Resilience to Stress

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...ve intervention for mental health concerns, this study provides researchers with a clear direction to pursue. If the microbiome is found to influence resilience to stress, then probiotic treatment could provide an alternative to antidepressant medication, with its side-effect burden and limited...

How We Can Inherit Trauma and Resilience

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...Philip Perry, writing for Big Think, covers studies in epigenetics revealing how trauma can be passed on through generations. Article →...

Post-Election Considerations for Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

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...and support — not only to keep meds accessible to those who cannot safely withdraw right now (which is sadly many), but to help build the longer term resilience for a world post-corporate patriarchy. 4. Study more sustainable options. Yes, on the surface, corporate psychiatry is continuing to grow...

How Love, Support, and Exercise Build Resilience After Trauma

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...In this piece for ABC News, Farz Edraki and Lucy Fahey present five stories of people who have recovered from traumatic events through various means, including exercise and sports, family support, and spending time in nature....

Childhood Abuse Predicts Lack of Resilience From Depression

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A study of 1,128 adults drawn from Canada’s National Population Health Survey finds that more than three quarters (77%) recovered from depression in 2 years, and nearly all (94%) had recovered by 12 years. However, a history of adverse childhood experiences predicted a longer time to...

In Praise of Patience as a Prescription for Trauma

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For Aeon, Samira Thomas writes that while resilience is attracting a lot of attention from psychology, patience in an underexplored and undervalued virtue in the face of suffering. “Unlike resilience, which implies returning to an original shape, patience suggests change and allows the possibility...

Dr. Jennifer Bahr: Treating the Whole Person

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...and mental health problems. That people can find out more about Dr. Bahr and her work by visiting https://resiliencenaturopathic.com. Relevant links: Resilience Naturopathic Rx Resilience: Cultivating the Ability to Bounce Back American Association for Naturopathic Physicians Institute for Natural...

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