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5 Tips to Beat the Holiday Blues

With the holidays just around the corner, for most people, this is one of the most joyful and merry moments of the year. It’s a time that you get to spend with people you love, and share new memories. But for some, it is one of the hardest and loneliest times of the year. It [...]
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Isolation and Depression

Virtual Lunch Together presenter and anxiety/depression expert, Margaret Wehrenberg, is discussing the risks of isolation during this time. Whether you have depression, supporting someone with depression or feeling the effects of staying at home during social-distancing, this article is a definite read! As Margaret Wehrenberg suggests: 'If you are already depressed: Stay in contact with [...]
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Treating the New Social Anxiety and Disrupting Rumination

This fall, Margaret Wehrenberg presents: Disrupting Rumination: Changing the Thoughts that Underlie Anxiety and Depression (November 7) and The New Social Anxiety: Managing the Impact of Social Media, Gaming, and 24/7 Internet Access (November 8). Peg is one of Leading Edge Seminar’s most popular speakers and she continues to be an invaluable resource to experienced […]

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Elder Little Brown Bear, the Junos and Us

Hello, This is Michael Kerman. As some of you may know, Max Kerman of The Arkells is my son. His act of reconciliation at the Junos this year in London, Ontario encouraged me to write this. On  April 25 and 26, we are honoured to host Elder Little Brown Bear for a two day workshop: […]

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Recruiting your own nervous system in therapy

Okay! This is what you’ve been waiting for! You know why the Polyvagal Therapy is important from video 1, you understand how it can be applied to help resolve traumatic triggers in video 2 and in this last video of our Deb Dana series, she describes the process by which your OWN nervous system is […]

What is the Polyvagal System and why should therapists care?

The Polyvagal system is a part of the autonomic nervous system and as upcoming Fall 2018 speaker Deb Dana explains in the first of three videos, “the autonomic nervous system is actually a system of relationships. It’s shaped by experience and so we can reshape it by your experience of the therapy relationship.” Click here […]