The one bit of good news is that psychotherapy works online. Mindspace has been offering virtual sessions for many years. But in the last week, […]
One piece of good news is that despite mandated lockdowns, you can continue addressing your therapy needs and get support for any new stressors by […]
This has always resonated with me, and I used to think that was in large part because of how much I loved music, to which […]
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, or ACT (pronounced in one word), was developed by Dr. Steven Hayes and his research team and has, in the last decade or so, become one of the leading mindfulness-based interventions.
About a year ago, a friend of mine mentioned to me that she was interested in attending a “climate change bereavement group” in our neighbourhood. […]
I’m not going to lie, this was a tough one for me. I’m not sure if it’s because I took some time off at the […]
“We’re just at the beginning,” Dr. Claude Cyr told Dr. Joe on episode 10 of the Mindspace podcast. He was talking about what we know […]
Self-control is hard. It takes effort to delay gratification—to override your immediate urges for the sake of your long-term goals
Thanks to recent developments in neuroscience, we now know that the brain has the property of neuroplasticity, meaning the structure and function of neural networks are constantly adapting to meet the demands of our day-to-day lives.