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About unconcsiousawareness

"As a psychotherapist, I am privileged to bare witness to personal growth --A growth that is achieved through the work of understanding one's self with the help of another." With over 10 years of experience providing psychotherapy to adults, children and families, Ms. Degeneffe practices psychoanalysis, CBT, and DBT. With a wide range of clinical experience, Ms. Degeneffe has helped adults and children struggling with life adjustment issues, depression, anxiety, trauma and ADHD.

Can trauma be passed through generations? Author says making link to past may be key to healing | National Post

Mark Wolynn promotes the idea that we inherit and unconsciously ‘relive’ aspects of family trauma that can drive our own depressions, anxieties and phobias Source: Can trauma be passed through generations? Author says making link to past may be key … Continue reading

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Can We Inherit Memories of the Holocaust and Other Horrors?

In the trailblazing field of epigenetics, researchers are finding evidence that the descendants of victims of atrocities are inheriting those experiences in their DNA. Source: Can We Inherit Memories of the Holocaust and Other Horrors?

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Motherhood floors most women. So why do so many suffer in silence? | Emma Svanberg | Opinion | The Guardian

Postnatal depression remains a taboo issue, says clinical psychologist Emma Svanberg Source: Motherhood floors most women. So why do so many suffer in silence? | Emma Svanberg | Opinion | The Guardian

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Why Sigmund Freud’s theories remain important today – YourStory.com

On the 161st anniversary of his birth, we attempt to explain why Sigmund Freud’s theories, though problematic in several senses, are still important today. Source: Why Sigmund Freud’s theories remain important today – YourStory.com

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An article on the psychology of motherhood…”The Birth of a Mother”- The New York Times

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Do Not Be Fooled, Psychoanalysis Is Still The One | HuffPost

So many therapies, so little time. “Do not be fooled” by the plethora of treatments and the promises for short-term solutions to long-standing problems. Source: Do Not Be Fooled, Psychoanalysis Is Still The One | HuffPost

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Mr. Roger describes his philosophy about child development:  “Mr. Rogers’ impassioned plea to the U.S. Senate will still give you “goosebumps” 47 years later.”

“You’ve made this day a special day, by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you, and I like you, just the way you are.” Source: Mr. Rogers’ impassioned plea to the U.S. Senate will … Continue reading

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