Nijntje

Which is to say, purpaidh zaychek in de ruimte

I know I just bombed a ton of rebloggs across your dash.  Sorry. I was having fun.

Hearing Voices Movement

othersideofthecouch:

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I dunno if the person who created this is being derisive or not, but I just love it.  Personal reality vs. consneusal  reality.  We’ve all got it.  

When a client starts to decompensate right at the end of their session

sagansense:

itscolossal:

Surreal Worlds Digitally Painted by Gediminas Pranckevicius

This. Is. Beautiful. I’d love to see more of these made visualizing planetary science of other worlds…

As a social primate species, we modulate our morals with signals from family, friends, and social groups with whom we identify because in our evolutionary past, those attributes helped individuals to survive and reproduce.

Michael Shermer

Conformity to religion was important for survival for thousands of years, making religion a good example of natural selection among humans: To not believe was to risk being ostracized or killed. For billions of us this is still true today. Evolution is slow change…

(via whats-out-there)

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Running into a client in the community while they are AWOL from the program

othersideofthecouch:

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AHAHAHA  yes yes that thing I do it.

EMDR

Recognize the person in front of you also has a story. This doesn’t always work, but many times showing compassion can yield compassion in return. Or at least some distant cousin of it. And when it doesn’t? It’s okay to walk away. We don’t owe anyone a relationship. Dignity and respect? Yes. It costs little to share, and frankly I think it’s a lot more costly NOT to respect someone’s inherent dignity, for you, for them and for society. But we don’t owe anyone our story or time or friendship, and if you can walk away, and think “that person’s walk must be really hard,” it’s actually a lot easier than stewing over what they’ve said or done.

from Why Is It So Hard for People to Understand You? (via traumatherapist)

socialworkhelper:

Tackling Discrimination At Work Comes At A PriceIn July of last year, the British Government introduced Employment Tribunal Fees for any employees seeking to challenge discrimination at work. Employees who have been intimidated, harassed or fired as a result of their gender, race or disability now have to pay up to £1,200 for their claim to …http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/08/19/tackling-discrimination-work-comes-price/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

socialworkhelper:

Tackling Discrimination At Work Comes At A Price

In July of last year, the British Government introduced Employment Tribunal Fees for any employees seeking to challenge discrimination at work. Employees who have been intimidated, harassed or fired as a result of their gender, race or disability now have to pay up to £1,200 for their claim to …

http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/08/19/tackling-discrimination-work-comes-price/?Social+Work+Helper

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