Moral injury – using ACT to tolerate the memory of our emotions
Therapist Michael O’Sullivan writes we routinely get caught between the dilemmas of the heart and the head. In the case of moral injury, there is often a conflict between the two that can cause long-term emotional distress. Alleviating this distress is possible if we learn to tolerate the past and move forwards.
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Podcast: The Importance of Compassionate Care in Inpatient Settings
Discussing the importance and place of compassion in mental health and inpatient setting, Adrian Pocatic interviews Kirsten McEwan, senior research fellow, University of Derby, about the practical application of compassion in these settings and about nature-based interventions that promote staff mental wellbeing.
From the Mental Health Today team.
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