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01 Feb 2024
Self-Compassion: Treating Yourself with Kindness - CBT Kenya
Self-Compassion: Treating Yourself with Kindness – CBT Kenya

Self-Compassion: Treating Yourself with Kindness – CBT Kenya What is Self-Compassion? At its core, self-compassion is about treating oneself with the same level of kindness and understanding that we would offer to a good friend. It’s recognizing that perfection is unattainable and that making mistakes is part of being human. Dr. Kristin Neff, a leading...

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06 Dec 2023
Mindful eating during festivities - CBT Kenya
Mindful eating during festivities – CBT Kenya

Mindful eating during festivities – CBT Kenya As the holiday season approaches, our senses are tantalized by the promise of festive feasts and treasured treats. It’s a time of joy, celebration, and, often, an abundance of food that can sometimes lead to overindulgence. But what if we could savor the richness of these culinary delights...

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17 Nov 2023
Art therapy: What role does it play? - CBT Kenya
Art therapy: What role does it play? – CBT Kenya

Art therapy: What role does it play? – CBT Kenya Understanding Art Therapy Definition and Origins: Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that utilizes the creative process of making art to improve and enhance mental health and well-being. It is a dynamic discipline that finds its roots in the early 20th century, gaining momentum...

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06 Nov 2023
Addressing mental health concerns in men
Addressing mental health concerns in men – CBT Kenya

Addressing mental health concerns in men Mental health has long been a subject that’s been stigmatized and misunderstood. Unfortunately, societal expectations and traditional gender roles have contributed to a culture where men, in particular, feel pressured to remain stoic, strong, and silent when it comes to their emotional well-being. However, it’s crucial that we challenge...

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04 Oct 2023
October is ADHD Awareness Month - CBT Kenya
October is ADHD Awareness Month – CBT Kenya

October is ADHD Awareness Month – CBT Kenya October marks a special time of the year when the world comes together to observe ADHD Awareness Month. It’s a month dedicated to raising awareness about Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), dispelling myths, and fostering a deeper understanding of this neurodevelopmental condition. ADHD affects millions of people of all...

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07 Sep 2023
History of National Suicide Prevention Month - CBT Kenya
History of National Suicide Prevention Month – CBT Kenya

History of National Suicide Prevention Month – CBT Kenya “I think suicide is sort of like cancer was 50 years ago. People don’t want to talk about it, they don’t want to know about it. People are frightened of it, and they don’t understand, when actually these issues are treatable.” – Judy Collins. All of...

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02 May 2023
National Mental Health Awareness Month
National Mental Health Awareness Month

National Mental Health Awareness Month National Mental Health Awareness Month is an annual observance that takes place every May. It is an important time to bring attention to mental health issues, reduce stigma surrounding mental illness, and promote resources and support for those who may be struggling with their mental health. In this blog article,...

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19 Apr 2022
What is a Substance-Induced Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya
What is a Substance-Induced Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya

What is a Substance-Induced Mood Disorder? CBT Kenya A substance-induced mood disorder is not a condition that develops on its own. Instead, an individual must be abusing drugs or alcohol to develop this particular condition. This makes substance-induced mood disorders different from that of other co-occurring conditions, as it is not a disorder that can...

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04 Apr 2022
Tips to improve body image - CBT Kenya
Tips to improve body image – CBT Kenya

Tips to improve body image – CBT Kenya Culturally, we have this perverse notion that poor body image is a sign of modesty. It’s not. And people, especially women, who accept and appreciate the way they look can be perceived as narcissistic. They’re not. What do you feel when you look in the mirror? Gratitude?...

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15 Feb 2022
Awareness on Children of Alcoholics - CBT Kenya
Awareness on Children of Alcoholics – CBT Kenya

Awareness on Children of Alcoholics – CBT Kenya Individuals who grew up with a parent who misused alcohol are familiar with everyday feeling unpredictable. Inconsistency, unreliability, arguments, and chaos are common in homes where one or both parents have an alcohol addiction. Children of alcoholics often do not have their emotional needs met, leading to...

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