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Don’t take this the wrong way but … would you please be quiet!  The use of silence in therapy.

By Jenny Sanbrook Founder Northside Therapy Centre for Relationships  Accredited Mental Health Social Worker BSW, MSW Couple and Fam Ther. I have recently had reason to record some therapy sessions for training purposes and have noticed a tendency to fill silences by asking more questions, rather than wait and listen.  It reminded me of the

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Managing ADHD in Couples – Attending When Attending is the Problem

Jenny Sanbrook, Accredited Mental Health Social Worker, Certified Gottman Therapist   Managing ADHD in couples – Attending When Attention is the Problem. The diagnosis of ADHD has evolved and changed over the years, originally called a Hyperkinetic Reaction of Childhood (DSM-II, 1968) and redefined as Attention Deficit Disorder- with and without hyperactivity, (the DSM-III, 1980).

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