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Jennifer Grant

psychologist

Jenny is an experienced and committed psychologist. You will often find her playing handball in the ITH carpark or making a mess in our kitchen with all the vegetables she eats.

LATEST FROM Jennifer Grant

Compassion, like love, is a word used freely, possibly without much consideration of its meaning. We talk about ‘feeling compassion’. But it’s much more than an emotion, although it’s certainly ‘heartfelt’.

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Physical activity Frequency: most days of the week. Duration: 30 minutes Intensity: sufficient to raise your heart and breathing rate – a little breathless, but still able to talk.   Eating Eat whatever you feel like. Pay attention to what your body…

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  We all have a tendency to worry about things. Many of these are things we can’t really change – like wishing things in the past didn’t happen or turned out differently. Worrying about these things is like picking at a wound…

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Being kind to you Self-compassion is treating yourself with the same kindness and care you’d treat a friend. Self-compassion is not self- indulgence, self-pity, or self-esteem. It’s a skill you can learn and practice. You do the practice in exactly the same…

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Just Breathe – exercises The key to breathing easily and well is to first start noticing the breath. You can do this by sitting somewhere quietly, in a chair that supports your back and just listening to your breath as it flows…

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“Your body hears everything your mind says” Naomi Judd

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