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How to Overcome Sadness And The Benefits of Negative Behaviours With Psychologist Romy Kunitz

Overcoming trauma does not mean remembering the events of the past and working through it all – so how should we heal?

This is Part Two of my conversation with psychologist Romy Kunitz, “Relationship difficulties, adjustment disorder and repetition compulsion”

Healing does not mean remembering to work through it all, because sometimes this is not the best action to take – it can even traumatise us further. If we want to get to place where we have adjusted to a more healthy lifestyle, we must listen to what we need. 

We should focus on is exercises to ground ourselves in the present moment, and recognise when we tend to things that are not good for us or self-destructive. what’s important is to be able to do grounding exercises to ground ourselves in the, in the present moment and you know, to recognize when we tend to do things that are maybe self-destructive, not good for. When we acknowledge and we recognise our behaviours, it gives us a lot of answers moving forward. 

Join myself and psychologist Romy Kunitz in this episode, part two of last week’s episode “Relationship difficulties, adjustment disorder and repetition compulsion”. 

About Today’s Guest: Romy Kunitz

Clinical social worker, clinical psychologist (Cum Laude) and an executive coach.

She brings with her a wealth of experience of over 23 years in private practice. Her specific clinical interests include relationship issues, trauma, stress management, eating disorders, personal loss, parenting, working with adults, couples and teenagers.

Romy is frequently called upon to appear on TV, for podcasts and to write magazine articles on related topics
Therapy is not easy, but the process is meaningful and life-changing when you engage with someone you trust

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