About Dr AdamsDr Angel Adams has worked as a clinician for over 28 years. Originally licensed as a Clinical Psychologist in the US, she is also a registered Practitioner Psychologist with the Health Professionals Council and is a BPS Chartered Clinical Psychologist. More...
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- Yes! Gratitude Helps
- What Can the Hornbills Teach Us About Sharing?
- Good Grief! What’s so Great about Grief?
- “Through the Ear of a Raindrop”: Thoughts about Listening
- Parenting a Child with ADHD: The Challenges and the Joys
- Staying Focused and Connected: It’s the little moments that count the most
- Mindfulness Meditation… Why It Works
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Dr. Angel Adams talks about parenting and Dr. Joe Dispenza’s tools for personal change
Help Your Child Beat Depression!
Teaches mindfulness techniques that your child can use to heal from depression. Gives parents a practical step-by-step guide that they can follow to help their child in the process of healing.
Monthly Archives: August 2009
by Dr Angel Adams, Dr Patricia Papciak “The child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like … Continue reading
by an Anonymous contributor “The lowest ebb is the turn of the tide” – Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – Photo by cosmo-girl This time last week I sat on a beautiful beach in Cyprus shaded from the direct glare of the … Continue reading
I have been doing it slowly but surely… decluttering my flat. Believe me, it is liberating. My kitchen, like many British flats, is very small; however, it looks much bigger now that I have cleared the shelves and the counters! Instead of vitamin jars and piles of boxes of teas, I now have a few beautiful and meaningful objects strategically placed to give it a Zen look. Metaphorically it feels like a shedding process. In the world of nature when the snake sheds its skin, it devotes all of its time and energy to getting rid of the old to make room for the new. For me, getting rid of clutter gives me room for a new look and a new feeling of external and internal space, and I feel lighter. There is more space to live in and work in—more space in my head because that minimalist look makes my brain feel less cluttered.