In the book “Search Inside Yourself”, Chade-Meng Tan describes 5 steps that can prove useful to recover from an amygdala hijack and regulate our emotions.
Many of the resilience-building exercises and practices can take a lot of time to work. The good thing about the breathing practice I am presenting to you today is that you can do it ‘on the spot’, without needing to physically disengage from the stressful/anxiety-inducing situation.
Today I want to share with you some things I’ve learnt during the NeuroMindfulness Coach Certification with regard to the science of gratitude. I’m sure you’ve heard many times about how gratitude can really help us in many ways, but you’ve probably wondered if there’s any study to back this up. Well, yes, there are …
In 2020, I’ve discovered Matthew Walker’s book, ‘Why we sleep’ and it really stayed with me and, in a way, it shocked me to find out how important our sleep (and the quality of it) is for our good health. Reading this book about the neuroscience of sleep made me buy myself a smartwatch that …
I was happy and honoured to be invited by Crina, another beautiful human and PCM Trainer I am grateful to know, to her podcast “Mind the Training” (in Romanian). Time flew by while we were podcasting about PCM, more specifically about distress and distress behaviours. How to recognise them and what to do about them.
You’ve might have heard the phrase ‘name it to tame it’ when talking about getting your emotions under control. Let’s see the (simple) neuroscience behind the reason why this really works!
I am very happy to share a series of podcasts about PCM and Neuroscience. Christine Michaelis, Marketing & Creative Start-up Coach, Founder of the Creative Start-up Academy invited me to record a series of four podcasts on my favourite subjects. Of course, I said yes! 🙂
Following on the positive feedback I received for the first set of visual PCM summaries I shared recently, here I am again, sharing a second one. This one should help you when you are ‘profiling’ someone and you want to see what their Base Personality Type is in PCM.
In Process Communication Model (PCM), Phasing is one of the most interesting processes. It explains changes in our behaviours and motivational needs over time, as well as long-term distress behaviours we exhibit at times.
There are plenty of studies approaching the benefits of writing by hand, and many of them focus on the fact that it improves memory and promotes better and faster learning. In this post, I present to you a summary of my findings.