Vanessa Kredler

In my last blog I wrote about food addiction and shame. In this one, I'm offering a neurobiological perspective on chronic shame.

Vanessa Kredler

Why are we so ashamed of our addictive eating? And what is shame, anyway?

Vanessa Kredler

Internal Family Systems is amazing at creating transformational change through a brain process called memory reconsolidation.

Vanessa Kredler

Trauma is an experience that happens too soon, too much, or too fast, or when there was an absence of what should have been provided.

Vanessa Kredler

To illustrate what complex trauma recovery may look like, let me share a little about my own experience with it. Everyone is different!

Vanessa Kredler

I had a humbling wake up call and I want to share it with you hoping that you might get some value out of it.

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Acknowledgement of Country
I recognise the history, culture, diversity and value of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and acknowledge their Elders past and present.

I acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded, and support reconciliation, justice and the recognition of the ongoing living culture of all First Nations people by providing welcoming and culturally informed services. 

Embracing inclusivity and diversity,  I also support a culture of inclusion, respect, choice, voice and diversity and am committed to supporting all people to be mentally well and engaged in their communities.