The lack of physical contact and its unclear end, is a hot topic these days. If you are isolated and alone, this moment can be particularly difficult for you. Perhaps being alone and isolated bring up unpleasant feelings. Knowing that you will not be able to visit people, sit down to have a coffee or […]
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About Paula Dabbah
Paula Dabbah es Licenciada en Psicología recibida en la Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Psicoanalista con una vasta experiencia en la atención de adolescentes, adultos y parejas. Actualmente es Consultora de la Asociación ELA Argentina. Ha ofrecido asistencia psicológica en un Centro de Salud Mental de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires durante 20 años.
Fue consultora del Ministerio de Salud de la Nación y colaboradora en la redacción de Guías de Salud. Es organizadora y presentadora de "Charlas para la Comunidad" en el Centro de Gestión y Participación N13 y fundadora de Psicoanálisis en la Ciudad.
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We are at an unprecedented moment in the history of humanity. A moment that requires us to take care of ourselves and in most cases shelter in place in isolation or with our family. Today we talk about anxiety: what causes it and how to keep it at bay. It is the first time in […]
If you want to remain sane during the quarantine, when you’re likely working from home and living with your family in closed quarters, you must quickly incorporate new routines. Here I share 10 things you can do during the quarantine that will hopefully awaken other creative ideas to keep you and your family in the […]
We live at a time when anxiety is one of the most common disorders. Today I invite you to identify some triggers and explore how to overcome anxiety to live a fuller life. The feeling of anxiety goes beyond a diagnosis. Here some questions to detect if you feel anxious. Do you feel nervous? Are […]
- Experiential Leadership Event — 10 Years in the MakingNovember 4, 2022 - 6:20 pm
It came and went in a nanosecond, yet, this was our best experiential leadership event of the last ten years. If you had told me ten years ago when my book Find your Inner Red Shoes (Penguin) was published that the idea seeded in the book would become the vision of a company and a […]