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Individual Counseling
December 13, 2019

One Easy Trick to Guarantee You Survive the Holidays with Your Crazy Family.

How Verbal Aikido Can Keep you Safe - Even with the Most Toxic Parents. During the Holidays there are some people who go home and feel loved up, complemented, heard and appreciated. Their parents are open and loving. And then there is the other end of the spectrum where individuals go home and end up…
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Individual CounselingUncategorized
December 14, 2018

A Guide to Managing Stress During Political Holidays. (The Quick Answer is to Turn Your Phone Off).

There are so many incendiary topics swirling in the popular media right now. We seem to be inundated at an unprecedented speed with emotional events and topics: Me Too, gun violence, mental health, politics, stock market, Him Too, immigration, pronouns, “Baby It’s Cold Outside” - just to name a few. Is your blood pressure up…
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Individual Counseling
February 1, 2018

Free Therapy and Where to Find It

Can you get free therapy? The answer is yes - sort of. There are many places to get low cost psychotherapy but there are also many ways to get support around self-growth - for free.
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Individual Counseling
December 8, 2017

Are You Bad At Self Love? Here’s How To Stop

Do you list all the things you should have done or should be better at doing? Maybe your spouse, sibling or friends tell you that “you are too hard on yourself” and “you need to lower your expectations for yourself?”
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Individual Counseling
October 31, 2017

A Quick Path to Mindfulness.

What does Mindfulness really mean? You see people talking, posting and blogging about mindful eating, mindful walking, mindful texting and even mindful sex. But what does this mean? What is Mindfulness? How you do become more mindful? And do you really need to? Mindfulness simply means focusing on one thing at a time – and…
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Individual Counseling
December 5, 2012

Holiday Survival Guide For The Newly Un-Coupled

Breaking up, separating or divorcing is devastating at any time of the year but can feels especially horrible when it happens during the holiday season. This time of year is filled with images of happy families and joyful, loving couples exchanging meaningful gifts and sharing loving moments. The juxtaposition of these images and your reality…
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