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Some Basic Information on Depression…

Some Basic Information on Depression…

Everyone, at various times throughout the lifecycle, may feel sad or blue. It’s normal to feel sad on occasion…this is part of being a human being. Sometimes, these feelings are a direct result of things that can occur in life; the loss of a family member of friend, […]

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Every Day Matters…

Every Day Matters…

I often work with my therapy clients to help them understand that attitude is a choice. LIFE IS SHORT: We create our own world by the way in which we choose to see it. It’s important to remember that you can focus your time on fear, worry, problems […]

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The Mind/Body Connection

The Mind/Body Connection

I recently came across this wonderful article in the Huffington Post, written by Ed and Deb Shapiro. I thought I would share it below with my readers, as it contains some great points about how thoughts and emotions can affect your body, a connection which we often […]

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Relaxation Methods can help with Depression and Anxiety

Relaxation Methods can help with Depression and Anxiety

I work with many of my clients who are depressed or anxious to substitute relaxation sensations for stress sensations…which can help set more favorable conditions for positive thinking. When people feel depressed, energy often declines and ordinary life stressors can seem impossible to manage. Simply putting yourself […]

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What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Everyone seems to be talking about evidence-based practice and the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (“CBT”) these days…so I thought I would put together a post to review the basics of this form of treatment. CBT has become increasingly popular in recent years with both mental health consumers […]

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What is Mindfulness?

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the awareness that emerges from paying attention with purpose, in the present moment, and accepting things as they are from a non-judgmental viewpoint.  It is about paying attention to those aspects of life that we may take for granted or ignore in the hustle/bustle that […]

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