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  • Shadow work: 7 steps to heal the wounded self
    Shadow work: 7 steps to heal the wounded self by January 18, 2019, 8:45 am We all have demons inside us. Every day, we fight against them – sometimes we lose, sometimes we Read more
  • Words of Wisdom from Ram Dass
    We're all distracted by phenomena, everything that's going on all the time.Mindfulness is one of the practices for slowing down our lives, for finding a way inside, for concentrating self-awareness. Read more
  • For the Highly Sensitive Person: Why we feel Overwhelmed & Burnt Out.
    For the Highly Sensitive Person: Why we feel Overwhelmed & Burnt Out. | elephant journal Self-care is essential, especially for highly sensitive people.It’s usually easier said than done when we struggle Read more
  • 10 Reasons to Seek Couples Counseling
    If you’re yelling, cursing, belittling or giving one another the silent treatment, it’s time to get help. I’m not talking about the rare occasion when one of you uncharacteristically briefly Read more
  • Play!
    Play isn’t just for children.  It’s a very important neurological state for adults as well.  Play is a blended state between sympathetic activation and restful safety.  According to polyvagal expert Read more
  • Use Your Breath to Balance and Calm
    When you feel anxious, stressed out, worried, agitated, one of the best ways to find balance is by using your breath. Our heartrate naturally speeds up on our inhale and Read more
  • Let’s Talk About Self-Care
    When I initially thought about self-care, my mind went straight to taking a long bath, treating myself to a spa day, and eating my favorite comfort food. Yes of course Read more
  • Things to be Mindful as we Continue to Navigate a More “Virtual” Life
    As we enter into the new year of 2021, I found myself reflecting on this past year and all of the challenges, transitions, emotions, and pain we all as a Read more
  • 3 Simple Steps That Help in Uncertain Times
    1. Be Kind to Yourself. Being kind to yourself is essential. Kindness to ourselves is especially important in times of uncertainty. Being kind to yourself means soothing yourself with calming music. Giving Read more
  • The Guest House
    This January, I have slowed down to reflect on the meaning of “self improvement.” So many of us show up to therapy with a list of things we want to Read more
  • Two Therapists Talk Teletherapy
    Over the recent months, many mental health care professionals have transitioned largely to teletherapy. Two of our therapists, Emily Prochaska, LPC and Hailey Palmer, LSW, connected over the phone to Read more
  • Mental Health Professionals will be on the Frontlines for Years after COVID-19
    In times like these we remember that freedom isn’t free and soldiers fight for us every day. Our healthcare workers are fighting this unprecedented pandemic and putting themselves at risk Read more
  • Just One Thing
    Simple practices for resilient happiness from Rick Hanson, Ph.D.  Is it truly urgent?The Practice: Lower The Pressure.  Why?  Things come at us with so much urgency and demand these days. Phones ring, texts buzz, Read more
  • Using the Acronym GLAD for Reflection and Gratitude
    It can be difficult to remind ourselves to focus on the positive aspects of our daily lives. In fact, our brains are hardwired to bring our focus and awareness to Read more
    It is never too much to talk about and encourage kindness. The power of kindness can have incredible effects to those on the receiving end. We can give mindful compliments, Read more
  • Focus on your heart to Improve Your Health: A Quick Meditation
    Focus on Your Heart to Improve Your Health and Much More! A Quick MeditationHave you ever been faced with a tough decision, but you knew in your “heart” what the Read more






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