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Counseling

Will and Strength

By Patrice Perkins, Life Coach

During the holidays we’re constantly thinking of others. But if you’ve experienced a big move, a job loss, a divorce or a death in the ... Continue Reading

Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Behavioral Training “Neurons that fire together wire together”

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

It was once believed that the brain was hard-wired and fixed. The belief was that the adult brain could not change.  However, research over the ... Continue Reading

Psychiatric Rehab

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Persons who have received a mental illness diagnosis, particularly one of a serious and persistent nature, have found psychiatric rehabilitation services beneficial in their recovery. ... Continue Reading

10 Networking Tips For Ultimate Success

By Barbara-Jean Gill

In today’s economy, networking can be the key to the success of any business. Networking is pretty much free, it’s immediate, and you can customize your ... Continue Reading

Epigenetics: Are You Anxious Or Depressed?

By Jennifer Robin Musiol, C-RNP

Does life seem too hard? Do either of your parents self-medicate with alcohol or drugs? Your mood swings and your pain could be genetically passed ... Continue Reading

Anniversary Reactions: The Science Behind Holiday Grief

By Susan M. Coale, LCSW-C

As you prepare for the holiday season, we in the bereavement counseling community are preparing to support those feeling the grief that can come when ... Continue Reading

Teen Suicide

By Janet V. Johnson, MD

Teen Suicide Statistics • Suicide is one of the leading causes of death for teenagers – it’s the third leading cause of death. • Every ... Continue Reading

When Comfort Food Brings Discomfort: Nutrition and Hydration In the End Stages Of Life

By Eric Bush, MD, RPh, MBA, CMO

When a person living with advanced illness or a life-limiting condition nears the end of life and their families and friends begin to gather to ... Continue Reading

Feeling Inferior

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

“Be yourself, everyone else is already taken” – Oscar Wilde Feeling inferior is intrinsic to low self-esteem.  It comes from comparing yourself to others and ... Continue Reading

Need Help Communicating With Your Partner? Three Tips For Communication That Connects You and Your Partner

By Kathleen Stark, LMSW

The most common compliant couples have when they come to therapy is by far the same: We can’t communicate. The truth is, communication is not ... Continue Reading
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