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Mental Health

Getting Inspired For the New Year

By Andrea Lopes, MSW, Life and Business Coach

It is interesting how words can inspire us. Choosing a word to start your vision board may be a helpful way for you to start. ... Continue Reading

Life Coaching: Ancillary Support For Providers

By Beth Albaneze, CTRS, CPRP, CLP

Life coaching supports recovery by advocating on behalf of the individual when the mental health and medical system is lacking or frustrating. Life coaching provides ... Continue Reading

Employment and the Mentally Ill

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Employment, for most of us, has a practical and symbolic significance. Work is a mechanism used to provide basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing. ... Continue Reading

Meditation: Why You Should Give It a Try

By Jeff Kucine, DO

You may associate meditation with spiritual traditions including Buddhism and Hinduism, but this ancient practice has now made its way into the secular realm and ... Continue Reading

This Too Shall Pass

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

Perception is the sum of our beliefs, values, and the images we hold as representing “our truth”. Perceptions reflect who we are, but they can ... Continue Reading

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

Life Coaching Creates Motivation

By Beth Albaneze, CTRS, CPRP, CLP

The goals at a client-centered individualized at-home support system include clients’ perceptions, needs and interests to foster an attitude of hopefulness. The benefits to utilizing ... Continue Reading

Stress Reduction – At Your Dental Office

By Alice Charland Bassford, DMD, MAGD

Stress Reduction/Relaxation Sessions May Help You Relax This Holiday Season. Excess stress and anxiety are common experiences for most people – who among us doesn’t ... 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

Social Anxiety Diminished By Brain Signals and Re-Thinking

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

For people with social anxiety, even everyday encounters with others can cause an agonizing degree of apprehension. This problem, affecting three to 13% U.S. adults, may ... Continue Reading
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