Creative Communication: The Power of Art Therapy | Alexandra Steward

November 11, 2020

Whenever I visit my grandmother, or “Nanna” as all the grandkids call her, we paint together and she tells me stories about her life from long ago. She would delight…

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What Is EMDR? How Does It Work?….and many more questions.

May 6, 2019

Do you find yourself trapped in your own brain?  Is a distressing memory stuck, replaying over and over?  Do you intellectually know that you are not to blame for what…

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Mental Health Therapy Can Help with Chronic Pain

April 8, 2019

Change your brain to change your pain!! What does mental health have to do with PAIN? Susan loved her job as a nurse. She worked long hours, but helping her…

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Un-Masking America: Why Our Culture Needs Halloween

October 25, 2018

That time of the year had rolled around once again. It’s a time where homes are transformed into haunted houses, grocery stores stock up on pumpkins of all shapes and…

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5 Tips for New Year’s Resolution Success

December 28, 2017

It’s that time of the year again – the END OF IT! The New Year often brings about an array of thoughts and feelings. We are often excited about closing…

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3 Christmas Characters that May or May NOT Have Compulsive Behavior Problems: EBENEZER SCROOGE

December 22, 2017

Bah, Humbug! These words probably come to many of our minds when we think of our favorite Christmas villain, Ebenezer Scrooge, who was first introduced to us by Charles Dickens…

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3 Chistmas Characters that May or May NOT Have Compulsive Behavior Problems: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER

December 13, 2017

December just wouldn’t be December and Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas if we didn’t get see that adorable 9th reindeer with the illuminating red nose displayed on front lawns and rooftops…

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3 Christmas Characters that May or May NOT have Compulsive Behavior Problems: SANTA CLAUS

November 29, 2017

This huggable, loveable, jolly old soul has become the face of Christmas in many cultures. He represents the purity and innocence of humanity that we simply don’t get enough of…

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Is Happiness a Myth?

January 25, 2017

By Megan Fletcher, Licensed Professional Counselor Every day you either see or hear someone talking about being happy. It surrounds you daily, yet you feel like something is missing. It’s…

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