Simple and Easy Ways to Improve your Quality of Life

Simple and Easy Ways to Improve your Quality of Life

Mental Health | Self Improvement

We find that many people seek ways to feel better or improve their Quality of Life. They are looking to reduce the stress they may be feeling in their everyday existence. Some are missing that “happy” feeling and are looking for ways to get it and feel like Quality of Life is a priority. People, […]

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Smart Phone Addiction

Smart Phone Addiction – Are you or your children suffering from it

Mental Health | Self Improvement

Smartphone Addiction is real and this week students at Stanford University used their proximity to Apple to make a stand. The group, “Stanford Students Against Addictive Devices” are trying to bring awareness and action to the addictiveness of smart phones/devices. Many of us are likely suffering from Smart Phone Addiction now and realize we spend […]

Avoid Holiday Stress - 5 Simple Questions to ask

Avoid Holiday Stress with 5 simple questions

Family | Relationships | Self Improvement

The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, or so we’re told.  For many of us, the holiday season starts a long and arduous holiday stress management tour of duty. But there are ways to minimize holiday stress, especially in regard to attending gatherings. It is wonderful to be invited to holiday gatherings […]

Authenticity and connectedness

Feeling Lonely? Try this ….

Relationships | Self Improvement

  Why in a day and age when we are connected 24/7 to others, do we feel lonely? People report feeling lonely, because they lack real connection with others. Connection that is open, honest and genuine. Being open and honest, isn’t always sexy and may not set the tone of having it “all together” that […]

How much stress is too much stress

Question of the Week- Stress

Anxiety | Self Improvement

How much stress is too much stress? This is an interesting question and one that we certainly hear OFTEN. Stress in general can be the root cause for many of our clients to come to see us initially. First, stress is a normal part of every day. Stress in some cases, is a very good […]

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Thought Challenging, and how it works on Anxiety

Anxiety | Self Improvement

Thought challenging is a process in which you challenge the negative thoughts that often lead to anxiety or depression. With strong motivation, discipline and the right support from a licensed professional, negative thought pattern recognition can be re-structured and replaced with positive thought patterns. This involves three steps: (Identify, Challenge & Replace) 1. Identify negative […]

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Bah Humbug

How to make “The Most Wonderful Time of Year” actually feel that way

Family | Relationships | Self Improvement

For many people, the holidays are their FAVORITE time of the year. There are parties to go to, people to see, gifts to buy, and the chance to see loved ones. But for many more, the holidays feel downright terrible. For those of you that just aren’t feeling that joyous, first know you’re not alone. […]

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Eliminate Negativity

Ideas To Eliminate Negativity In Your Life

Relationships | Self Improvement

It’s common to fall into a funk or to even start feeling depressed, especially as the holiday season approaches. Just thinking about it is enough to send some people into a tailspin! In our practice we spend time with clients talking about how to eliminate things that create a sense of negativity in their lives. […]

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3 Steps to go from Frazzled to Fabulous

Inspiration | Self Improvement

For many of us, back to school hits and we go full steam ahead plugging through our days. We hustle, bustle, mark things off our list. We go to meetings, we plan for meetings, we daydream on how to get out of meetings, and even skip them all together. We juggle car pools, groceries, actually […]

What are emotions?

Self Improvement

What are emotions and why do we have them? Emotions are a signal from our brains that alert us to a change in our environment, ourselves or both. They spark a thought process that helps make decisions. They are generally short term or fleeting, when compared to a mood. A mood can last several hours, […]

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