Veterans and Hypnotherapy: a road to recovery for those who have given so much
Very few people who go into the armed services come out the same person they were before they signed up. Many attain new levels of maturity, grow wiser, and display great strength of character. Others develop similar traits, but they also
Words can get therapists into a lot of trouble these days. A client can be insulted or alienated by your implying there is something about them that you don’t quite understand or accept, simply by the language you use. It can be
Hope for the afflicted and the affected
Dementia is an all-too-common condition, and when it encroaches upon a person’s life, it changes everything. Suddenly, the ability to function fully is ripped from the afflicted individual, and in many cases, dementia gets compounded by depression, anxiety, and grief. The Alzheimer’s Association
The shadow knows! Unlock hidden parts of the personality, and stop letting them undermine you and your clients!
Clients often speak about their “darker sides,” the parts of their personality that might motivate them to ignore their
Social media as an addictive substance
You might think social media is a necessary “evil,” and to a large degree, it’s
We won’t be talking about the pros and cons of a counseling career today but pay attention to the right program choice that can open your door to the professional counseling world.
As far as you are looking to find the program, I suppose you are perfectly aware of what
Are you constantly thinking about food or your next opportunity to eat?
Do you see yourself as thinner or heavier than others see you?
Have you tried several weight loss/food control methods?
Do you feel shame about your eating or not eating?
Are you juggling multiple roles in your life?
It was a beautiful summer day and we were enjoying a gorgeous walk in the park. The clouds were stunning, the air was fresh, life was amazing. Stacey and I had been chatting about her upcoming nuptials. Suddenly as I looked over at my friend, she was fidgeting with her shirt. She had a look of panic on her face as I asked her what
Depression is often a reaction to a distressing or traumatic event. The people and situations who are associated with the traumatic event in our lives are referred to as traumatic triggers.
An example is someone reporting, “I never was depressed before my father (mother, child, spouse, best friend) died.” After