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  • Would Confidentiality Be an Issue If You Saw Your Podiatrist in Public?
    This morning while standing in the front office of the counseling practice where I see clients, a woman came to the window, to fill out paperwork for her intake assessment. […] link to source

  • Book Review: End the Insomnia Struggle
    So much of how we live our lives depends on getting good sleep. If you have a poor night’s sleep, you feel tired all the following day, you may be […] link to source

  • Book Review: The Assertiveness Guide for Women
    I don’t want to make the situation worse. I don’t want others to think I’m controlling. I’m afraid the person won’t like me anymore. These are just a few of […] link to source

  • Increase in Suicide Rates and Teen Depression
    Researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a report on January 11, 2017, detailing our country’s progress in twenty-six public health categories. The report is based on […] link to source

  • Book Review: The A-to-Z Self-Care Handbook for Social Workers
    Self-care is a growing area of interest in the mental health field and in popular culture. Mental health workers encourage their clients to practice mindfulness and be aware of the […] link to source

  • Book Review: This Is Where You Belong
    Melody Warnick’s new book is about falling in love – with the place where you live. Warnick used to be what she calls a “Mover” rather than a “Stayer;” she […] link to source

  • Attachment and Substance Abuse: Changing the Substance Abuse Treatment Paradigm
    “They don’t care what you know till they know that you care” Treating addiction is a complicated process requiring an in-depth journey from childhood to the present. Individuals suffering from […] link to source

  • Experiencing Performance Issues? EMDR Therapy Can Help
    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a scientifically based form of psychotherapy originally developed to treat trauma associated with posttraumatic stress disorder. Since its advent approximately 25 years ago, […] link to source

  • Book Review: It’s Not Your Journey
    A memoir, by nature, is an essay on a learned subject or an account written from personal knowledge. Most memoirs are picked up and read to understand a person, their […] link to source

  • The Psychosocial Effects on Personality: Social Markers to Follow in Early Personality Development
    The environment has its own impact on the development of an individual’s personality. The relationship between parents and between parents and their children matters a lot, as each person who […] link to source

  • Does Social Media Leave You Inspired for Action or Riddled with Guilt?
    Are you inspired by your social media feeds? Consider all your social media feeds for just a minute… you know the ones: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+, etc., etc. Do your […] link to source

  • Freedom from OCD
    When he was dealing with severe obsessive-compulsive disorder, my son Dan spent nine weeks in a world-renowned residential treatment program. During this time, he kept saying things such as “I’m […] link to source

  • Using Social Media on the Autism Spectrum
    Those on the Autism Spectrum are consistently having to work more often than most on understanding what’s appropriate or expected in this world we live in. As the world grows […] link to source

  • A Systematic Approach to Understanding Learning Styles in Students with Disabilities
    The way in which individuals perceive information and process it in different ways has an impact on learning. The understanding that each individual possess a unique set of biological and […] link to source

  • Book Review: Changing to Thrive
    Change is hard. If it wasn’t, the diet pill industry alone would go out of business overnight. People who are desperate to make a change look for that quick fix […] link to source


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