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  • Mindfulness Practice on a Daily Basis

    Practice Mindfulness on a Daily Basis David A. Morris, LCSW In the middle of the night, I was rocking my 5-month old son back to sleep. He was a fickle sleeper and my techniques were honed just right for his comfort. Then all of a …

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  • Negative Body Image

    Negative Body Image Art Therapy and Intermodal Techniques Lauren Cormier, MAAT, LPC A former client “Regina” (pseudonym) was uncomfortable with her body, hated shopping for clothes, saw her body differently than other people saw it, frequently compared herself and her body to others, and suffered …

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  • Narcissistic Mother Tips

    Dealing with a Narcissistic Mother – Part 2 – Some helpful tips 🙂 By David A Morris, LCSW Psychologist and blogger, Karyl McBride, Ph.D. puts it this way: “Narcissists are not in touch with their own feelings. They project those feelings on to others and …

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  • Mother’s Day Lunch

    Mother’s Day: Did I Eat Lunch Today? by Robyn Sechler, RD One week later and don’t you wish it was Mother’s Day again! Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have breakfast in bed again, with fresh hot coffee while your kids clean their rooms, make their …

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  • Mother’s Day

    Mother’s Day Restore Your Motherhood As Mother’s Day approaches, I think of the many strong, selfless mothers that I know. I think of mothers who juggle careers and family responsibilities, mothers caring for their young children 24/7, mothers who provide care for their own mothers …

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  • Heart centered healing

    At the Heart of New Directions ♥ An interview with New Directions Founder/Owner Michael Schneider, Psy.D. Winter 2015 When you come to New Directions Counseling Services, you can expect to be greeted in a compassionate, caring way that exemplifies the founder’s deep regard for the lives …

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  • Eating Disorders and Anxiety Closely Linked

    There is a strong link between eating disorders and anxiety. Eating disorders are complex and a challenge to overcome, as symptoms and stressors vary widely among people.  However, research in recent years has shown that anxiety (and other mood disorders) and eating disorders are often …

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  • How to Naturally Treat Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

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    In a previous post, we discussed the basics of polycystic ovarian syndrome and its causes.  This post will address how to treat it naturally without putting harmful drugs into your body. Conventional drugs, such as oral contraceptives and Metformin, which suppresses glucose production by the …

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  • What is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome?

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    While you may never have heard of polycystic ovarian syndrome, it affects 1 in 10 women and is commonly undiagnosed or misdiagnosed because its symptoms vary so greatly.  However, it is crucial that women suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) are able to identify some …

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  • Common Myths about Weight Loss

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    by Christine Doolittle, RD Losing weight seems to have become an obsession. We want instant results such as losing 10 pounds in 2 days, and many people wind up on the weight loss roller coaster of losing and regaining. There is no magic pill that …

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