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  • ADHD Summer

    ADHD Summer Strategy: Things to Consider By David A. Morris, LCSW As the parent of a child with ADHD or as a teenager coping with it, you have worked so hard this year sticking with your medication for ADHD. You even stuck by the behavior plan …

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  • Accepting New Patients at New Directions Counseling

    Welcome Home! And Welcome to New Directions Counseling Services, LLC Dr. Kim Clinebell’s journey back to Wexford, PA In effort to provide the communities north of Pittsburgh, PA with the most comprehensive counseling services, New Directions Counseling Services, LLC is pleased to announce the addition …

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  • ADHD 101: The Basics and Beyond

    ADHD 101: The Basics of ADHD and Beyond By David A. Morris, LCSW You’ll often see this definition provided by researchers and doctors for ADHD – “Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.” What does that …

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  • Relationships

    Deposit into Relationships and the Emotional Bank Account Relationship’s little moments add up to a big moment By David A. Morris, LCSW Start depositing positive things into your relationships and your partner’s emotional bank account. It’s the difference between “[shrug] I don’t know” and “I’ll …

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  • Breaking Family and Relationship Patterns

    Breaking Family and Relationship Patterns How taking responsibility plays a role. David A. Morris, LCSW Taking responsibility has become an afterthought in our society. The whimsical phrase “get forgiveness instead of permission” has become more of a societal philosophy. The relationships and family attachments we have …

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  • Emotional Eating Group

    Overcoming the Shame of Emotional Eating Join our New Emotional Eating Support Group by Tory Butterworth, PhD Do you often feel alone when coping with your emotional eating? Are you feeling sick and tired of doing this on your own? Doesn’t a supportive, understanding group …

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  • Tolerating Emotional Pain

    Tolerating and Managing Emotional Pain Build Resilience Through Pain Tolerance David A. Morris, LCSW Most self help articles start with an explanation of how to get rid of unwanted feelings such as anger, anxiety or depression. In my experience, people who have a high quality …

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  • Living Longer Healthier Lives

    Living Longer, Healthier Lives By Jessica Marshall, RD and LEAP Therapist For thousands of years, people have wanted a longer, healthier life searching for anti-aging or exploring a mythical fountain of youth.  Even though nothing yet has been found, we still hold on to hope that …

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  • Sleep and School Aged Children

    Getting Sleep Back on Track by David A. Morris, LCSW If you have school aged children, you might notice something different about their demeanor during the first few weeks of school. Irritated, agitated, drifting, even miserable at times would not be an overstatement for most …

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  • Probiotics and Mood

    Serotonin In Your Gut – Probiotics and Your Mood Jessica Marshall, LDN CLT A psychiatrist once coined the term “psychobiotics” after studying the terrible tragedy which hit Walkerton, Canada. Their water supply had been overrun by dangerous strains of bacteria after severe flooding. A handful …

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