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  • April Winter Blues

    April Winter Blues? Really? Find some early spring tips to feel better. By David A. Morris, LCSW Are you feeling sad? Are you noticing your energy hasn’t come back yet? Several clients of mine have recently returned from sunny weather and immediately noticed the positive …

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  • A Blue Light Behavior Plan

    A Screen Time Behavior Plan How to manage your child’s exposure to blue light / back lit technology By David A. Morris, LCSW We know from the last blog “The Battle for Screen Time” that back lit technology (Flat screen televisions, smart phones, e-readers, tablets …

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  • Screen Time

    The Battle for Screen Time and Your Child’s Sleep By David A. Morris, LCSW Do you remember the riddle: What gets wetter and wetter as you get drier and drier? Answer: A towel of course! How about this riddle: What light makes you feel great, …

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  • Children’s Behavior: How to manage and find control in 2018

    Controlling Your Child’s Behavior: Parenting Tips for 2018 By David A. Morris, LCSW It’s 2018 and managing our children’s behavior is more important than ever. The influence of social media is intense. The spectacle of YouTube is enticing. The immediacy of the phone is addicting. …

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  • Trauma

    Trauma – Adjusting to a Threatening Situation By Kaylee Curilla, Psy.D “We’re only as needy as our unmet needs.” -John Bowlby (1969) We do not come into this world with the ability to regulate our own emotions. We do that in relationships. Being in a …

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  • Myths of Mindfulness – How to Unlock the Secrets!

    Unlocking the Secrets to Being More Content Through Mindfulness by Allison Bashe, PhD – New Directions Counseling Services, LLC Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? Do the myths of mindfulness actually dissuade you? Sometimes depression and anxiety can be caused by negative thinking – …

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  • Art Therapy

    Art Therapy and the Human Experience By Lauren Cormier, LPC / MAAT “Art never lies,” mused an instructor-mentor. Art has the capability to reveal our inner most truths. Whether we are consciously aware of them or not, the expression of the human experience through art …

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  • Make Progress in Therapy – Personality Disorder Help

    Learn more about making progress in therapy from an expert in personality traits by George Bagovich, LCSW First Let’s Review Blog 1 . . . (if you haven’t read it yet, click here) Research suggests that the majority of clients who fail to respond to …

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  • Couples Therapy & What Comes Next

    How to Maintain Your Relationship after Couples Therapy By David A. Morris, LCSW “It’s as if she has reverted back to all of her old ways!” “You’d think by now he would listen.” “All that work for nothing in couples therapy!” “I just want to …

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  • Personality Disorder Questions

    Do You Have a Personality Disorder? Learning to Say “I’m OK and others can be trusted.” By George Bagovich, LCSW Have you tried multiple psychiatric medications with little benefit or only short term benefit? Are you currently taking more than 2 psychiatric medications? Do you …

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