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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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  • Panic and Anxiety: Two Approaches

    Panic and Anxiety: Two Approaches by David A. Morris, LCSW Two people were hiking in the woods, and unfortunately came across two adult bears rummaging along the path. When the bears smelled the hikers and then met their gaze, they snorted very loudly. Loud enough …

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  • Panic and Performance

    Panic and Performance by David A. Morris, LCSW I spent nine years coaching collegiate soccer and throughout that time I saw how an athlete’s panic and anxiety could deteriorate their performance on the field. In regular life, anxiety appears to be no different when a …

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  • Naming Feelings

    Name Your Feelings by David A. Morris, LCSW There’s power in naming our inner feelings. Once when a client was telling me a story and the distress they were experiencing, I said absently “Whoa! I bet that guilt felt horrible?”. The client looked at me …

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  • Eating Feelings

    Eating Your Feelings Do you ever “eat your feelings”? Do you eat when you are not hungry, eat until you are uncomfortably full, or hide what you eat because you’re ashamed or embarrassed of what you just ate? Do you not know how to stop? …

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  • Diet Weight Loss

    The Diet Mentality – A 95% Failure Rate Weight loss and dieting. It’s all around us. We aren’t happy with our weight or shape. Few of our friends seem to be happy with it either. It’s like there’s a constant low-speed drill boring through our …

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  • Gratitude Inside Out Movie

    Gratitude and Inside Out Movie by Heather D. Morris, LCSW I recently watched the movie Inside Out with my children and it led to a great discussion about emotions that even my young child could understand. In the movie, a young girl moves across the …

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  • Valentine’s Day Gratitude

    Valentine’s Day Gratitude By David A. Morris, LCSW Although Valentine’s Day can often be a source of self-pity, it can also be a reminder to practice gratitude. This holiday may have been stolen by capitalism but like most of our traditions it originally was developed …

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  • SAD and Winter Low Moods

    S.A.D or Just Sad By David A. Morris, LCSW It’s a weird time of the year. The winter holidays are well behind us and winter seems to be building up its stamina with cold winds, temperatures and icy roads. It can be a difficult time …

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