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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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  • What Do Women Want? and Work – Life Balance

    What Do Women Want? and Work – Life Balance part 2 of finding identity within your relationship Gender roles used to be more delineated but now women and men find themselves choosing their roles more freely. This can be a wonderful opportunity for women to …

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  • Teenage Anger

    Managing Teenage Anger: Getting Real by John Moyer, LPC Everybody gets angry sometimes. Angry teens often get a bad rap as destructive people that most of us want to avoid. Let’s talk about normalizing anger as a perfectly healthy emotion that can get out of …

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  • The Male Independence Need

    The Male Independence Need by David A. Morris, LCSW Many of my married male clients over the years have expressed a need for independence. It typcially sounds something like “If I could only get away. . . “, “I wish my wife would give me …

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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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  • School Anxiety

    School Anxiety and How to Reduce Your Child’s Worry By David A Morris, LCSW The first day of school often elicits a host of emotions for a child, a parent and even a teacher. When I used to work in the school setting as a …

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  • Managing Your Anger

    Managing Your Anger By: John Moyer, M. Ed., LPC The scientist Louis Pasteur famously said, “Chance favors the prepared mind.” That phrase can also be good advice for dealing with problematic anger. Have you ever been told that you have an “anger management” problem or …

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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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