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  • The Myths of EMDR

    Myths of EMDR: By Shannon Lebak, LCSW There are times when saying what something isn’t is more helpful in understanding it. We posted the first EMDR blog (click here) conveying what EMDR is and how it helped out Cameron with her struggle. Now let us …

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  • EMDR Blog Part One

    EMDR: Effective, Efficient Intervention for Trauma By Shannon Lebak, LCSW I have been a therapist for more than 15 years and I have come to realize that most people have experienced trauma. The misconception assumes trauma equates to PTSD. This is not true. Not everyone …

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  • The Pain and Joy of Motherhood

    Happy Mother’s Day! The Pain and Joy of Motherhood by Heather Morris, LCSW Have you ever sat on the plane half-listening to the flight attendant explain that in case of emergency you should put on your own air mask before placing one on your child? …

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  • Micronutrients

    Everything’s Fine, But You Still Don’t Feel Right? The role of micronutrients in our bodies. By Jessica Marshall, RD “All the tests are normal. The labs seem fine. And you still don’t feel okay?” quizzed the doctor. In our current world, the situation you just …

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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