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  • Successful Relationship Communication

    Relationship Communication: How often what was said, is not what the other heard! By Becky Richardson, LPC Early in my marriage years, my husband said “We need to do something about this yard.”  I immediately heard “YOU haven’t done anything about this yard,” and got …

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  • Make Your Resolution Sustainable

    RESOLUTIONS FOR THE NEW YEAR What you can do to make resolutions stay! by Tory Butterworth, LPC “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”. Newton said it best about human behavior even if he wasn’t studying us! If you are like many …

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  • Slow Down Holiday Overeating

    HOLIDAY OVEREATING How to slow down overeating when food is everywhere. Food, Food, Food . . . It’s all around us. Everywhere we go, everything we see, food treats are strategically placed to lure us into temptation. Holiday displays in stores, pictures of desserts on …

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  • Holiday Stress

    Navigating Holiday Stress by Lacey Marks, LCSW The holidays can be stressful, ask around. Between the finances, family tension, and unrealistic expectations, the holidays can become a time of stress rather than joy. How do we get back to the real purpose behind your holiday …

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  • After a Trauma, How To Start Feeling Better

    Start Feeling Better Post – Trauma Tips by New Directions Counseling Services Unexpected. Hard to imagine. Breath stealing. Shocking. Traumas take something from us that takes time to recover. They are difficult to process in the moment and confusing to reflect upon. Often, our emotions …

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  • Group therapy: A Deep Connection

    Imagine Being Supported. Experience a Deep Connection. The Power of Group Therapy By Margaret Sechler, LCSW “Group helps me to know I am not alone in what I’m going through.” – M.R. New Directions group member. Despite all of our technological advances, the innate human …

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  • Honoring Your Emotions

    Honor Emotions Your strong emotions may be a blessing By Christine Kobik, LPC A fictional young woman, Jessica has often been anxious but since she’s been with John her anxiety has gotten much worse.  It has been over a year now and she just can’t …

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  • Depression Voice

    The Depression Voice What our inner voice tells us about ourselves. By David A. Morris, LCSW Sylvia Plath, famous writer, once described her depression as, “I could not sleep, although tired. And lay feeling my nerves shaved to pain and the groaning inner voice: oh, …

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  • Ready for School?

    Is Your Child Ready for School? Have you noticed any emotional outbursts as you get closer to the first day? Being ready for school after a summer of fun, relaxed rules, and no academic responsibilities is difficult. We are already seeing children at the practice …

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  • Compulsive Eating

    Compulsive Eating and Relationship Conflict The Missing Nutrient is NOT in the Food By Tory Butterworth, Ph.D. Overeating is a mystery for most compulsive overeaters. They don’t know where it comes from, how it invades their lives, or how to get rid of it. I …

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