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Change Comes With The Season

From clothing, to activities, to spring, and fall house keeping, without often thinking about it, we often change with the season. We feel the change in the air around us, we start to get the urge to change within us. With fall 2020 upon us, and with all what has taken place this year, what…

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Laughter is Good Medicine

Laughter is very good medicine. I know I use it in my sessions. Can you find humor in the world around you? This is a great way to deal with stress; things are hard enough right now. Personally, I was watching Sanford & Son last week and I was cracking up. Laughed my butt off….

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Committing To Therapy

Considering therapy is a big step.  Connecting with your therapist and following through past your fear can be scary and difficult at times.  In this Short Talk with Scott, I discuss the importance of giving yourself 90 days to see if things turn around for you.  Check it out:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6ZpjtG1hpw To see more Videos and to…

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Controlling Your Anxiety

Between Covid 19, nationwide protests, and the new election cycle upon us, Stress and anxiety are on the rise…Not sure what to do? Try these tips to help you cope with it. – Focus on things you can control (ie. get a good night’s sleep) – Stay ‘virtually’ connected – Be kind to yourself (ie….

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Please check out my video, whereas I talk about the 3 reasons why people often don’t get the assistance they may need.  Feedback is always appreciated.

You Don’t Have To Wait To Get Started!!

My clients often think they have to know all of the steps and have every detail planned out and perfect before they can start to make changes. But what I teach them is that they will never feel 100% ready, and more often than not, they are ready right now. You don’t have to have…

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You Are Good, Say It With Me!!

It’s August 1st, so let’s start this month of right. Say it with me!!   Start your day with these positive affirmations, then post them somewhere you can read them everyday. Studies show that using positive and uplifting language, spoken (including in your head) or written (hello journaling) rewires your brain and can actually improve…

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Checking in

While staying in contact with friends and loved ones is important, asking “how are you?” can seem habitual. It’s is a perfectly normal way to begin a conversation or meeting and understood as a polite way to express concern, to which “I’m fine” or “Good” are socially acceptable responses. But is “how are you?” really…

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How Are You “Really” Feeling?

How are you feeling? How many times have we been asked that question? How many times have we asked it? How many times have we given or received an authentic answer? Most say, I’m good, great, and that’s also what we expect to hear in return. What if we really tuned in and named our…

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