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Do you every feel so submerged in the stress and anxiety of the day that you would give anything for a moment of stillness? Breathwork is an amazing technique that can allow you to create a moment of space to be present and to quiet...

Shame… A word that is used frequently yet is so often misunderstood. The question is–what is shame exactly? And what does shame do? Julia Cameron, in her engaging book, The Artist’s Way, describes shame as the enemy to creativity. Cameron adds that shame is...

What should I know about helping my child with anxiety? There are 3 typical areas that professionals target when supporting children with anxiety: 1 – The Physiological Aspect: The physical symptoms related to anxiety (butterflies, tummy pain, tense body, heart racing, nausea,...

How intimidating does that sound? Asking for help can seem impossible, especially when ruminating on the suffocating hurt and the fuel of pain and sadness that makes hope and change seem unattainable. Opening up to someone else can seem scary (will they judge me?),...

For most of us, when we hear the words grief or loss we can almost immediately remember the death of a friend or family member. Death and loss are experienced by everyone and are universally some of our most painful life experiences. And the closer...

Anxiety is probably one of the most common feelings people have today. It's very normal for people to become anxious when a big project is due, when there is a deadline for work, or when an outcome to something important is unknown. People naturally feel...

La depresión es el ahora el diagnóstico más común para adultos en los Estados Unidos. Casi el diez por ciento de la población sufre de depresión cada año, pero muy pocos buscan tratamiento. Parte del problema podría ser que los impactos de depresión todo el...

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