Of Guts and Brain: The Gut-Brain Axis

Published on May 14, 2017

If you are willing to make a few changes, “disease goes away as a side effect of health.” (Hyman, 2012, p. 29)

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Exodus and Anxiety

Published on April 4, 2017

Slavery, while terrible, represented a secure existence. By that, I mean that life was consistent, unchanging, certain. A slave will never achieve great things or recognition on a greater societal level, but he/she will also rarely encounter doubt and anxiety.

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How to Choose the Right Therapist

Published on June 21, 2016

As a therapist, I have heard too many clients tell me that they’ve had a negative experience…

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Earth, Water, Air, and Fire

Published on June 5, 2016

The four classical elements are channels through which we make contact with the present moment reality, and engage our uniquely human mind – a mind capable of creativity, of connecting to others, of faith and spirituality.  I offer you these four elements as resources in moments of stress, panic, fear, or any other overwhelming experience.

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7 Tips for Writing a Successful Blog Post

Published on May 1, 2016

How to get your blog found on the internet and successfully market your practice.

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Opposites Do Not Exist; Opposites Are Created

Published on April 18, 2016

In both our personal and professional lives, it is more manageable to work with ideas, strategies, plans, goals, relationships, feelings and so on, if we place them in an opposite.

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