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Tips for Living the Life You Want

Think Your Greatest Success is Out of Reach? Think Again

Andrea Brandt, Ph.D., MFT • 9/13/2017 • 1 Comment

By Andrea Brandt - In this second part of a three-part series adapted from the upcoming book Mindful Aging: Embracing Your Life after 50 to Find Fulfillment, Purpose, and Joy, author and clinician Andrea Brandt looks at how to increase awareness of what brings you joy.


Treating Chronic Pain

Pill-Free Approaches to Move People From Hurt To Hope

Martha Teater, MA, LMFT, LCAS, LPC • 9/12/2017 • 3 Comments

There's a myth that opioid pain medications are the strongest painkillers we have. It's not true.

Let me show you the science, and what you should do to treat chronic pain.


Creating a Mindset to Have the Best Years Yet

What Truly Happy People Have in Common

Andrea Brandt, Ph.D., MFT • 8/25/2017 • 1 Comment

By Andrea Brandt - In this first of a three-part series adapted from the upcoming book Mindful Aging: Embracing Your Life after 50 to Find Fulfillment, Purpose, and Joy, author and clinician Andrea Brandt looks at how to nurture realistic positivity past 50.


Trauma-Informed Meditation

Jeff Tarrant, Ph.D., BCN • 8/23/2017 • No Comments

It’s important to understand that traumatic experiences can significantly affect our perceptions and our sense of self, and can sensitize us to sensations, thoughts, and emotions. Fortunately, there are helpful ways to ensure that meditation instruction is trauma-informed, with an emphasis on grounding and physical and emotional security.


This study changes the way therapists treat couples and families…

Sue Johnson, Ed.D. • 8/22/2017 • No Comments

Research shows that secure attachment gives us a more articulated and positive sense of self. It also changes the way we perceive threats and makes us feel safer in the world. Let me show you what I mean...


Revitalizing and Maintaining Sexual Desire

20 Guidelines to bring couples together

Barry McCarthy, Ph.D. • 8/16/2017 • No Comments

The key to rekindling desire for women, men, and couples is to learn to value intimacy, pleasure, and eroticism combined with positive, realistic sexual expectations. From years of successful clinical treatments, I’ve found simple strategies and techniques to confront and change desire problems as an intimate sexual team.


Going with the Flow: Male and Female Sexual Fluidity

Joe Kort, Ph.D., LMSW • 8/1/2017 • No Comments

Sexual fluidity is the understanding that sexual preferences can change over a lifetime and be dependent on different situations. It is a person’s ability to engage in sexual behaviors and interest in members of both genders. Sexual preference and sexual orientation are two different things. Let me explain...


The Rise of Suicide and Trauma in Teens

How "13 Reasons Why" Missed the Mark

Meagan Houston, Ph.D., SAP • 7/14/2017 • 2 Comments

Whether you find the show compelling or troublesome, one thing is certain: We need to talk about the rise of teen suicide and trauma in kids and teens. That’s why we created a free, one hour online CE seminar designed for clinicians, educators, and even parents to learn how to talk about suicide and mental health with teens. Read more to get instant access...


When Therapeutic Breathing Isn't Effective

Mary NurrieStearns, MSW, LCSW, RYT • 7/7/2017 • 5 Comments

You don't always have to know what's going on with your clients in order to help them...I had a client that just didn't benefit from therapeutic breathing, so I tried something different. Let me show you in this short video.


Supercharge Change with Values

The Purposeful Steps Exercise

Jessica Borushok, Ph.D. • 6/30/2017 • 1 Comment

Living a values-driven life involves getting out of your head and stepping into the world. Help your clients define what their next steps will be with the Purposeful Life activity.


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