Original article on pro.psychcentral.com In my 40-plus years of being in the field of psychology, one thing that often strikes me is how clients come to therapy lacking basic life skills. Even the most successful and accomplished clients frequently need some education on basic life skills such as to how to manage stress, how to… Read More »
NOTE: This is beautiful guest post from Healthline, a wonderful site that offers heathy solutions to life. Check it out! Although most people prefer not to hurt anyone in any way, ever, the fact is that in the course of their lives, almost everyone somehow hurts others whether they mean to or not.… Read More »
Robin Williams suicide was a wake-up call – 12 ways to fight depression.
Listen in to hear my interview on Todays Inspiring Women on RadioAmerica focusing on depression and how to stay positive in response to the suicide of Robin Williams.
Take this Humor Inventory and find out! Do you know anyone who loves to laugh? No matter how serious the situation, this person seems to find something to laugh about? We are not extolling the virtues of nervous laughter – pretending things are great when they are not. Rather, it is the ability to see… Read More »
This post was originally published on Lifehack.org. Most of us have heard the old adage, “Stop and smell the roses.” In the hectic pace of our lives, we often forget to slow down, pause, take a breath and reflect for even a couple moments. This compounds with the fact that in our everyday lives, especially… Read More »
NOTE: This post was originally published in the Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life blog. “My Mama always said you’ve got to put the past behind before you can move on.” – Forrest Gump Forrest Gump seemed to have learned a lesson that many smarter and more accomplished people have not. Despite the fact… Read More »
I am pleased to share with you that finally my book came out today – 127 More Amazing Tips and Tools For The Therapeutic Toolbox! The third in the series by mental health publisher PESI. In the coming weeks I will share some of my handouts and activities from the book with you. Until then… Read More »
Take this short quiz and find out how emotional intelligent you really are! Below are 8 items that you may agree with or disagree with. On a scale of 1 to 7, rate your level of agreement with each item, being honest and open with yourself. 7 Strongly Agree 6 Agree 5 Slightly Agree 4… Read More »