Stressed? try a 20 minute mindfulness meditation
Can we learn how to be more relaxed? The answer is “yes”!
Just taking a “breathing break” for 5 to 20 minutes can help immensely. Deborah
Tucker gives a short lesson in how to do this in our blog “Heart, Mind, Body
and Soul”. Check out the posting for August 10, or go to our
for a link.
The Gift of Time
Shiro Torquato, our clinical psychologist, has written an
article that can help us regain time that is “stolen” in some subtle ways by our
technology-dominated culture. Find out how by going to
blog, or go to our Newsletters page
for a link.
Long-forgotten head injury may be the cause of symptoms
The Wall Street Journal published an article detailing how
past blows to the head, resulting in unconsciousness or confusion, may be the
cause of current problems in functioning for many people. Apparently as many as
15% of those who had such injuries may now be suffering symptoms that they don’t
realize are related.
Read the article at the WSJ website. Or, go to our
webpage, and click on Newsletters for a direct link.
Meet our new therapists
We are pleased to welcome two new therapists to our
offices. Maureen Kaye, MA, MFT is in two days a week, in addition to her other
practice site. Jeff Kropp, MA, MFT is available Friday nights and Saturdays.
You can learn more about them by going to our website, clicking on the
Therapists link, and scrolling to the bottom.
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