-- is your child a victim?
few years ago, this term was unknown. Now, it’s a growing problem that’s very
hard to control. Learn what it is and what you can do to help your child avoid
this situation, and how to deal with it if it happens.
Hypnosis -- what it is, and what it isn't
Thanks to stage shows, many people have misconceptions about hypnosis, and don’t realize how much it can help with certain conditions. Deborah Tucker explains more about this useful technique, and why you should only consider using it with a licensed therapist.
Surgical weight loss -- is it right for you?
The ads make it sound simple, but there is more to it than just the surgery. Psychologist Shiro Torquato, Ph.D. explains more, and another blog post links to an article that may surprise you.
Parenting Class for Parents of age 3 - 9 years
A strong parent-child relationship is the foundation for your child’s future success. However, the demands of parenting often leave parents feeling frustrated, out-of-control, and with little time to focus on relationship quality. Check out our blog post for more details about an upcoming class offered by Leonore Schuetz, M.S.
What’s in our blog?
Here’s a partial listing of recent articles
- Football --
Read before playing (or signing up your son!)
- Make your
marriage better, in 5 minutes a day
- "This too
shall pass" -- the secret to peace?
- Does letting
your baby "cry it out" cause harm?
- Freedom from emotional baggage
- Mindfulness and brain science
Don't miss an issue -- join our mailing list now!
How to keep up with us, or why print is slower than cyberspace!
We like to provide a print edition of our newsletter, but too much time seems to pass between issues.
Our newsletter has evolved online to a blog, and you can be notified of new posts simply by clicking on the links on our blog, at
Choose your favorite way to keep in touch, and you’ll know when there is a new post!
Meanwhile, if you’re not receiving this newsletter by email, go to our webpage and click the “Contact Us” button on the top menu. We never share our list, ever, with anyone!
Did you know? ...
Our counselors are available 6 days a week, for
morning, afternoon and evening appointments. Many forms of insurance are
accepted on an out of network basis. Some of our counselors may be
on your PPO panel. Take a look at our
Therapists page on our