Tips for Parents on a Successful Transition to Middle School September 2, 2015 . 4 Comments
Yes, middle school may be a time full of awkwardness and self-doubt, but it is also a time of incredible transformation and movement toward independence. With regard to its impact on human ... Read More
Practical Ways to Work Toward Better Emotional Balance September 2, 2015 . 2 Comments
Just as the body works to maintain homeostasis on a physical, cellular level, I believe the mind strives to create balance emotionally. Both happen unconsciously, though you can accelerate ... Read More
Don’t Feed the Trolls: Understanding Your Inner Aggression September 1, 2015 . 2 Comments
Don’t feed the trolls. Many people have heard this common warning, which is frequently offered to those who engage in Internet discussions, and it may be wise to keep this advice ... Read More
What Do EMDR, Running, and Drumming Have in Common? September 1, 2015 . 1 Comment
Nope, this isn’t a strange riddle where someone is found in the desert in a scuba suit. The answer to the question posed above is actually pretty simple: brain integration. What is that? ... Read More
After Ashley Madison: What to Know Before You Come Clean August 31, 2015 . 2 Comments
In light of the recent breach of personal data from Ashley Madison, a website promoting infidelity, the concept of how to disclose potentially damaging and hurtful information is a vital ... Read More
How to Both Support and Grieve a Terminally Ill Loved One August 31, 2015 . 3 Comments
Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy. Watching a person fade away from a terminal illness is a complex and painful process. Often, it can seem as if the person you knew and loved ... Read More
Intimate Partner Violence: Types, Consequences, and Support August 28, 2015 . 8 Comments
Abuse is a pattern of behaviors typically used to exert control over another person. Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a form of abuse between two people in a relationship together, such ... Read More
Meeting the Zombie: Archetypal Work with an HIV-Positive Teen August 27, 2015 . 8 Comments
Archetypes are images that organize our experience. Depth psychology sometimes references archetypes. They attract our memories to form associative pathways, they can guide our current ... Read More
From the Sleep Queen: Simple Tips and Yoga to Help You Sleep August 27, 2015 . 13 Comments
It seems that nearly everyone experiences sleep issues at one time or another. Insufficient sleep is more than a personal problem; it’s a public health issue. Sleepy drivers and workers ... Read More
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September 3, 2015 .
Military women are no more likely than military men to experience symptoms of posttraumatic stress (PTSD), according to a United States Department of Veterans ... Read More
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A self-management support service that offers depression management skills and peer support may improve symptoms of chronic depression, according to a ... Read More
September 1, 2015 .
Mothers who were abused in childhood are less likely to abuse their children when they feel confident in their parenting, a study published in Child Maltreatment ... Read More
August 31, 2015 .
According to a new study from the Department of Veterans Affairs, as many as 2 in 5 women in the military report experiencing sexual harassment or assault. ... Read More
August 31, 2015 .
Men who perceive themselves to be less masculine—compared to prevailing social standards of masculinity—may be more likely to engage in violent ... Read More
August 28, 2015 .
Wow, that’s a really tough issue to face. I’m glad you wrote, and I hope I can help you out some. My first question is how do these colleagues know about the hiring process? Many companies ... Read More
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August 14, 2015 .
Whenever a problem develops where no problem existed before, my first question is always: what is different now? You mention that you previously gave lectures to 150 people as a ... Read More
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