Blog Posts for Mood And Feelings

Happy Holiday Stress!

Posted:   December 04, 2014 by Chad Ernest, MS, LPC

The holidays can be extra stressful for everyone. Whether you are having visitors, seeing family and friends, or even spending time alone, each situation brings its own brand of stress. There are ways to prepare yourself and your family for the holidays so that everyone can deal with the stress in the most effective way. Here are a few things to consider that may help you get through the holidays unscathed….

Holiday Tips for the Grieving Heart

Posted:   November 16, 2014 by Dannette Muselman

It’s that time of year, the holidays are finally here! Everywhere you turn holiday spirit is found in parties, foods, media, shopping and gift giving.  After all, isn’t this supposed to be the best time of the year, filled with wonder and cheer? Yet, if you are grieving the loss of a loved one the holidays can feel anything but “merry.”  

Somatic Psychotherapy: The Complementary Nature of Qigong and Counseling

Posted:   November 01, 2014 by Peter Gold

Supplementing the work you do in counseling offers many benefits that talk therapy alone cannot.  This article is about those benefits and the complementary nature of counseling and qigong.

Love Lessons: A Guide to Dating Someone Who is Codependent

Posted:   October 25, 2014 by Jeff Guenther, LPC

[VIDEO] Try out these four tips for dealing with your codependent better half.

The Age of Distraction

Posted:   October 10, 2014 by Kerry Ogden, MA, LPC

I have a conflicted relationship with technology. It creates community and dispenses information like never before. The problem is that human beings are wired to see the bright and shiny - making the medium that brings us most together, the one that potentially pulls us apart.