Category: Health

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Misconceptions Around Parental Alienation: How Professionals Can Get it Wrong

Divorce is hard. It is emotionally and physically draining for all people involved, including children. When a divorce becomes a high conflict, childr...
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Trauma and Shame: Gateways into addiction

Substance abuse and addiction can be confusing to understand. Often it’s misunderstood by individuals and families because of dated social sti...
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The Power of Validation 

Have you ever felt exhausted and hopeless after a full hour (or more) of conversation with a loved one where no progress was made towards a resolution...
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Hypnotherapy

I became interested in hypnosis when a friend was diagnosed with prostate cancer at 39, which is rare in such a young man. It had spread to hi...
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A Good Day

Dave and Cheryl Rose Classic charity golf tournament brings hope to those battling cancer Morning arrives, and we open our eyes. We check our phone. P...
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Looking for Happiness and Finding Addiction

Our community is the epitome of mainstream America. We have deeply rooted family values, safe streets, moral standards, and most families st...
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The Myth of Multitasking

There’s a rather important truth that all of us need to know about ourselves, and it contradicts something that we have been taught explicitly and i...
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“Smart” Goals

Goals, everyone’s favorite fitness topic, right? Before you tune me out, let me share with you what I have learned about goal setting in my many yea...
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Behavioral Health: Integrated Care and the Future of Whole-Person Treatment

The term behavioral health has gained exposure and popularity more recently, particularly among medical providers and those involved in healthcare ...
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When the Holidays Hurt

For many people, the holiday season is a time of joy and magic, a time where people relive and create happy memories. They are moments of joyous gathe...
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