Posts tagged with: anxiety

Mindfulness gets talked about a lot these days, but it is more than a passing fad. As an ancient practice with science to support its numerous benefits, mindfulness as a practice is a powerful tool for navigating the many challenges...
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by Marta Oko-Riebau “I can’t get to sleep, I think about the implications of diving in too deep, and possibly the complications… Especially at night – I worry over situations I know will be all right, perhaps it’s just imagination…...
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By Lorraine Lipson, LPC For over a month now, the tragedy of Malaysia Flight 370 has been intensively covered in the media. Such awful events can create a myriad of fears and feelings. Do you remember where you were when you...
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by Lisa Ransford, LPC, CAC II Ok… maybe not EVERYTHING but I hope this will give you a bit of information that will allow you to better understand this technique. What does EMDR stand for? EMDR stands for Eye Movement...
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By Laura Pentoney, MA, LPC Since knowing of the tragic and traumatic theatre shootings in Aurora, Colorado, I have heard more than one person say that he or she has felt anxious at the thought of going to a movie...
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