Embracing Life’s Challenges

By Kara Williams, LMHC Making big changes is a natural part of life.   Change often moves our lives forward in a positive direction.  So why are we so afraid of it? Even if you usually feel comfortable handling almost anything that comes your way, you might be thrown off when a major change is introduced [...] read more

On October 25th, 2011, posted in: Articles by Administrator

5 Steps to Unbend the Anger Arrow

By Seth Grossman Are you angry and don’t know it? Have you ever heard the expression, “Anger Turned Inward”? While that idea might be oversimplified, self-anger has been linked with depression, low self esteem, anxiety, and a host of other problems that get in the way of our feeling energized, motivated, healthy, and fulfilled. I [...] read more

On October 25th, 2011, posted in: Articles by Administrator

Anger and its Misdirection

I was once told by a client who had an ongoing struggle with her mother, that “there’s no way I can let go of this anger, because that means that all of these years and the effect it’s had on me would have been for nothing.” She then affirmed very clearly that she didn’t care [...] read more

On January 10th, 2011, posted in: Articles by Administrator

Psychological Fitness: A Worthy Resolution

There just might be 100% agreement on this question: What is the number 1 resolution for most people? In one way or another, whether it’s weight loss, quitting smoking, exercising more, cutting down or eliminating vices or bad habits, these all relate to improvements in our physical fitness. And this is essential, as our physical [...] read more

On January 10th, 2011, posted in: Articles by Administrator

Can I Play Now?

We’ve all heard the saying, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy,” and for some of us from a certain era, it brings up a rather frightening image of a younger Jack Nicholson in a particularly disturbing role… but how much do we nod at this adage, profess its importance, and proceed [...] read more

On January 10th, 2011, posted in: Articles by Administrator