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Our Divorce and Our Children

By Ronit Horowitz Ph D, L.M.F.T Our children are the most sacred part of our lives. From the moment they are born, our lifelong mission becomes to protect them, guide them, and fill their lives with infinite joy. During a divorce, however, their joy is—at times—shattered …and their world is completely changed. Our mission, as…

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Counseling, Psychotherapy Gets Results!

By Alexia Touboul L.M.H.C       Detaching From the Stigma of Seeking Counseling: Why Asking for Help is Healthy and Totally Worth It   Today’s society has come a long way; in just a few decades, people have become more accepting and open-minded to difference, change, and progress. However, it seems like the concept…

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Tips to Help Deal with Anger

By Jerome (Jerry) Miller L.M.F.T     Good News. It’s OK to be angry. Anger is simply another natural human emotion, which is neither good nor bad. SOURCES OF ANGER: For most of us, anger stems from hurt, frustration, disappointment or simply being ticked off at some person, place, thing or situation. The real problem…

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Stop The Anxiety, Six Tips To a Healthier Mind

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW In my seminars at Pritikin Longevity Center, I remind our guests that there’s another important component to healthy living, it’s having a healthy mind. When we’re able to reduce the stress in our lives and  cope with disturbing feelings we can stop the anxiety. We’re often more successful at sustaining our healthy…

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