Category : Behavioral Health

Deal With It

My meditation guide asks me to envision a happy place. I imagine tall ferns swaying in the wind and a cliff's edge that gives way...

Elliott Rodriguez
27 Sep, 2020

Equalizing The Scales of Justice For The...

History is not meant to be rewritten or erased.  It is yesterday.  It is the past.  We are to live in the present.  We are to...

Renée M. Popovits
07 Jul, 2020

TMS Informed

You are likely beginning to hear the whispers of TMS which stands for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. You are probably also...

Suzanne Jessee
08 Mar, 2018

Optimism and Stress: What the Research Says

“Every cloud has a silver lining,” “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade” or “count your blessings” are all...

Stacey Leibowitz-Levy
21 Feb, 2018

Youth Initiative In Northern Pakistan Addresses...

Behavioral health is a matter of importance all across the world. Cultural and social variances change the way people talk about...

Zar Nigor Tojik
12 Dec, 2017

It’s Still There (My Hidden Bottle)

Here is a story, Mark’s story-- his second. Struggling with addiction is not an easy thing to do. From a cognitive-behavioral...

John Herdman, , LADC, ICADC
15 Aug, 2016

Suzanne Jessee

Suzanne Jessee is the creator of Neurogenesis Meditative Therapy (NMT), a new clinical system that incorporates current knowledge...

Suzanne Jessee
05 May, 2015

Super Bowl 2014

Here is a story, Mark’s story. Struggling with addiction is not an easy thing to do. From a cognitive-behavioral therapy point...

John W. Herdman, Ph. D., LADC
12 Jan, 2015

Compassion Attentiveness – A new therapeutic...

“We will develop and cultivate the liberation of mind by loving kindness, make it our vehicle, make it our basis, stabilize...

Saleem Noorali
30 Aug, 2014

Grief/Loss and Recovery

Grief recovery is a topic not often discussed or understood, yet is so important in healing people and the lives they touch....

Michael Yeager
04 Nov, 2013

Recovery Business Marketing Not Immune from...

Many business people involved in some aspect of the recovery business world ( IOPs, PHPs, Detox) are not aware of the punishing...

Jeffery Cohen
04 Nov, 2013

A Tendency for Dissociation: Sexual Child Abuse,...

 “I am doomed. I felt shame. I felt that I am worthless and no one could ever love me – not even God. The only one that...

Jasmine Rogg, MFT
04 Nov, 2013

Breaking Free from Addiction: How to overcome the...

All addictive behaviors have at least these two things in common: (1) they help people cut off painful feelings; and (2) they are...

Lisa Firestone
04 Nov, 2013

Applying the Principles of Motivational...

One of the most popular current forms of addiction treatment is Motivational Interviewing (MI), developed by Drs. Bill Miller and...

Steve Davidson
04 Nov, 2013

Overcoming the Critical Inner Voice Behind...

Even for mental health professionals, it’s a puzzle to determine what draws people to addiction and how to tell when they are...

Lisa Firestone
04 Nov, 2013

ADHD and Girls

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most diagnosed psychiatric disorders in children and is typically...

Jack Hinman
04 Nov, 2013

Recovery from Post-Traumatic Stress

Today at lunch there were four servicemen in their desert fatigues; I could not help but wonder what they were bringing home, or...

Robert Collie
04 Nov, 2013

Creativity as a Healing Tool

CEO of Creative Change Conferences Six weeks ago I started an Artist’s Way online course on Facebook. The course is 12 weeks...

Carol Teitelbaum
04 Nov, 2013

Chronic Relapse Survivor

For what it’s worth: it’s never too late or, in my case, too early to be whoever you want to be. There’s no time limit,...

Jasmine Rogg, MFT
04 Nov, 2013

A Journey of Discovery

I graduated with my Masters Degree from New Mexico Highlands University in 2004, after three years of constant school...

Jim Coddington
04 Nov, 2013

Finding Your Self

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) Do not care overly much for wealth or power or fame or one day you will meet someone who cares...

Cardwell Nuckols, PhD
04 Nov, 2013

Denial: Is it Always Pathological?

First appeared in Huffington Post Denial is a word that people in recovery use often. It refers to an addict denying his own...

16 Sep, 2013

Childhood Trauma and the Wheel of Trauma and...

Feelings happen in the body. That’s why when we’re stressed out psychologically we experience it physically. If we can’t...

16 Sep, 2013


Experiential Exercises for Working through Forgiveness Tian Dayton’s best-selling book, Forgiving and Moving On, is now an...

16 Sep, 2013
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