Category : Emotional Health

Codependency by Gina Tabrizy


Codependency is a term that was originally used to describe the person in relationship with a person dependent on or...

Gina H. Tabrizy, MS, MFT
03 Mar, 2021

6 Tips for working with your Coaching Client who...


“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us” - Ralph Waldo...

Transformational Solutions
03 Mar, 2021

Letting Go of 2020, Moving Into 2021


Trauma, and let’s face it this past year has had some features of trauma, can cause us to lose a sense of context, events...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
09 Jan, 2021

Who I am now?


Most of us have had a lot of time to re-imagine our lives.   To successfully navigate our changing world brought on by...

Sheri Laine , Diplomate of...
09 Jan, 2021

2021: A Year of Resilience


If you’re reading this, then congratulations because you survived 2020!  Between the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, a...

KEN SEELEY, CCMI, CIP, CTP,...
11 Jan, 2021

What the Election Taught Us About the Future of...


The stigma behind addiction can become all-consuming and ultimately impact a recovering individual’s ability to pursue...

Pete Nielsen
06 Nov, 2020

Taking a Knee: Barriers and Facilitators to...


Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members experience depression at higher rates than civilian Canadians. Mental health services...

Phoenix Counselling Services
24 Oct, 2020

Addiction Recovery and Self-Love


To unlearn our core false beliefs, to look inward at what is keeping us locked in unhealthy patterns, we need to create safe...

T J Woodward
27 Sep, 2020

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...

Elliott Rodriguez
27 Sep, 2020

Where’s the Empathy in Addiction Treatment?


I have been fortunate enough over the past 25 years to sit in on Chemical Dependence (CD) groups and provide feedback to...

Bob Tyler, BA, LAADC, ACRPS,...
04 Jun, 2020

Spiritual Disconnection


“I am whole and perfect in every way.” From a spiritual perspective, life’s journey can be seen as an attempt to...

T J Woodward
06 May, 2020

From the Frontlines - Brief Counseling in...


I typically wake up at 4:00am each day to go to the gym, but on the morning of January 9, 2018, I was already stirring at...

Christina Kelley, ACSW, ...
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

Self Worth Matters


What if I was to tell you that your sense of your self-worth is directly proportional to your happiness in life? Have you...

Tzeli Triantafillou
21 Feb, 2018

Emotional Sobriety and Mindfulness


Emotional sobriety is about finding and maintaining our emotional equilibrium, our feeling rheostat. The essence of...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
15 Aug, 2016

Don’t Let the Holidays Turn You Into a Fruitcake


It’s hard to believe that the holidays are just around the corner, and the stores are filling up with decorations,...

Dr. Louise Stanger, , LCSW,...
03 Jun, 2016

Resilient Recovery: Importance of establishing...


I believe a common denominator underlying addiction is either the loss of or lack of ever establishing good physiological...

Dr. Stephen Sideroff
08 Apr, 2014

Rediscovering the Heart: Finding the Source of...


“Above all else, guard your heart. For out of it flows all the issues of life.” ~King Solomon Healing Hearts...

Robert Hammond
05 Feb, 2014

Empowerment through Vulnerability


The cursory interpretations of the words empowerment and vulnerability imply opposite connotations. It is easy to...

Larry J. Smith
05 Feb, 2014

How to Overcome or Be Healed By Your Own Illness...


We often think that until a person has experienced a great tragedy in their family or had a near-death injury, it is...

Bill Remak
04 Dec, 2013

Don't Worry, Be Happy


"In every life, there comes some trouble; when you worry you make it double. Don't worry, be happy!” Bobby McFerrin,...

Larry J. Smith
04 Dec, 2013

Positivity Training


In his presidential address to the American Psychological Association, psychologist Martin Seligman, one of the world\'s...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
04 Dec, 2013

Research Says: Adults Need to Play


Almost every species of animal engages in some form of play. Play helps all species – animal and human alike – to learn...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
04 Nov, 2013

Research Says: Adults Need to Play


Almost every species of animal engages in some form of play. Play helps all species – animal and human alike – to learn...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
03 Oct, 2013

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