Category : Health & Wellbeing

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

The Science of Mastering Sleep


As a society, we are trained to move forward with fervor: grasp the next idea; improve at rapid paces to achieve; maintain...

Mary Faulkner,
15 Jul, 2017

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

Diet: A Manner of Living


One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light but by making the darkness conscious. ~ Jung The word diet...

Naya Arbiter
02 Jun, 2014

Holiday Gift List


As the Season of goodwill, wonderful food, and gift giving is upon us all, let us not forget to take time for ourselves...

Sheri Laine , Diplomate of...
04 Dec, 2013

Using the Body to Heal the Mind in Addiction...


Substance and behavior abuse have reached epidemic proportions in our country. This, coupled with the emotional repression...

Herby Bell
11 Nov, 2013

Making Meals Count


A British Study confirmed that the more fruits and vegetables we eat daily, the happier, more energized and calm we will...

Sheri Laine , Diplomate of...
11 Nov, 2013

A New Relationship with Fear


Every challenge is a gift in disguise. If you are facing a challenge right now in your life, business, relationship,...

Marcia Ullett
11 Nov, 2013

Joyful Living


In Oriental Medicine, we have a saying that applies powerfully to us all: “The Mind leads the Qi”. If you think of your...

Sheri Laine , Diplomate of...
11 Nov, 2013

Making Your Genes Fit


In both physical and mental health, we know we can control a good deal. We can choose which foods we will eat or avoid; we...

Meredith Watkins
11 Nov, 2013

Protection from the Evil Winds


At long last, we are seeing and experiencing the sunshine that Indian summer brings to our lovely community. With the...

Sheri Laine , Diplomate of...
11 Nov, 2013

Apps with Affirmations: Thoughts for the Day


  We are what we think about all day. The thoughts that we think and the feelings that accompany them can shape our...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
11 Nov, 2013

Yoga and Dance for Recovery


At 25 years sober, I can’t imagine a day without a little boogie in it. To send oxygen zinging through each and every...

11 Nov, 2013

A Balancing Act


“The mind is like a parachute; it works best when it is open.” ~Anonymous Do you ever wonder what the word balance...

Sheri Laine , Diplomate of...
11 Nov, 2013

Life in Balance: Part II


“The best and safest thing is to keep a balance in your life, acknowledging the great powers around us and in us. If you...

Marcia Ullett
11 Nov, 2013

Life in Balance: Part I


“Life balance is the art of balancing such finite things as our time, our energy, and our thought among the seemingly...

Marcia Ullett
11 Nov, 2013

What is Midlife?


Perhaps you are starting to notice changes in your body. When you look in the mirror, you see one of your parents staring...

Carol Teitelbaum
11 Nov, 2013

The Sweet Smell of Wellness: Aromatherapy Uses in...


My previous articles for this column have focused on using various methods of enlightened self care as important tools in a...

Randi Ragan
11 Nov, 2013

Your Invitation to More Energy, Compassion and...


Storytellers capture the essence of a happening, distill wisdom and pass it on to others.  I am a storyteller and the tale...

11 Nov, 2013

Addiction and Nutritional Supplements


Common Myths of Addiction After treating hundreds of people abusing alcohol, cocaine, heroin and other drugs, as well as...

Hyla Cass
11 Nov, 2013

Making Exercise a Part of Recovery


Our new design for living works best when it is body, mind, and soul. Our bodies, as well as our thoughts, behaviors and...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
11 Nov, 2013

Apps with Affirmations: Thoughts for the Day


We are what we think about all day. The thoughts that we think and the feelings that accompany them can shape our experience...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

Charlie Sheen: Not Emotionally Sober


Charlie Sheen is now sober, that is he has tested free of drugs. But his behavior is raising eyebrows because it is...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

Making Exercise a Part of Recovery


Our new design for living works best when it is body, mind, and soul. Our bodies, as well as our thoughts, behaviors and...

TIAN DAYTON, MA, ,
16 Sep, 2013

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