Category Archives: Counseling Reflections

How To Be A Mental Health “Prepper”

Mental Health Prepper: As the northeast prepares for Hurricane Sandy, I think back to the natural disasters I have lived through; Hurricanes Gilbert, Irene and now Sandy as well as quite a few Nor’easters and for a brief period in … Continue reading

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Resilience, Confidence, Achievement and Humor

Resilience, Confidence, Achievement and Humor Bolt! This was sent by a friend and raised my vibrations. It is amazing what confidence, support and humor can do! Bolt is described by some as a mischievous child who received a lot of … Continue reading

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Vocation motivation; Home is where the heart is

Vocation motivation; The Heart Place:   Why do we choose to do the work that we do? What purpose does our vocation serve in our life and how do we use our vocations to motivate us to greater change throughout … Continue reading

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Autism Awareness; Hope blooms eternal

  Autism Awareness and Hope in our Community Recently I came across an article about a family business in Connecticut, Roses for Autism that uses the services of Adults with Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It speaks to the … Continue reading

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Anger Management; The Price and Pain of Anger

  The Price and Pain of Anger   Anger can be an empowering emotion, it can motivate and activate you when you need to make changes in your life. Anger can assist you in making clean breaks and can protect … Continue reading

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