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Counseling Archetypes

Counseling Archetypes: Game of Thrones and Therapy Counseling Archetypes affect us on a subconscious level and they are everywhere. There are therapists that don’t believe that cinema and biblio-therapy are useful; I fall firmly in the camp of those that … Continue reading

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Bath Salts and Substance Use

Bath Salts and Substance Use “Bath Salts Drug Suspected In Miami Face-Eating Attack” This is the title of a news story which is generating a lot of interest. There are times where the issue of substance use and abuse is … Continue reading

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The Master of Self is ….

Self. The Master of yourself is the person who is ultimately responsible for your life and that person is you. Regardless of circumstance, fortune, ¬†physical attributes, intelligence…we are all empowered TODAY to be the best we can be. I am … Continue reading

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The Mindfulness of Corey Booker

  The Mindfulness of Corey Booker The Cory Booker Bungle has quickly become known as the slip up of the month and he seems to be paying the price for his lack of mindfulness. What is mindfulness? Therapists, gurus and … Continue reading

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Memorial Day and Adolescent Substance Use

With the upcoming holiday, I think this is a time to reflect on family, quality time and quality of life issues. Our family of origin is so powerful, our homes can be a place of security and a haven from … Continue reading

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