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Break Through

One of her biggest break throughs was realizing that her own anxiety was stirred by seeing anxious patients, and theirs was stirred by hers. She created a more comfortable environment in her clinic, such as practicing mindful listening and offering … Continue reading

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My Mental Health in 3 words

Okay, I may be very late to this project, but I just found this article in my bin and I love the idea. To those of you not who are not familiar with the #My Mental Health in 3 words, … Continue reading

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The S.T.O.P. Practice

This “portable” mindfulness practice can support you as difficult moments arise at any point in your day. The four steps of the STOP practice can take as little as a few seconds to a few minutes to complete. Try it … Continue reading

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Note from a Career Journal

A pale faded post it fell out of my career journal. I picked it up to read “My burning question is why does this group residential home exist? Why are you all here? I heard you speak of your families … Continue reading

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Was a Man in Your Life Abused?

It’s very hard to be a partner with someone who has been sexually abused as a child. Especially when the person doesn’t talk about it. And many men never do.Are there clues? Emotionally distant When a child is abused by … Continue reading

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