Posts Tagged by depression

Stress Relief 5 Easy Resolutions

Ashley Davis Bush, LCSW: Stress Relief For 2012: 5 Easy Resolutions That Will Stick!. The new year is up on the calendar. Will this be another year that you vow to start exercising only to drop your gym membership by Valentine’s Day? Remember the year you were determined to start flossing? Take vitamins? Give up […] more

Spiritual Laws of Money & Abundance

Follow The Spiritual Laws of Money and Abundance. By S. Roman & D. Packer in Abundance on February 7th, 2008  Money is neither good nor bad; it is energy. It is the way money is used that determines whether or not it is a positive energy that will benefit you and others. If you come […] more

Accommodations: Illness or Excuse?

A Serious Illness or an Excuse? – By ANDREA PETERSEN Sally McCay At University of Vermont, above, staff role play with students with mental health issues to prepare them to negotiate with professors. Earlier this semester, college senior Leah Nelson emailed one of her instructors to ask for extra time to complete a paper. […] more

Rewiring the Brain to Ease Pain

Rewiring the Brain to Ease Pain – Rewiring the Brain to Ease Pain Brain Scans Fuel Efforts to Teach Patients How to Short-Circuit Hurtful Signals By MELINDA BECK           How you think about pain can have a major impact on how it feels. That’s the intriguing conclusion neuroscientists are reaching as scanning technologies let them […] more

Money making you crazy? Therapy the answer?

If your relationship with money is making you crazy, therapy might be the answer – Winnipeg Free Press. If your relationship with money is making you crazy, therapy — not the retail variety — might be the answer By: Carolin Vesely Enlarge Image Dr. Moira Somers helps people to wake up to their financial reality. […] more

Myths of Psychotherapy: Mental Health

Myths of Psychotherapy: #2 « Mental Health. By Thomas L. Schwartz, MD Psychotherapy, talk therapy, and counseling are all terms used when treatment revolves around a patient talking to a therapist every week. This series of blogs aims to evaluate some common myths about getting therapy for one’s mental or emotional symptoms. The first post […] more

Social Anxiety: Cognitive or Interpersonal Therapy?

  Social Anxiety Disorder: Cognitive Therapy or Interpersonal Therapy? By John M. Grohol, PsyD Founder & Editor-in-Chief If all you did was watch TV, you might think social anxiety disorder was as prevalent as depression — or as big a problem. Also called social phobia, social anxiety disorder is often treated first with medications, such […] more

ADHD: It’s not just kids who suffer

It’s not just kids who suffer from ADHD – The Globe and Mail. From Monday’s Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011 7:30PM EDT In the last decade, there has been an explosion of cases of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among Canadian children. Everyone knows a Grade 2 student who cannot stop fidgeting in […] more

Why It’s So Hard to Find Your Life’s Purpose “Every being is intended to be on earth for a certain purpose.” – Sa’di, 12th Century Persian poet I’m often asked, “Why can’t I find the purpose of my life?” Over the decades I’ve heard many men and women — whether they’re psychotherapy patients working to build healthier lives or business executive trying to […] more

EFT Tapping: How To !   This is a very good set of videos on Tapping. I have trained since 1999 in EFT and my main teachers used it extensively.                 Rory ***** EMOTIONAL FREEDOM TECHNIQUE (“EFT”) excerpted from piece written by Sandra Lewis, MA Emotional Freedom Technique is an energy healing […] more

Mindfulness Meditation: Effective as antidepressants for depression relapse

Mindfulness meditation found to be as effective as antidepressant medication in prevention of depression relapse. TORONTO, Dec. 7 /PRNewswire/ A new study from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has found that mindfulness-based cognitive therapy — using meditation — provides equivalent protection against depressive relapse as traditional antidepressant medication. The study published in […] more

ADHD TV – Episode #1 – Podcast

ADHD TV – Episode #1 | ADHD.TV Video podcasts that explain many facets of the ADD/ADHD condition for both adults and children. (may contain some medications advertising)           more

Sufferers of anxiety: You are not alone

A message to sufferers of anxiety disorders: you are not alone This article talks about anxiety and its treatment.  I have facilitated the 14 week group put on be the Ontario Anxiety Disorders Assoc.  (ADAO). Rory ***** The Ottawa Citizen, The Ottawa Citizen Kelly Egan, When they struck hardest, Maria Connell says she feared she was about […] more

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