Posts Tagged ‘coping skills’

STOP Reacting On Impulse With This Trick

STOP Reacting On Impulse With This Trick

STOP impulses through mindfulness We live in a hustle and bustle world.  We make lunches while watching the morning news, texting with a friend and eating breakfast.  There is a constant barrage of stimulation vying for our attention.  A consequence of this is a heightened alert system, which impacts our ability to relax and makes us…

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5 Tips To Cope When School Anxiety Lingers

5 tips to manage school related anxiety

Watch The Video Below! It’s August, and that means school is back in session for most of our kids in Arizona.  The initial excitement over seeing friends and meeting new teachers is starting to wear off and reality is sinking in.  Early mornings and homework are here to stay for the foreseeable future. Social pressures…

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Who’s Carrying Your Emotional Baggage?

Tips To Break Free From Emotional Baggage

My family just got back from a trip to New York We were meeting my family for a 5-day trip to explore the city, take in the sites, and reconnect.  Before leaving each of us packed our bags for the trip. My two boys and husband filled their bags about 3/4 full, while I filled…

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How Group Therapy Can Help Your Teen

Did You Know? 42% of teens report that they are stressed, but don’t feel that they have the tools to manage their stress effectively (American Psychological Association). To find out more about helping your teen cope contact me now. Benefits of The Group Experience Unlike individual therapy, a group experience gives teens the opportunity to…

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Do you teach your kids to make fear-based decisions?

This weekend is Father’s Day. One of the most valuable lessons that I learned from my dad was the art of cool-headed, active listening. To this day, I can’t think of a single time that I heard him yell.  This doesn’t mean that I didn’t get clear messages from him when I had crossed a…

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