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Writing a Letter to Your Body

Writing a letter to your body can be very beneficial for those who are struggling with poor body image.  Here is a worksheet I have created to help you improve your relationship with your body.  We all deserve to appreciate our body and everything it does for us every day! 1. What do you appreciate

Why Diets Don’t Work

So many people are in the process of setting New Year’s resolutions and one of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to lose weight. We see people making drastic changes in what they are eating and starting or increasing workout sessions. The problem with diets is simple, they don’t work (nearly 80% of people

How to Support a Loved One with an Eating Disorder During the Holidays

It’s that time of year again when families and friends gather to celebrate the holidays. For many of us this can be a joyous time and we embrace being able to catch up with friends and families. But for others, specifically those who have an eating disorder or are in early recovery from an eating

Am I Really Mindful?

As a psychologist I have taught mindfulness for many years and believed that I was mindful in my daily life. However, I recently had shoulder surgery (snowboarding may be the death of me!) and discovered how frequently I must have been multi-tasking. Only being able to use my non-dominate arm for several weeks made me

National Suicide Prevention Week

With this week being the National Suicide Prevention Week I thought it would be helpful to post some coping skills for those of you struggling with suicidal thoughts. Suicidal thoughts can occur when our brain starts engaging in negative thinking. These negative thoughts that our brain comes up with are rarely accurate and typically fall

Growing up with a Self-Centered Parent

Let’s face it, being a parent is a tough job! It is a difficult responsibility that doesn’t come with any instructions and there is no one “right way” to parent. Throughout my years of working with children and adults, I have noticed the significant harm that can come from being brought up by a self-centered

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