Is There Something Else Besides Anti-Depressants If I’m Depressed?

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Hell, yes. Anti-depressants have been over-prescribed for years. Kelly Brogan, MD wrote in “What’s the Harm in Taking an Antidepressant?” that, “Having always represented antidepressants as safe and effective to my patients, I put down my prescription pad after learning 3 facts about psychiatric medications: 1. They result in worse long-term outcomes [1] 2. They […]

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Neurofeedback and Post-Cancer Cognitive Impairment or “Chemo Brain”

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For many people going through the challenges of cancer and its treatment, the effects of chemotherapy can be especially challenging. Apart from the physical effects of all those toxic chemicals in your body, it can also significantly affect your cognitive functioning — known as “chemo brain” — which then has a significant impact on your […]

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The Myth of “You Can Be Anything”

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There is a dearly held belief in our culture about the possibility of being anything in this lifetime. I think culturally it’s more about the possibility of opportunity – that if your passion is insects, you can become an expert in bugs. If you want to be an astronaut, there are paths you can take […]

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Finding Inner Peace While Screaming Inside My Head

Finding Inner Peace While Screaming Inside My Head

  I’ve always been sort of intense. When people hear that they are often surprised, remarking how calm I seem, which I think is hilarious. A while back I was in my (super intense) workout class, and I was urging the instructor to put on electronic dance music — my favorite. A guy asked, “How […]

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Psychotherapy on Steroids

I’ve always been interested in “what works,” as far as growth and healing is concerned. Maybe I’ve been a tough case, but a lot didn’t work for me, either as a client in psychotherapy looking for relief, or as a psychotherapist wanting to help others find relief. Over the years I’ve trained in many different […]

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Do I Need Therapy?

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It used to be that only really “crazy” people needed therapy. There was a stigma. There still is, to some extent. Men in particular — loathe to seek help of any kind, from directions to medical care — are less likely than women to go for therapy. And for many people, psychotherapy isn’t really “necessary.” […]

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How is Energy Psychotherapy Different From Traditional Psychotherapy?

“Energy psychotherapy” is a broad term that refers to a range of tools and techniques that can be woven into whatever psychotherapeutic style a therapist is already practicing. It does reflect the premise that you have an energetic system (as does all of life), and that if you’re experiencing a “symptom” — whether it’s emotional, […]

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How to Stay Sane When The World Around You is Going Really Crazy

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I think it’s safe to say that the emotional pitch around our country these days is at an all-time high. From the recent shootings to the election, people are super-reactive, and acting out of that survival-strategy fear place. Basically, nothing good ever comes out of that. More fear, more reactivity, more justification for the fear […]

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The Relief of Human Design

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I came across Human Design about 6 or 7 years ago — a chance remark from a friend piqued my curiosity and my life was transformed from the moment I read about my “energy type.” It’s been a powerful, life-changing, life-affirming, awakening process ever since. If I had only had this information earlier, it would […]

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ADD/ADHD and Neurofeedback

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Many of my clients come to me because they or their child has been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, and they want to either minimize the need for medication, or avoid it altogether. Some come because even though they haven’t been officially diagnosed with ADD, they have trouble with focus, organization, procrastination, stress and overwhelm. […]

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