Harnessing the Power of Neurocounseling in Therapy

I am delighted to have Dr. Heidi Schreiber-Pan, an esteemed expert in mental health and advocate for nature’s healing power, sharing her insights on Neurocounseling. As Clinical Director at Chesapeake...

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Therapists as Resources for Hope

Now more than ever, when the world seems inside out and upside down, bringing a genuine sense of hope and optimism into the therapy process is a necessary counter-balance to...

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The Power of Unity: How Helping Others Restores the Human Spirit in War

I write this with a very heavy heart. What is happening in Israel right now is another holocaust. It’s impossible for any human being to process or understand the brutal,...

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Art Therapy as an Integrative Approach to Trauma Recovery

Discover how Peggy Kolodny's unique journey led to a groundbreaking approach blending creative interventions with trauma theories in art therapy.

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6 Steps to Increase Hope in Challenging Times

Along with everything else you work on in sessions, bringing a genuine sense of hope and optimism to treatment is an essential ingredient in the therapeutic relationship. Therapy is often...

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The Art of Unburdening Oneself by Letting Go

I just got back from a wonderful experience abroad talking to physicians about trauma. It’s always so gratifying to help them make connections between somatic symptoms that have no organic...

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Is Hybrid Therapy The New Normal?

When Covid first began, it took some convincing to encourage clients to transition to tele-therapy. There were concerns that treatment wouldn’t be as effective, wouldn’t feel the same, and the...

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Transforming Your Clients’ Inner Critic: The Power of Positive Self-Talk

As a therapist, I am constantly reminded of the importance of our inner monologue and how it impacts our sense of self-worth, self-confidence, and self-esteem. Our thoughts and beliefs about...

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How to Treat the “Shaming Aspect” of Dissociation

When a child or an adult uses dissociation or the freeze response by “checking out,” “going to the ceiling,” or disconnecting from their body during abuse or a life-threatening situation...

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Assessing for Healthy Self-Care in Times of Stress

April is Stress Awareness Month and it’s a good time to revisit the need to assess for and encourage healthy self-care.  Given all the ongoing stressors in the world it’s...

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