Category Archives: Therapy


6 New Year’s Resolutions You Need to Make – and Keep

    Have you given some thought to making any New Year’s resolutions this year? The tradition of setting goals for the New Year goes back about 4,000 years to the Babylonians when once a year people made promises to the gods in hopes of receiving good fortune in return. by Tricia Drevets December 27, 2013 […]

Reasons Couples Go To Therapy

  Two reasons are tied for first place. Published on July 11, 2013 by Sean M. Horan, Ph.D. in Adventures in Dating In my experiences, for some individuals “couples therapy” is a stigmatized term accompanied with shame and perceived failure. I would like to challenge this thought pattern by reminding people that attending couples therapy […]

Relationship Advice: Women Need Love, Men Need Respect

Women naturally give love, but our men really want something else     Published on April 26, 2013 by Dr. Susan Biali, M.D. in Prescriptions for Life My husband and I recently went to a “marriage conference” attended by (and highly recommended by) some of our friends. One would think that a relationship-focused conference would […]

Building a Happy Life: Five Ways to Change Your Self-Defeating Habits

It’s your life—learn how to take it back!     by Kevin D. Arnold, Ph.D., ABPP     Published on August 4, 2012 by Kevin D. Arnold, Ph.D., ABPP in The Older Dad Learning–it's what we all do. Every day, in uncountable ways, we learn things.  And, as our lives march down the road, different […]

Train your brain and improve your life

    Brain scans of meditating people show different patterns of activity depending on the practitioner's level of experience and meditation type. By Wynne Parry, LiveScience Mon, Feb 11 2013 at 12:50 PM   Photo: mrhayata/Flickr NEW YORK — Throughout life, even shortly before death, the brain can remodel itself, responding to a person's experiences. […]

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