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Experiments in Self-Care: Mood Tracking

The following is Part 2 in a 4-Part Series of Self-Care experiments, conducted and reported on by the fabulous Psychology intern: Adra Brown. For more "Experiments in Self-Care", see Part 1: Mindfulness Meditation or Part 2: Tidying Up.   Mood-Tracking App Moodnotes is a mood-tracking and mood-enhancing app. It helps you track your mood over a period of time to...[ read more ]

Heal The Brain From Depression or Addiction

In this quickie article I will simply summarize what Dr. Ralph Carson cites as the 5 Elements of Healing the Brain from depression, bad habits, compulsive behavior, or addiction: Psychotherapy Adequate sleep Good nutrition Exercise Mindfulness meditation He elaborates somewhat on each of these in this video clip, or for more detailed information, you can read his book "The Brain...[ read more ]

Mindfulness 101

"Mindfulness" is a buzzword lately, and with good reason. Countless studies tout it's benefits, ranging from enhanced memory & decision-making, to improved relationships, to reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. I personally practice mindfulness meditation regularly, "attempt" to practice it with my kids, and often use it with my clients. For those unfamiliar with mindfulness, here is a primer: "Mindfulness" is...[ read more ]

5 Tips For The Anxious Teen

If you're like most parents, you expend fair amounts of emotional energy worrying about how to protect your child from the stresses of growing up in an uncertain world. This article is for you, as loving parents of stressed or anxious teens, and for your teen, who is truly doing the best they can. These brief tips will help you...[ read more ]



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