Sign up for our upcoming 6 week MINDFUL ART WORKSHOP September 8 – October 13 Saturdays @ 11 AM This activity can teach your child how difficult feelings can take hold and how to find peace and resiliency when these feelings come up. As your child uses this coping skill more often, they will be able to become resilient
Do you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep or waking up too early? Lack of adequate sleep is associated with numerous medical and mental health issues. Here are a few tips to help you get a restful night’s sleep. If you have already tried these tips and continue to experience sleep difficulties, please call us. Our integrative approach can help
Beginning your journey with essential oils can be overwhelming. Knowing which oils to choose, how to use them and where to buy them can confuse anyone. Here are the top three things to look for when purchasing an essential oil: Stick with companies who specialize in producing essential oils. This also means avoid buying your oils from discount stores.
By Andrea Lopes and Vicktoria Molokin Like a garden has the diversity of flowers, trees, and its own ecosystem so does our community…. we are all unique, diverse, and are bonded together by our environment. A garden has symbolic meaning of nurturing, flourishing, and beauty. Join Flourish Counseling and Wellness Center at the local Farmers Market on Sunday July
The Wheel of Life is a great, powerful, and easy to use personal development tool to help you create and set meaningful goals in your life and address your overall health and well-being. This wheel incorporates self assessment, personal reflection, and visualization on how to promote balance and explore how you are functioning in various areas in your life. Step
‘MY STORY’ by Frandi Mars When my youngest daughter was 2 1/2 (12 years ago) she was experiencing all kinds of health issues. She was having digestive issues, major bloating, and chronic infections. After taking her to several different doctors, each specialist gave her a diagnosis within their specialty of medicine. For example, the GI doctor diagnosed her with Irritable
Don’t let anxiety keep you from flourishing.
One of the most common issues I deal with as a therapist is helping people change their negative thinking. As humans, we are wired to negative input more easily than positive. This most likely evolved for a good reason—to keep us out of harm’s way. From the beginning of human history, our survival depended on our ability to avoid danger. The
Bumper Sticker Motto As a personal trainer, I have heard the sharpness of “I should” stated time and again. Clients say, “I should exercise more; I should eat less!” Others will ask, “How many crunches, squats, lunges…should I do and should I do them everyday?”A personal motto of mine is: I Could. “I could” sounds softer than “I should” As in,