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Connect with a Peaceful Moment in Time

Think about a time in your life where everything was okay. Engage all of your senses to remember the way it looked, smelled, felt and sounded. Say to yourself "I am okay in this moment. Peace and joy are within me."

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Form a New Relationship with your Mind and Body

You may have noticed change in many areas of your life. Living on planet Earth over the past year or two may have shifted your perceptions and beliefs in one way or another. It can be helpful to explore the validity of certain deeply held beliefs to determine if they still fit who you are… Continue reading Form a New Relationship with your Mind and Body

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S.T.O.P. for a Moment of Mindfulness

It doesn’t always happen easily - having a moment of peace. There are often so many things to take care of at once that it’s difficult to consider where on the calendar to schedule self-care, let alone a sacred moment to really rejuvenate, regroup and reconnect. This is why it may be necessary to intentionally S.T.O.P. so that you can create mindfulness moments within the day. You can use this skill to bring heart, mind, and spirit together and to interrupt overwhelming mental processes.

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Skill-Building Worksheets

Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com Use these worksheets to support the work that you are doing in session. By practicing your skills and completing exercises between sessions, you increase the likelihood of healthier thinking and behaviors coming more naturally. Journal and Replace Self-Defeating Thoughts Goals of Exercise: Identify negative, distorted cognitions that mediate intense negative… Continue reading Skill-Building Worksheets

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Free From the Blame Game

BLAME is an interesting tool that works two ways. On one end it can be pointed towards others to shift responsibility away from yourself. The other end can be turned on yourself to take responsibility for things that aren’t your fault.