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The Culprit is Stress

Hans Selye, the physician who first coined the term “stress,” defined stress as “essentially the rate of wear and tear in the body.” In recent years scientists have learned that stress underlies most, if not all, physical, mental and emotional [...]

Garshan: The Brisk Massage that Rubs Away Depression

The therapeutic powers of massage are well documented. If you have experienced massage you know that this healing technique is also pleasurable. But, has it occurred to you to do massage at home? A strong immune system will take you through the [...]

Try Rethinking Your Resolutions To Better Inspire Your Mind-Body

Happy New Year! Have many people asked you about New Years’ resolutions? Friends and family usually want to know how or what we have decided to change. New Years’ resolutions are a conversational gambit in January. Self-improvement is the name [...]

The Therapist’s Empty Office

During the holiday season friends often assume that the schedule of a psychotherapist is super busy. It is a common belief that depressed people are knocking down therapists’ doors during holiday time. Perhaps, in some quarters this is true, but [...]

Going Home for the Holidays—and Staying Sane!

For many people going home for the holidays is a time of pleasure and enjoyment. For others, holiday time is difficult. This blog post is dedicated to the folks who find going home for the holidays to be less than [...]