In clearing trauma, we can also reduce or remove the power of events to trigger us to re-experience that trauma.
Some of my clients find this prescription confronting, but knowing the benefits can make it more appealing to try.
Mindless eating is a disconnect; a mindfulness and yoga practice restores that connection gently and slowly.
Video call technology is not always reliable and that can be disruptive to the therapy process. Telephone can be a better option.
What causes our stress is different for everyone, and so is where we find our resilience.
Decision fatigue is quite common. We’re less able to make quality decisions—or any decisions at all—the more decisions we’ve already made.
In some cases, you might not know the food addiction is there until you start to unravel the emotional problems.
A food plan creates a nice boundary around the food—your food is figured out for you.
Mindfulness is a very powerful and effective practice you can incorporate into your mealtimes, and has many benefits.
What if we went beyond appearances—below the tip of the iceberg—to see each other, and be seen, for who we really are?