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For teens and young adults…
There is so much to share with you
that will hopefully help to always bring you back to your original
goodness. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety,
anger, or other mood states which are getting in the way of a happier
there is so much to share with you that will help you.
It is not easy these days. The
electronic 24/7 nature of your children’s lives seems to pull them
away from you, especially their reliance on electronic communication
instead of talking with and being with you. For some parents,
their own issues have become such a burden that the prospect of
raising happy and well-adjusted children can seem overwhelming at
times. There is hope and help for you as well.
For educators and fellow mental
I stand ready to collaborate with
you. As a School Psychologist of thirty plus years, I can
appreciate your unique challenges as you try to provide a quality
education to our young people. Together, we can tackle any
issue and bring it to a better place. Since it is recognized
that sound emotional well-being supports a more effective learner,
it is often a combination of school-based resources along with
outside therapeutic support that can get the job done.
Remember... "Begin each day by saying to yourself: Today I shall
be meeting with interference, ingratitude, insolence, disloyalty,
ill-will, and selfishness." Marcus Aurelius, Roman Philosopher
Marcus may sound pessimistic, but he does tell it like it is.
Reality is our best teacher. When you drive defensively, and watch
out for the other driver, you have fewer accidents. Similarly, when
you expect people to act imperfectly and you do not
demand that they conform to your will, you will
become a healthier human being who will spend much less time in your
Once you have reached the pinnacle of recognizing and accepting your
own human fallibility and imperfection, you will have attained the
greatest gift in life – peace of mind – and will no longer require
any type of mental health treatment at all.
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