eniors facing early to mid-stage Alzheimer’s usually suffer from boredom, powerlessness, and loneliness. Therefore, art activities for seniors with Alzheimer’s should aim at improving their quality of life in the years they struggle with this disease. Art therapists working with this population focus on strengthening the remaining cognitive and physical abilities of elderlies instead of…

Shopping (or retail) therapy Visiting another country recently, I was struck by a large billboard on a main thoroughfare. It said: Come for Counselling and Forget about Retail Therapy. This was not a private advertisement. It was an official government notice, beaming out at every passing motorist and pedestrian. I wanted to go back to…

Therapy for yourself or for others? When she was contemplating whether or not to commit to therapy for a while, one of my clients told me that someone she knew at work had been in therapy for three years and hadn’t changed a bit. So, she asked challengingly, ‘What can you do differently, that is…

A Peaceful Mind Life presents us with many challenges – difficult relationships, stress at work, financial concerns or worries about our health. We try to deal with them as best we can, by seeking help from friends or family or, perhaps, by learning from previous experiences. However, there may also be an inclination to deny…

Dr Judy Sedgeman will present a weekend retreat Oct 20 and 21 in Hartford. Judy recently left her post as Director of Public Policy at the University of S. Florida in order to spread knowledge of 3 Principles that lead people back to their Innate Mental Health, for mental health professionals and the general public.…

This is going to be a very short blog.   If you are interested in the research behind the efficacy of energy psychology, I just completed a Free 45 minute on demand Webinar.  It includes some amazing stories, several video clips of EP with veterans.   It also has some wonky descriptions of the research…