Letting go of stress could be as simple as removing clutter that is blocking flow! When we are unhappy or stuck in some area of our lives we can help to release that by cleaning up the physical clutter in our home and work space. Is there some room or area of your home that…

Today is the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York City and the Pentagon.  Our Country said it is a day we will never forget, however people in the early 20s were too young to remember and teenagers were not even born.  They most likely have heard numerous stories about that day, but…

More and more people seem to be burdened with some sort of mental illness or condition.  The medical industry, where much of the psychotherapy is conducted, seems hooked on palliative ‘solutions’ such as medication and curtailed programs of manualized ‘sausage-machine’-style psychotherapy which assume that every patient is the average patient.  There’s no time to actually…

Prevention of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the Modern Day Military Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, will be diagnosed in 7-8 out of every 100 individuals in the US Population (USDOVA, 2016). It is a growing concern not only with society today, but especially with our military. According to the DSM-5 Criteria for PTSD (2014), symptoms…

Co-regulation is the capacity for two nervous systems to come into a sense of well-being, together. When we are young, our caregivers dance with us through this medium, following the fluctuations of our emotional and physiological changes, lending their nervous systems to help us regulate, and shaping our ability to dance with ourselves in this…

Childhood is an important period of time for human beings. Exposure to traumatic experiences during this time can have negative lifetime effects on children’s mental health. While one may think of trauma as any sort of abuse (physical, sexual, emotional), neglect (emotional and physical), domestic violence or parental incarceration, researchers have indicated peer/sibling assault, bullying,…