You may be familiar by now with the physical, emotional and psychological stress that are the unfortunate side-effects of caring for a loved one with dementia. As if the pain of someone dear to you wasn’t difficult enough, your
Techniques of Grief Therapy: Assessment and Intervention, edited by Dr. Robert A. Neimeyer, launched on October 16, 2015 and is already a best seller. A follow up to his first volume, Techniques of Grief Therapy: Creative Practices for Counseling the Bereaved,
Mindfulness for children is becoming more widely accepted. Learn how one research study showed that students can breathe their way to 15% better grades and an increased sense of well-being.
Take a moment to switch off your autopilot switch and pay attention to the precious life before you! In this brief guided meditation, you will use your breath, sight, sound, and awareness of feelings to press your reset button and "begin again."
In my decade plus years of teaching mindfulness, I have never picked up the phone and had anyone say “I want to learn how to practice mindfulness because I want to cultivate a calm and open attitude to the present
New Year’s Day is a chance to begin again. But what we so often forget in our hectic lives is that every moment, every second, is a chance to begin again.
Use your evergreen, artificial or vintage Christmas tree as an object of mindfulness this holiday season.
Reflecting on spiritual materialism is a reminder to live the practice rather than try to own it.
My stepfather's legacy lives on as I merge his love of photography with my love of words.
My vision board said "You Have What It Takes to Get Published." Little did I know it would actually work!