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Coping Skills for Graceful Revolution Workbook

Since everyone could use a little extra support as we forge ahead and continue to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic, I thought it might be a good idea to compile all my favorite, most effective coping skills in one place. So here they are, in a concise ten page …

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Coping with COVID: Anxiety Webinar Week 1

Dear friends, It’s the first full week since we’ve been told to socially distance due to COVID. This has been a stressful time of adjustment and uncertainty to say the least. I wanted to share these coping skills with those who may need tips to emotionally regulate and manage anxiety. …

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Birth Plans and Birth Trauma

As a psychotherapist specializing in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADs), I’ve worked with several moms who are traumatized because their birth didn’t go according to plan. Mom planned a water birth, but needed to be monitored so she couldn’t be in the water. She wanted to go naturally but …

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Recognizing Burnout – the struggle is real.

“In dealing with those who are undergoing great suffering, if you feel “burnout” setting in, if you feel demoralized and exhausted, it is best, for the sake of everyone, to withdraw and restore yourself. The point is to have a long-term perspective.” – Dalai Lama If you’re reading this and …

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Tips for Dealing with the “Mother-Load”

While there’s a ton of new-parent advice freely offered out there from the moment you conceive…one thing I never heard anyone talking about until recently was “the mental load.”  You see, when men become fathers, their life doesn’t really change all that much. Yes, becoming a parent is an enormous …

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Healing Isn’t Linear

Healing is not linear. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s the truth. We all have good days and bad days. Good weeks and bad weeks. Good years, and rough years.  So often I’ve worked with clients who say, “why can’t I just be better already?” …

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Forget Fear.

Several years ago, I recall hearing Jillian (Pransky, my teacher) say in one of her workshops, “you don’t have to qualify to receive the grace of your breath.” It blew my mind. I took this to mean that your body keeps breathing, your lungs keep functioning, your autonomic nervous system …

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Yoga for Optimal Digestion

I am so excited about this new partnership with American Yoga And Wellness (AWAY). They offer corporate yoga onsite and offside, bringing wellness to the workplace. Their website will be up soon, so stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, we’ve worked together to create this Yoga for Optimal …

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