“And They Lived Happily Ever After,” and other Myths about Marriage

Posted on Jul 1, 2013

The definitive guide to a fairy tale relationship Good marriages don’t “just happen,” and contrary to popular belief, love does not conquer all. Take a look around you and it is easy to see the many divorces and strained marriages in our midst. Busy work schedules, the ever-demanding needs of children, financial challenges and other […]

The Secret Sauce to a better you is Spiritual Well Being.

Posted on Jun 4, 2013

The three-legged stool that keeps us fully alive and present to life as human beings are: being connected to self, being connected to others, and being connected to God or Spirit. If one of the stool’s legs is loose, the stool is wobbly. As human beings we often times tend to lean towards building one […]

Diagnosis: Adolescence!

Posted on May 3, 2013

Adolescence. You, like many others probably cringe when you hear this word. Whether it’s because you are dealing with the un-pleasantries of raising your own adolescent or have not-so-fond memories of your past, the common denominator that effects us all is another very scary word: change. As a licensed psychologist, working with adolescents is my […]

Clean the Clutter from Your Life

Posted on Apr 1, 2013

Feel that hint of Spring in the air? The fresh air of a new season may put a spring in your step, until you remember that cluttered attic, basement, garage, etc. Spring cleaning is a time honored tradition which coincides with the yearning for a fresh, uncluttered start to the new season. For many, clutter […]

Connect to Nature: Celebrate National Horticultural Therapy Week

Posted on Mar 1, 2013

By Laura DePrado, Horticultural Therapy Practicioner This month National Horticultural Therapy Week will be celebrated March 17– 23, the week of promotion of Horticultural Therapy, and the good work of horticultural therapists nationally and locally.  This week also germinates the official start of Spring.  Horticultural Therapists are trained to evaluate the abilities and needs of […]