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What Does it Mean to be Mindful?

Written by: Dawn Freeman

Posted In Whole Health

You’re hearing it in schools, in the workplace, and on social media, this idea or concept of being “mindful” or “mindfulness”. So, what exactly is this “new” technique that everyone is talking about? The concept of mindfulness has been around for… Continue Reading →

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The Face of Mental Health Awareness is Us: Clearing up the Misconceptions Around Mental Health Help

Written by: Deb Walsh, LPC

Posted In Whole Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month – what do most people think of when they think of mental health? Most often it is celebrities such as Robin Williams, Chris Cornell, or Kurt Cobain. This often becomes the most visceral and public… Continue Reading →

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Feeling the Weight of Holiday Grief

Written by: Steve Knight

Posted In Whole Health

As I drive through our communities, I see decorations for the holidays everywhere. Hanukah or Kwanzaa candles, Christmas bows, garlands, and lights everywhere often make me smile, but just as often it makes me pause. I pause to think about… Continue Reading →

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Forgiveness and Letting Go

Written by: Deb Walsh, LPC

Posted In Whole Health

It sounds easy, doesn’t it? As the song says, “let it go “. However, it’s usually not as simple as that. Why is it often so hard to forgive people and let go of grudges, real or perceived? Often, it… Continue Reading →

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How to Find Peace in the Midst of the Storm

Written by: Kristen Pagulayan

Posted In Whole Health

“WHEN YOU BECOME COMFORTABLE WITH UNCERTAINTY, INFINITE POSSIBILITIES OPEN UP IN YOUR LIFE.”  -ECKHART TOLLE I’m sure we’ve all heard it many times: learn to let go of your need to control; trust in the process; enjoy the journey; stay… Continue Reading →

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Lessons From the Masters of Relationships

Written by: Rosemary Clark

Posted In Whole Health

Predicting human behavior is an impossibility, science will never be sophisticated enough to be certain what we might do next.  Understanding and predicting behavior in relationships seems to be a different story, however.  Dr. John Gottman*, a world-famous researcher, has… Continue Reading →

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What to Expect When Starting Therapy

Written by: Steve Knight

Posted In Whole Health

When I meet a client for the first time in my office, I want to help them feel at ease. Coming into therapy can be a frightening experience. When was the last time you walked into a stranger’s small office,… Continue Reading →

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How to Manage Life’s Changes

Written by: Deb Walsh, LPC

Posted In Whole Health

Full disclosure – I’m new here.  Not here to Bluffton, but here to this practice.

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Find Your Tribe

Written by: Kristen Pagulayan

Posted In Whole Health

In an age where technology is  supposed to bring us closer together through social media, cell phones, and video conferencing, how is it that we have never been further apart?  We are the loneliest, most medicated generation that this country has seen.  We… Continue Reading →

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5 Benefits of Counseling for Everyone

Written by: Rosemary Clark

Posted In Whole Health

We all have strategies and coping mechanisms for handling life’s challenges.  Sometimes our methods are on the healthy side like exercise or journaling.  But sometimes, those strategies we regularly use simply don’t work effectively.  Examples of this would be having… Continue Reading →

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