Yoga For Chronic Pain

By Katrina Kuzyszyn-JonesWhat do we know about chronic pain? It’s expensive, difficult to manage and compounded by depression, anxiety and substance use. Chronic pain affects 100 million Americans and affects more people than heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer combined. We know that medications do not work, are addictive, and we need alternative solutions.Acute pain […]

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What Is A Growth Mindset?

“All behavior is belief driven” – Jim KwikThe growth mindset theory has been developed by Dr. Carol Dweck a professor at Stanford University. Dr. Dweck focused her theory more in the area of child development but the foundational belief applies even to adults in the area of career development, parenting, health, etc. Dr. Dweck’s foundational […]

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What Is Conscious Business?

This is a very interesting lecture series by Fred Kofman that demonstrates how important psychology is to the general public. While much of his discussions seem basic, it’s clear how much the world needs the influence of psychology. I learned about Fred Kofman’s lectures when I was listening to Sheryl Sandberg’s audio book, Lean In. […]

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8 Tips For Diffusing Anger In Others

​In a previous article, we discussed 10 tips for managing anger within yourself. In this article, we’re going to discuss several tips you can use to diffuse anger in others. We all deal with angry people at various times in life, from an angry customer to an angry colleague to an angry spouse or family […]

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What Is The Multicultural Approach To Counseling?

Multicultural counseling occurs when a professional counselor works with a client from a different cultural group. It takes into consideration racial, spiritual, and ethnic diversity in addition to sexual preferences, disabilities, social class, and cultural bias.Throughout history, and still to this day of course, people of various ethnic and cultural groups have been discriminated against. […]

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