Tranquility Counseling and Wellness Center LLC

Counseling Psychotherapy Behavioral Health Wellness and Recovery

Tranquility Mental Health Counseling and Wellness Center LLC is an individually owned and operated practice which offers mental health therapeutic treatment. I am a fully licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years experience in the mental health field. I have worked with various population groups and have experience with all age groups. Extensive training and experience has helped me to shape my therapeutic approach to what I offer today. Please visit Tranquilitymh.com for more information

Psychology Today

Is she with a charming narcissist? Is he with a calculating sociopath? Understanding the difference can help you look out for those you love.

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365 Days of Thank You: Brian Doyle at [email protected] 2013

Inspired by the spirit of gratitude that is amplified each Thanksgiving day, Brian Doyle set out to extend the power of gratitude beyond one holiday in his u...

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Darwin’s Bucket List

psychologytoday.com It's not about swimming with dolphins, skydiving, or seeing the Rolling Stones.

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The greatest challenge to overcoming social anxiety is dealing with our own worrisome thoughts. This approach should help.

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New research finds that adopting a pet may have a significant effect on clinical depression.

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When A Narcissist Says These 10 Phrases, This Is What They Really Mean

mysticalraven.com When a narcissist’s words are translated into their actual meaning, the results are frankly disturbing.

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Why Exercise Is So Essential for Mental Health

psychologytoday.com New research shows why physical exercise is essential to mental health.

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Leg Exercise is Important to Your Brain Health.

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Research shows that it can take from 11 weeks to 18 months to get over a breakup. Your results may vary. This is why.

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What if you could use every trait you’ve ever inherited to your advantage?

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Fear and anxiety often go hand-in-hand with dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. The good news is that we can observe our reactions without letting them consume us.

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Narcissists can be both easy and hard to love. Here's what's to be expected from relationships with them.

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A rough breakup affects the brain in the same way as withdrawal from a drug. To get over an ex, then, borrow these lessons used to fight other addictions.

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Mental Health will be the #1 Issue we face in 2019.

Depression, Anxiety, and Panic Attacks are NOT signs of weakness, they are signs of trying to remain strong for far too long.

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Are you ready to clear the clutter out of your mind (and maybe your house) and focus on what really matters?

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Do you know someone who should give this a try?

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2. You aren’t responsible for other people’s expectations.

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When it comes between danger and a crazy day at work, would your body know the difference? Learn more: http://ow.ly/O7qe30fYf2d

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"I was tired of trying, of putting more effort into life than everyone else and falling farther and farther behind." — Jessica McCabe, How to ADHD

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The average mom reportedly works the equivalent of two full-time jobs per week

wcvb.com The average mom works the equivalent of two full-time jobs.

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When we’re at work—especially on a Friday—home is not far from our minds. We yearn for some down time. Bringing mindfulness to this experience can help us savor and appreciate the final hours of the day. You made it through the week, and you deserve a happy hour (or three!). Bring these three mindful tips home with you and see what you notice.

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You aren't responsible for other people's feelings. Once you realize that, your world may open up.

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Forgiving doesn’t mean that you condone what happened or that the perpetrator is blameless. It is making the conscious choice to release yourself from the burden, pain, and stress of holding on to resentment.

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Putting off a major task can put your life on hold. Here's how to push past it and set yourself free.

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Science writer Jo Marchant says if you’re thinking stressful thoughts for the whole day then those parts of the brain are going to get larger and other parts of the brain will deteriorate.

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There are certain attitudes that play an important role when working with anxiety mindfully. These attitudes are central to mindfulness. They allow us to interrupt automatic, reflexive fight, flight, or freeze reactions—reactions that can lead to fear, foreboding, and worry.
By bringing mindfulness to our actual experience in the moment, we can increase the likelihood of exerting more conscious control over our behaviors and attitudes.

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How to Be Happy: 26 Strategies Backed by Research

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You have about 70,000 thoughts a day. Here's a way to deal with the ones you wish you didn't.

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This Is Why You Always Get Sick After You've Been Stressed Out

health.com Ever wonder why you always get sick after bouts of stress? Health's resident psychiatrist explains.

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12 Quick Mini-Meditations to Calm Your Mind and Body

psychologytoday.com These 30-second meditations are invisible, fun, and surprisingly effective.

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What Happens After Now? - Mindful

mindful.org The more awareness we develop, the richer our lives get and the more capable we are of enriching the lives of others. 

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How to Settle the Mind - Mindful

mindful.org Three ways to rest the mind so you can experience the joy of mental stillness.

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By noticing what’s going on in our bodies and minds, we step out of the loop of reactivity. Instead of being like a horseman or woman in a frenetic and futile battle with a frightened mount, we stop trying to grapple our way to steadiness.

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Constant negativity can get in the way of happiness, but with practice, you can learn to disrupt and tame negative cycles.

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3 Mindful Ways to Transform Negative Thoughts - Mindful

mindful.org Recognizing our thoughts and where they're taking us is the first step to changing our relationship to them.

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3 Simple Remedies for a Stressed-Out Mind - Mindful

mindful.org When your brain starts racing, here are 3 things you can do in the moment to ground yourself.

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Dalai Lama: Behind Our Anxiety, the Fear of Being Unneeded

nytimes.com There has never been a better time to be alive, and yet in the richest countries, there is a growing sense of unease and helplessness because people no longer feel useful.

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10 Things To Never Forget

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Thoughts are not facts!
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Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
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