Nancy McQueen Mooney, Counselor

Nancy McQueen Mooney, Counselor Welcome! I am so glad you are here to review my page. Please don't hesitate to contact me for addi

As a Mental Health Counselor representing only the most reputable companies & brands is important to me. I am so gratefu...
06/12/2023

As a Mental Health Counselor representing only the most reputable companies & brands is important to me. I am so grateful for the trust of each and every one of my clients, family and friends and I am very proud to say I have partnered with the only USDA Certified organic, Vertically Integrated, Directly Sold CBD Company in the U.S.

This company is leading the way & making waves in the h**p industry. From helping to set federal regulations in a very scary, unregulated market, to full traceability from soil to seal. Lives are being changed every day here and I feel blessed to now be a part of that.

More to come very soon but for now, I am enjoying learning so that I may share with all of you, all of the mind blowing things I am learning about how much of a gift h**p really is 🌱

06/02/2023

Tapping is amazing! Look at these entertainers who know the truth!

05/20/2023
12/11/2022

Animals help heal us❤️🐴

11/14/2022

I was watching Acts of Kindness on CBS. It was lovely and I realised it’s so positive to post acts of kindness we see, hear about , experience.

Here’s mine: a friend came over last minute, dropped everything to help me with the dog because I had to leave unexpectedly.
Act of Kindness that helped me so much!

So now it’s your turn!
Post anything that’s kind! That’s loving !
Keep the positivity going. Kindness, love always userp hatred, greed, low level energies.

🫶🫶🫶

A good read for those in relationships.
04/22/2022

A good read for those in relationships.

Start with 3 core values that cannot be compromised.

Worth the read if you are in a relationship with a narcissist or think you may be.
03/31/2022

Worth the read if you are in a relationship with a narcissist or think you may be.

Partner- and self-enhancement among narcissists.

02/02/2022

One of the 5.7 million people are living with bipolar disorder.

Brain fog article
01/29/2022

Brain fog article

Possible causes include MS, depression, and long COVID.

01/27/2022

Sensory sensitivity, camouflaging, and more.

True that!
01/07/2022

True that!

True. So true Brene❤️
01/03/2022

True. So true Brene❤️

I can’t think of a better way to start 2022 than by looking ourselves, our emotions, our scars, our beauty, our mess, our strengths, and our fears in the eye.

Finding our way back to ourselves and each other is not the stuff of resolutions. It’s the raw material of a revolution.

Thank you Dr. Laurie Santos for this great conversation.

https://www.happinesslab.fm/2022-new-year-mini-season/how-to-identify-your-negative-emotions

Important to share💜
01/02/2022

Important to share💜

In the home I grew up in, achievement in academics and sports was my parents focus.

There was never a conversation about how I felt emotionally. If I was happy. Or any conversations around purpose. For my parents, education was important because they believed it would provide me a safe job + security. I learned quickly that achievement is how I would get praise or love from my mom. I prioritized achievements + at the same time I neglected myself spiritually + emotionally (just as my parents did— or anyone in survival mode does) In my 30s I realized I didn’t even know myself, which is common for many “overachievers.”

My parents are from a depression era. My mom grew up in poverty and struggle + she wanted better for her children. In her generation, there was no time to focus on emotional states, purpose, self awareness, healthy relationships etc. She was focused on appearance because she’d been raised in survival mode.

It makes perfect sense that she had low self worth + that her children became an extension of her own self worth. The problem with parents doing this is that when their children aren’t fulfilling the role of who they believe they should be, there’s disapproval or rejection. This causes self esteem issues in children because part of who they are is not good enough for a parent. Children can feel the values + traits their parents value + they start to abandon themselves to become what a parent sees as success or “good.”

The power of healing is that is allows you to see your parents as humans. Humans with their own pain, their own childhood environment, + their own inherited beliefs that are reflected in their parenting style. Then, you can release the idea of who your parents want you to be to become who you actually are

Good advice as you maneuver 2022💜
01/01/2022

Good advice as you maneuver 2022💜

Such a good piece to read regarding those that are defensive.
12/28/2021

Such a good piece to read regarding those that are defensive.

...and why you shouldn't say, "You're getting defensive."

11/03/2021

Curiosity, openness, and more.

11/02/2021

Here's what to know.

Find Your power! I read this and understand, yet when we don’t stand in our truth , where are we?
10/03/2021

Find Your power! I read this and understand, yet when we don’t stand in our truth , where are we?

“We weren’t as open or truthful when we didn’t have the power to be. We had to take it easy. We had to shorten our hair to leave Liverpool. We had to wear suits to get on TV. We had to compromise. We had to get hooked to get in, and then get a bit of power and say, ‘This is what we’re like.’ We had to falsify a bit, even if we didn’t realise it at the time.“ - John
John Lennon Paul McCartney George Harrison Ringo Starr

Photo ©Apple Corps Ltd

Young girls and bullying
09/14/2021

Young girls and bullying

How to prevent your daughter from being a mean girl—or being devastated by one.

Scapegoating in families. Are you the scapegoat?
09/12/2021

Scapegoating in families. Are you the scapegoat?

There are variations on the theme, but it's always about control and power.

Good, helpful read.
09/09/2021

Good, helpful read.

08/29/2021

Love this-

Good advice on worry.
07/20/2021

Good advice on worry.

Whether you’re waiting to hear about a new job or planning a big move, here’s how to stay positive during life’s uncertain moments.

Great words to say to those who have lost someone🌺
07/18/2021

Great words to say to those who have lost someone🌺

When you need to express your condolences, rather than "sorry for your loss," try one of these more meaningful phrases instead.

07/13/2021

Whether you’re waiting to hear about a new job or planning a big move, here’s how to stay positive during life’s uncertain moments.

Good read!
06/20/2021

Good read!

My challenge for each of you is to amp up the time you spend with your children. We think that teens need less of us; this isn’t true. Teens need their parents more than grade school children because their needs are complex and broad. Don’t miss this.

You can’t hug if you aren’t with your kids. They can’t see the smile on your face when they walk into the room if you never do. And they can’t know that you enjoy their company if you are never together.

So do your kids a favor. Jump! Get off the crazy train and spend more time with them.

Staying on the crazy train feeds our fanaticism and tells us that we must keep them busy, we must make them better than their peers, and we must help them get ahead.

But this does NOTHING to build their inner selves, their character, or their identity.

02/25/2021

Years ago I had to count every single penny I spent. I had to keep a tally in my head while shopping. I would stand there and add things up over and over and over. There was this time during the holidays when I was shopping at Trader Joe's because way back then they had the most gluten free food and...

Important read on Covid and masks!
01/14/2021

Important read on Covid and masks!

It takes time after vaccination for immunity to the virus to build up, and no vaccine is 100% effective. Plus, scientists don't yet know if the vaccine stops viral spread. Here's what's known so far.

Worth the read
12/23/2020

Worth the read

How to manage the anxiety of the diagnosis.

10/30/2020

Although we live in a more fast-paced world, kids' needs haven't changed. Here are 5 secrets of raising a good kid, according to Harvard psychologists...

09/11/2020

400 years ago white people enslaved black people. And sold them. And treated them as less than human. For 250 years. While white men built the country and created its laws and its systems of government. While 10, 15 generations of white families got to grow and flourish and make choices that could make their lives better.
And then 150 years ago white people "freed" black people from slavery. But then angry white people created laws that made it impossible for them to vote. Or to own land. Or to have the same rights as white people. And even erected monuments glorifying people who actively had fought to keep them enslaved. All while another 5, 10 generations of white families got to grow and accumulate wealth and gain land and get an education.
And then 60 years ago we made it "legal" for black people to vote, and to be "free" from discrimination. But angry white people still fought to keep schools segregated. And closed off neighborhoods to white people only. And made it harder for black people to get bank loans, or get quality education or health care, or to (gasp) marry a white person. All while another 2-3 generations of white families got to grow and pass their wealth down to their children and their children's children.
And then we entered an age where we had the technology to make PUBLIC the things that were already happening in private-- the beatings, the stop and frisk laws, the unequal distribution of justice, the police brutality (in the south, police began as slave patrols designed to catch runaway slaves). And only now, after 400+ years and 20+ generations of a white head start, are we STARTING to truly have a dialogue about what it means to be Black.
White privilege doesn't mean you haven't suffered or fought or worked hard. It doesn't mean white people are responsible for the sins of our ancestors. It doesn’t mean you can’t be proud of who you are.
It DOES mean that we need to acknowledge that the system our ancestors created is built FOR white people.
It DOES mean that Black people are treated at a disadvantage because of the color of their skin, and
It DOES mean that we owe it to our neighbors-- of all colors-- to acknowledge that and work to make our world more equitable.
Because Black Lives Matter. Understanding why we have to say this matters. Your voice in this movement matters. Recognizing privilege, power and history matters.
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Really great article!
08/23/2020

Really great article!

Here’s how to pull yourself out of despair and live your life

08/03/2020
08/02/2020

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Love this!
07/21/2020

Love this!

Meet Zen Pig in the first book of Mark Brown's series! Zen Pig teaches children the value of gratitude, mindfulness, and compassion in a way that's easy for them to understand. It's a carefully constructed book full of wisdom that's sure to be the most uplifting part of class, storytime, or bedti...

This is a great bit of information to help children relax. Tapping and Mindfullness are so very power for any age. Learn...
07/09/2020

This is a great bit of information to help children relax. Tapping and Mindfullness are so very power for any age. Learning to relax your body naturally is so very important.
And our children , teachers and parents need this more than ever as we contemplate returning to school.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/nancy-mcqueen-mooney-rochester-ny/379061

https://www.thetappingsolution.com/blog/10-tips-teaching-kids-mindful-breathing/

Just like adults, children will experience the same emotions of stress, anxiety, worry, sadness, anger, fear, etc. as they go about learning and growing.

06/28/2020

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Nancy is an amazing soul. She listens with patience, teaches self reflection and how to reduce anxiety and stress throughout a busy adolescent's day. She encourages self growth and includes strategies to work on personally and within the family unit to guide the adolescent through times of grief, tragedy, depression, anxiety or even just the day to day hurdles we tackle as humans. I trust her with my own son! She is such a gift.
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