New Perspectives Center for Counseling (NPCC) offers both brief and long term psychotherapy for adults, children, couples and families since 1993.
gottman.com Softening the start-up of your arguments and complaints is crucial to resolving relationship conflicts.
linkedin.com We all hear the same things: wash your hands, don't touch your face, stay at home, stay 6 feet away from others. Viruses live on boxes and plastic and door knobs and.
nytimes.com It isn’t about avoiding work; it’s about avoiding negative emotions.
thetappingsolution.com On Sunday, I went live on Facebook to tap on the stress and anxiety we’ve all been feeling over the last few days and I was amazed at the response I got!
kirschnerskorner.com If you care about animals, people, and the planet, you’ve likely battled feelings of depression during the Trump presidency. His cruelty, immaturity, lying, law-breaking, and harmful policies…
theguardian.com Attachment theory suggests that early interactions with caregivers can dramatically affect your beliefs about yourself, your expectations of others, and how you cope with stress and regulate your emotions as an adult
tinybuddha.com Put down your phone. Truly connect with the people around you. Your full presence and attention is the best give you can give.
gallup.com StrengthsFinder is now CliftonStrengths -- learn how to discover your 34 themes and how to register your access code from StrengthsFinder 2.0.
psychologytoday.com Respiratory vagus nerve stimulation (rVNS) counteracts fight-or-flight stress.
nytimes.com “Loss is simply what happens to you in life. Meaning is what you make happen,” the author of a new book says.
nytimes.com Whether they chose to retire or were forced out of a job, a significant chunk of American workers over the age of 50 are finding they need to reinvent themselves.
npr.org Researchers Pam Mueller and Daniel M. Oppenheimer found that students remember more via taking notes longhand rather than on a laptop. It has to do with what happens when you're forced to slow down.
nytimes.com We get a lot of letters asking permission to leave bad situations at work. I’m telling you: It’s O.K.
soulspacepodcast.com The central premise of Transpersonal Psychology is that mental health encompasses more than just the physical matter of the brain or the behavioural ailments attached to personality structures. The transpersonal approach addresses issues that arise from beyond the limitations of psychopathology. Bef...
theguardian.com The lack of recognition for complex PTSD by the psychiatric establishment means it is difficult for sexual abuse victims who might suffer from it to receive the right diagnosis
kqed.org KQED provides Public Media for Northern California. KQED supplies local news, arts, food, cooking, science, and education information through public broadcasting, blogs, podcasts, video, audio, workshops, and events.
immigrantyarnproject.org The Immigrant Yarn Project is the largest work of crowd-sourced art in the country - celebrating tolerance, difference and the vital contributions that immigrants have made to our success story. It's a metaphor for our crazy, wonky, diverse and colorful country created by immigrants and their descen...
Northern California Art Therapy Association
NorCATA Spring Workshop
with the Jewish Studio Project
Rabbi Adina Allen, and Pat B. Allen, Ph.D., ATR
Sunday, March 24, 2019
Workshop: 1:00 - 4:00pm
940 Dwight Way
There are limited seats so get yours early.
laylafsaad.com Part education, part activation, the Me And White Supremacy Workbook is a first-of-its-kind personal anti-racism tool for people holding white privilege to begin to examine and dismantle their complicity in the oppressive system of white supremacy.
californiahealthline.org Dr. Gabor Maté of British Columbia recently visited Sacramento and laid out his theories in an interview with California Healthline.
nytimes.com Our subconscious programming — developed through our youth and on into adulthood — plays a huge role in how we survive or thrive at work. Here’s how your “attachment style” may affect your office relationships.
wakeupyourmind.net Long-term mental abuse is closely related to developing anxiety. All of the trauma and stress that accumulate over time eventually result in developing a mental disorder, out of which anxiety is the most common. There is much stigma in regards to verbal abuse, so many people actually consider it leg...
nytimes.com Research shows that talking about failure makes for happier, more productive workers.
nicabm.com Anger is a normal (and often necessary) emotion. But when tempers flare and rage ensues, our clients’ relationships suffer, their stress levels skyrocket, and reactivity simply takes over. So how can people shift out of anger once the fuse is lit? In the video below, Marsha Linehan, PhD will share...
mobile.nytimes.com It’s possible that they aren’t, it’s just that you have trouble reading neutral facial expressions because of your family experience, a new study suggests.
psychologytoday.com Simple art making experiences may mediate pain, mood and anxiety.
positivepsychologyprogram.com Here's a list of 25 cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, CBT interventions, exercises and tools. Try the workbook in your own CBT practice!
goodtherapy.org Wondering how to support Mental Health Awareness Month 2017? Help raise mental health awareness, challenge stigma, and help people connect with resources.
wef.ch Research has shown the health benefits of 'forest bathing', the act of being among the trees.
www.nytimes.com Backers cite projects like expanding arts therapy for veterans to rebut calls for defunding the agencies.
theweek.com From the most important question to ask yourself to the awe-inspiring power of physical contact...
highline.huffingtonpost.com The surprising new science of the closet.
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Q***r LifeSpace is a nonprofit counseling agency that provides sustainable, evidence-based mental health and substance abuse services to the LGBTQ+ community.
Ilene Serlin, Ph.D, BC-DMT is a licensed psychologist (PSY #11092) and registered dance/movement therapist
Rochelle Greenhagen is a San Francisco-based psychotherapist offering counseling to facilitate healing and growth.
Individual and Couples Therapy in the financial district, San Francisco.
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I offer psychotherapy & counseling services to adult individuals, couples, & teens. My specialties include anxiety, panic attacks, anger management, spiritual/identity crisis, & men's issues.
Katherine "Kat" Schoolland is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (Lic#103337) whose passion is to assist children and teens to the fullest of mental health. Kat uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with her clients as her primary treatment model.
Couples psychotherapy, Individual and S*x Therapy by EFT Certified California Licensed Psychologist with offices in San Francisco and Emeryville/East Bay
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