Posts Tagged "mindfulness"

Finding Fulfillment

Posted on Oct 3, 2016

As everyone’s dreams, goals, and desires vary greatly, it is understood that the search for fulfillment will vary from person-to-person. In finding fulfillment, how do you approach a journey of self-discovery, and connect with your authentic voice, as the chapters of your life unfold?

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What is “Mindfulness”?

Posted on Oct 5, 2015

We’ve all heard it before: be mindful! Sure, sounds easy enough. But, what exactly does being “mindful” mean? Mindfulness can have broad definitions, but in psychotherapy, it is often defined as a psychological state of awareness of our own experiences. It is an important staple in many different types of therapy, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The key point to remember when it comes to being mindful is that your thoughts and emotions are not fixed, they are free-flowing, and they come and go. Why is this helpful to note?

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Moving Forward: Past to Present

Posted on Mar 4, 2015

One of my favorite phrases is “moving forward.” Life is constantly changing, and it is important for us to change with it, moving from past to present. There is no pause button on the passage of time, which leaves us little choice but to continue moving forward. We need to adjust to the ebbs and flows and inevitable changes that take place in our lives, as swimming against these currents can lead to frustration, distress, pain, and burnout.

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