• Eight myths about mental health

    Eight myths about mental health

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    According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), only 17 percent of adults in the U.S. are in “optimal mental health.”  In fact, it is estimated that one in five people deal with some kind of mental health issue—anxiety, depression, PTSD, etc—that impacts our daily life.
  • Goal Setting & Dopamine

    Goal Setting & Dopamine

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    Setting a goal and reaching it gives you a sense of accomplishment and triggers the reward system (ie. DOPAMINE) in your brain.  And—as you know—when dopamine is released, you feel happy.  Thus goal setting can be a key component in giving you an on-going sense of wellbeing.
  • Therapy With Clarity: 5 Steps to More Productive Sessions

    Therapy With Clarity: 5 Steps to More Productive Sessions

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    "Therapy was a necessary component in the healing process for me. The layers of my traumatic life events seemed like a jumbled maze too difficult to sift through."
  • Music and your mind

    Music and your mind

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    Music has always been one of the greatest joys in my life.  Most of my earliest memories have something to do with music.  I went to a performing arts high school (proud alum of New World School for the Arts in Miami, FL) and I studied music in college (Go Seminoles).
  • What Is Dopamine

    What Is Dopamine

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    So what is Dopamine, really?  I’d obviously heard of it before and had the faint recollection that Dopamine is good, but what does that really mean and what does Dopamine really control?  Here is a “Dopamine For Dummies” guide to how it works. Dopamine, simply put, is a neurotransmitter. According to neurologist.com, a neurotransmitter is “a brain chemicals that communicate information throughout our brain...
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