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Panic and anxiety: keys to management

Feelings of panic can come on unexpectedly or at random – no matter how young or old we are. Our emotions – both positive and negative—can be easily triggered by people, places and things. We have all experienced the uneasy feelings of uncertainty. Often when we feel this way, our brain sets a plan of action in motion. Questions arise…read more →

Private & Strictly Confidential Recovery Support Services for High Profile Individuals and their families NYC

Are you or someone you know or love a High Profile Individual who is suffering from Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, OCD or an Eating Disorder and unable to take time off from work or school to attend out patient or Residential Treatment for Support with Recovery? Do you want the best Private, Confidential, and Individualized Recovery Support team available in NYC?…read more →

Are you – or is someone close to you – struggling with food, alcohol or substance abuse?

Life can be traumatic. We’re all given our share of jagged pills to swallow. Life can be challenging. Without good tools, in an effort to cope with stress at school, home or work, many can derail. The road that leads to acting out with substances is often traumatic, and littered with loneliness, confusion, despair, frustrations and disappointments. Shining light on…read more →

What gives your life meaning & purpose? Nourishment is about more than just food.

Is a member of your family struggling at home, school or work? True family health & well being is holistic. Finding a healthcare provider that helps to balance the emotional, physical and spiritual well-being of every member of the family is possible. Our physicians and certified practitioners provide individualized health, wellness and nutrition consultations for young children, adolescents and adults….read more →

Coping with Family Conflict

Communication can easily break down in times of conflict especially with those we care about the most. Misunderstandings can easily occur that can cause each member of a family to become defensive or reactive. In times of conflict people can become confused between what will help and what will hurt. Family members can easily misunderstand one another or jump to…read more →

Co-dependency: Breaking the destructive cycle—at home, work or school

What destructive game would you like to abandon? We all want to feel appreciated, and we want to feel that our lives have meaning and purpose. Often we seek this appreciation, approval, and meaning outside of ourselves. Insecurities and fears are often the cause of this need for external sources of approval, acceptance and most potently, love. Fear of judgment…read more →

Are you caught in a power struggle with your young child or adolescent, a loved one, or business associate?

Resistance—especially from a child—can pack a powerful punch that triggers all sorts of negative emotions. Power struggles can wear adults down long before a child backs down or acquiesces to do whatever it is that is being asked of them—cleaning a room, eating healthy food, doing homework, helping with just about any chore, or just listening in general. Power struggle….read more →

What causes suffering …

Are you paying attention? I only ask because if you are—it’s very possible that you may learn something. When expectations don’t match reality… suffering occurs. It’s that simple. Do you have a moment to deconstruct that simple statement and make sense of it? When expectations don’t match your reality… You set up an expectation for your self, or for someone…read more →

A guarantee of clarity, self worth, security…pretty useful stuff.

Follow the signs along the way. If they have led you here, take note. You are receiving nothing less than an invitation to experience clarity, self-worth, security. Oh really… What’s going on?! Recently a client I’ve been working with for a short time asked me why she was suddenly feeling so good. “What’s going on?!” she wanted to know. ”I…read more →

Point one finger

We all have a favorite saying. I hear myself repeat this one a lot: Point one finger at someone else and the other four are pointing back at you. In the blame shame game who wins? I’ve been hearing a lot of people say that they want to bring more peace and love into the world. Imagine how light we…read more →