Teaching work ethic gives children a heart for helping!
Many of us are looking for growth opportunities for our children. We want to support their health, wellness and positive emotional development. We want to assist them with healthy character traits development. As a therapist for over 25 years, my passion is to work in the wellness framework, even in the most desperate of circumstances. … Continue reading Do You Choose the Health & Wellness Model or Illness?
Her warm, sweet smile makes everyone around her smile too!
Every so often I notice a theme emerging in my psychotherapy practice. As of recently, the emergent theme has been with women and questions have come up about how essential oils may be of help, since I am always diffusing Young Living Essential Oils * in my office. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "I am blessed with a great … Continue reading I Can’t Shake These Feelings
Hundreds of families/children were present last night at the Orleans Fireworks display and found themselves too close for comfort to the unexpected fire that erupted at the end. The statistics show that among direct witnesses to even fatal traumatic events such as 9/11 and the marathon bombing, less than half go on to experience symptoms of post-traumatic … Continue reading Responding to young people who were present at the Orleans Fire
Please welcome Alison Weiner. Ali will be joining Lamperti Counseling & Consultation for the summer as a Student Intern. In addition to being a high honors Psychology Major, Alison has studied abroad in Italy, raised over $5,000 for breast cancer awareness and worked with inmates in a high security prison. She brings skills of photo-journalism, … Continue reading Introducing Alison Weiner
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My son Noah was very close to his great grandparents. My mother took care of him while I worked and she also provided a lot of care for her parents, so he spent a lot of time with his greats. He was just a young toddler and I knew that one day he would experience … Continue reading Talking to Young Children about Death
One might expect that as a psychotherapist, I see more tears than the average person. In actuality, I see quite a bit of anger, frustration, hopelessness and worry, but not as many tears as might be expected. Today my schedule was full, and there were tears in almost every hour. Why This is a GOOD … Continue reading Tears
In the mid to late 70's it was really "in" for girls to have Nike-like sneakers with rainbow stripes on the sides. In my last post I talked about how I am nothing more than anyone sitting on the couch across from me. This fact hit me square in my brain and heart all at … Continue reading We Had the Same Rainbow Sneakers