What is EAP Therapeutic Counseling?

Are you interested in EAP therapeutic counseling services but aren’t sure what to expect? EAP counseling is based on the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) counseling theory developed lesly-juarez-220845by Steve de Shazer and Kim Berg in the late 1970s. SFBT entails using future focused, goal- oriented counseling techniques by developing clear, concise and realistic goals. Your EAP counselor will help to look ...

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New Year’s Resolutions that Lead to Lasting Change

I am a long time member of Weight Watchers and my local gym where I have come to witness an annual tradition. Each January both organizations swell in membership and attendance. By mid-nordwood-themes-467442February we are back to the regulars, give or take a few faces. As a student of human behavior I have to ask myself, “What’s up with that?”

Well, I think we are all familiar with one of the shortest ...

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Suicide Prevention

The first point I want to stress is that suicide is preventable. There are steps that concerned people can take to help guide someone who is struggling out of the despair that most often fuels suicidal thinking, toward hope and recovery. There is effective professional treatment, effective on-line and telephone support services, and effective peer based mutual support and recovery programs.

Even with these effective resources, the problem is growing and has reached ...

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Here Come the Holidays… There Goes My Diet!

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Okay, so why am I already seeing Christmas stuff in the stores? The answer is because we love, love the holidays and all the celebrating that it brings. For many people the holidays are a time for re-uniting with friends and family, enjoying once- a-year festivities and, unfortunately, gaining weight. On average, Americans gain 2-4 pounds over the holiday season. And while this doesn’t seem like much, most do not take ...

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Control Your Food To Help Control Your Mood

foodThere are many different factors that influence our health and wellness. What we eat has a huge impact on how we feel and how we function. Whether you’ve been feeling overly stressed, tired, or depressed changing what you eat could make a big difference.

Seeds and nuts, soy beans, certain cheeses and meats, oats, eggs, seafood, bananas, pineapple and milk often contain tryptophan, which is ...

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Summer Structure

Whbeachen the sun is shining and the weather is warm, it may not seem like there is much to complain about. However, the summer can also be a difficult time to manage mental health issues for adults and children. Summer is often seen as a time of freedom and bliss, although the lack of structure during the summer months may result in feelings ...

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Good for the Mind, Good for the Body

mind_body_spiritOur minds and emotions play a critical role in our health. Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine, taught that good health depends on a balance of mind, body, and environment. Many ancient healing systems in fact emphasized the interconnection between mind and body in healing. While these insights of old may not have had the benefit of modern research, the wisdom has ...

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