Author Archives: Elizabeth Eiland

NEWS FLASH: Scientific Evidence Supports Being Nice To Yourself

By Claire N. Scott, Ph.D. I was delighted to see a recent article in a psychology journal that offers scientific evidence that being nice to ourselves is a more skillful way of dealing with our screw-ups than being hard on … Continue reading

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Personality Drive: A Holistic View

By Metta Sweet Edge, LCSW It’s becoming increasingly well known and accepted that thoughts, feelings, and physical experiences are interrelated and deeply inform and impact one’s daily life.  For example, a single thought (“I’m running late”) almost instantaneously causes a … Continue reading

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Addiction and the Craving for Wholeness

By Melissa Kulick, Ph.D., RYT And You? When will you begin that long journey into Yourself? – Rumi Happiness is your nature. It is not wrong to desire it. What is wrong is seeking it outside when it is inside. … Continue reading

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Book review: The Mindful Way Through Anxiety: Break Free from Chronic Worry and Reclaim Your Life, by Susan M. Orsillo, Ph.D., and Lizabeth Roemer, Ph.D.

A book review by Lisa Anyan Smith We live in a stressful world.  Anxiety is a part of the human condition. Many people complain of feelings of anxiousness, ranging from occasional mild worrying to full-blown anxiety disorders such as Generalized … Continue reading

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Book Review: “Taking Antidepressants: Your Comprehensive Guide to Starting, Staying On, and Safely Quitting” by Michael D. Banov, MD

A Book Review by Molly Keeton Parnell, Ph.D. I am pleased to have found a book that I can recommend to clients, family, and friends who are dealing with depression and wanting to better understand their treatment options. While the … Continue reading

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