Category Archives: Addiction & Recovery

Seduced by Swiping

By: Elizabeth Edge, LCSW, CSAT Vanity Fair’s article “Tinder is the Night” by Nancy Jo Sales speaks to the culture of quick hookups through online apps such as Tinder. One-night stands and quick sexual fixes seem to be what our … Continue reading

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Growing Gratitude

by Micky O’Leary, Ph.D. Let me begin by acknowledging that Gratitude and I got off to a rocky start. As a child, gratitude often meant being reminded how lucky I was to have a loving family, a roof over my … 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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Emotional Eating During The Holiday Season

By Andrea Schrage, MA, LAPC,CMT and Molly Keeton, Ph.D. The holidays are an emotional time and often a time of overeating. As family and friends come together, food is often the focus of celebrations. Below are some tips to think … Continue reading

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