Category Archives: Mind-body-spirit Integration

Take Two Laps Around the Block and Call Me in the Morning

  by Lisa Anyan Smith, Ph.D. Years ago, as a budding mental health professional, I took a job at a residential treatment center for emotionally and behaviorally challenged youths.  I lived and worked alongside teens at a rural camp, where we … Continue reading

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Why Neuroscience?

by Molly Keeton Parnell, PhD  A few days ago I had an experience that has become quite familiar to me. I was reading Brene´ Brown’s “The Gifts of Imperfection” and she made the following statement: “Shame is universal and one … Continue reading

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The Thinking Mind

by Molly Keeton Parnell, Ph.D. “Mind, body, and breath complete the circle of life” This is what my yoga instructor stated last week as we were moving into Savasana, or the meditation portion of the class. This observation gave me … 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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Practicing Yoga Off the Mat

by Dr. Melissa Kulick, Ph.D., RYT While the physical practices of yoga have enjoyed increased popularity in the west over the past several decades, yoga is, in fact, an ancient philosophy and spiritual approach to being.  The word “yoga” comes … Continue reading

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