February 12, 2017


Procrastinating means putting off unpleasant tasks that one should get done. People who procrastinate will delay cleaning, organizing, working on and filing taxes… They get further and further behind. They often get hit with fines from unpaid traffic tickets, embarrassed when friends suddenly drop in […]
January 18, 2017
New Year, New You

New Year, New You:   The 30-second article that could make you feel better

Can Probiotics help our emotional adjustment? What are probiotics? They are the critters that live in our gut. There are happy critters, those we call probiotics, and mean, ornery critters. The good critters keep the bad ones in check and they also help us digest […]
December 25, 2016

Taking The Stress Out Of The Holidays

When most of us think of the holidays, we picture family get-togethers, gifts, big meals, and time off. But all of those things take preparation, which can bring stress and anxiety and even substance abuse when things get to be too much. It’s important to […]
December 10, 2016

Co- Addiction/ Spirituality Workshop Facilitator: Ramona Lewis, CSAC

Goal: To focus on anyone (relative/friend) who is living with an addicted person Purpose: To create an understanding of co-addiction/addiction and related behaviors Subject: Learning constructive ways to manage anger/stress along with discovering spiritual talents, skills, gifts in order to grow spiritually If you are […]
November 18, 2016

Feeling trendy? The Best Available Mobile Apps in Behavioral Health

A question we often get is, “What else can I do to help myself between sessions?”  The use of technology can be a great way to supplement therapy and improve your life.  As always, please consult your therapist when utilizing a behavioral health mobile application. […]
October 16, 2016

Helpful and Unhelpful Thinking

A wise Greek philosopher once said, “I have noticed that people are not disturbed so much by things as by their opinions about those things.” (Epictetus) This means that what bothers us, is really our own thoughts, not what happens to us. Our opinions or […]