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Can Essential Oils Really help with Stress?

Did you know that in 1937, Dr. Rene Maurice Gattefosse published the the first modern book about using essential oils for therapeutic purposes. “Besides their antiseptic and bactericidal properties, Essential oils possess anti-toxic and antiviral properties have a powerful revitalizing action, undeniable healing powers and extensive therapeutic properties.” The Us National Library of Medicine (pubmed.gov) […]

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How F.A.S.T Can You Reduce Anxiety?

Reducing or eradicating anxiety seems to be on everyone’s To-do list. As a South Florida therapist specializing in anxiety, I see anxiety as a personal GPS that can show a person they are out of sync with their potential, be it through actions or their belief system which guides them in decision making. The more […]

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Trust your Spidey Sense

For those of us who grew up reading the Spider Man comics, we know one of Spider Man’s ¬†most useful skills was his “Spidey Sense”. His strong ability to sense upcoming danger tingled throughout his body, guiding him in determining how to handle the situation he was in and to avoid upcoming danger. The truth […]

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Therapy is not that scary, I promise!

As a child I went to a psychoanalytically trained therapist who was very rigid in his role and how he treated me as a client. I am not saying that he wasn’t friendly but I never felt like he got animated enough to show that he was really on my side or to help me […]

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