Help, My Marriage is in Trouble!

This week Cindy Fabico, founder of Life Skills Resource Group discusses the 4 signs that one or both partners  are withdrawing from the relationship and how seeing a trained marriage counseling professional can restore the connection that feels like it has been lost. At Life Skills Resource Group, we have three Orlando marriage counselors who focus […]

Volunteering- It Does the Brain and Body Good

Orlando counselor  Amy Smith shares her thoughts about how volunteering does the brain and body good. Did you know that giving back does the brain and body good?  Well it does. While there are many studies attesting to this fact, I can tell you first hand that volunteering has helped me personally be happier and […]

A Deep Need for Women’s Self-Care

Self-care can be the one thing missing in so many women’s lives. This week Tracy Rickard, Orlando Women’s Stress-Reset Wellness Coach explains how authentic understanding can be the key to reaching your health and happiness goals.    I want to share something truly connected to my heart today. Since being on my own journey, and hearing […]

How Can Play Therapy Help My Child?

Jessica Carmean, MS, Licensed Mental Health Counselor is an Orlando Counselor with extensive training in play therapy. In this post she shares how play therapy is helpful to children. The most predominant question that I get from parents is, “How can play therapy help my child?” The main goal of play therapy is to help […]

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

This week Orlando Counselor Krista Bringley discusses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and shares how it can be an effective treatment for anxiety. Have you ever heard of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)?  Most people probably haven’t, and it is one of my very favorite methods of therapy, especially for anxiety and anxious thoughts!  If you’ve […]

The Anxious Mind

Anxiety is something that everyone experiences at different levels.  This week Risa Bos, Orlando Mental Health Counselor and Clinical Hypnotherapist discusses strategies for calming the anxious mind. You’re at a stop light at the height of morning rush hour traffic.  You are cutting it pretty close since you had to swing by school and drop […]

What Does Anxiety in Children and Teens Look Like?

This week Orlando Counselor Juliana Ochoa shares her experience and expertise regarding anxiety and how it manifests in children and teens. According to the Child Mind Institute Children’s Mental Health Report (2015), 80% of children with a diagnosable anxiety disorder do not get treatment. Untreated anxiety can lead to lower self-esteem, lower academic performance, lack of […]

What is Narcissistic Abuse?

Kelli Skorman is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Orlando, FL who specializes in working with individuals and couples on relationship and personal challenges.  She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy as well as Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy.  In this post she talks about the Ten Signs of Narcissistic Abuse and her experience […]

Clinical Hypnotherapy: Myth vs. Fact

This week Risa Bos, Orlando Clinical Hypnotherapist at Life Skills Resource Group demystifies the process of hypnotherapy and shares how it can be helpful in bringing lasting changes to her clients lives.  Follow the pocket watch as it swings back and forth…just your eyes now.  You’re getting sleepy…very sleepy…your eyes are becoming heavy…so very heavy… […]

What is Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy?

As an Orlando Marriage and Family therapist I have had the opportunity to work with hundreds of couples to repair connection, improve communication, and reignite passion.  I found when working with couples on their relationships that for many the process went fairly smoothly with each partner able to make the necessary changes in behavior, gain insight into […]

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