I want to see a therapist… what are my next steps?

This past week I decided to take the big leap and begin going to therapy. Now, it may seem weird to some of you, or most, that someone who is going to school to become a therapist would consider this a big leap. It is… for all of us! I am a huge supporter of […]

Changing the way we perceive victims of domestic abuse.

  Surrounding the media this week has been talks of NFL player Ray Rice and the video of him hitting, and knocking out, his fiancé, Janay Palmer. Non-stop talk from everyone about their opinions of his actions, his punishment from the NFL, as well as domestic violence in general has been circling the media. Janay, Rice’s […]

Rebuilding After Your Relationship Ends Workshop

What will I learn and gain? How can I find out more? Next Training Unfortunately, almost half of all marriages end in divorce. Whether you are married or not, the ending of a love relationship can be one of the most difficult challenges of one’s life. No one ever enters a marriage with plans of […]

Criticism: learning to accept with open arms

In my past, I have known myself to not take criticism well, even constructive criticism – instead, I would take it personally (unfortunately,you can see it all over my face). I know that I am a perfectionist and strive to not only do my best, but the best in everything that I do. I also […]

Child Parent Relationship (C-P-R) Training Group

What is it?  How can I learn more? Next Training I have been working with children and families in some capacity for the past 10 years. My current position is that of a certified play therapist so I regularly confront the challenges faced by many parents. My clients often express to me feelings of tension […]

Are you too critical of your body image?

“I look fat today.” “Why am I so bloated all of the time?” “Without makeup I look too tired and old.” “Ugh, I wish I could wear outfits like hers, but I’m too big for them.” All of these, and more, are thoughts that women have on a daily basis. Almost all women, and even […]

The Truth Shall Set You Free

Five years ago I completely, absolutely, extremely, spectacularly totaled my precious little 2000 Volkswagen Beetle. I spun it out on the Universal exit ramp from I-4. It was an unusually foggy morning and my tires lost traction on the extremely slick and curvy ramp. When my car first started fish-tailing, I thought, “It’s going to […]

Why Counseling? Why now?

Because even though it’s over, I can’t stop thinking about him/her. Because I can’t take this much anxiety for one. more. day. Because no one really listens to me. Because our marriage is in trouble, and we can’t fix our problems by ourselves. Because I can’t do anything right. Because I keep dating the “wrong” […]

Mona El Alaoui- International Life Coach at Life Skills Resource Group in Orlando: Combining International, Corporate and Personal

My life has been a continuous evolution. I have lived in 13 countries (every continent except Australia). It seems that I have been doing life coaching, in one way or another, all my life; professionally, I have been an International Life Coach for the last two years here in Orlando. It brings me a lot […]

Simple Steps to Manifest Your Miracles

Miracles happen everyday, but if we do not live in awareness we simply don’t see them. My few tips to create your own miracles. 1. You have to know what you want to manifest, do not forget to be specific. 2. You need to believe that you can have it. 3. You have to take action. Miracles do not happen on […]

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