Right now it is hard to not know that Valentine’s day is around the corner. The commercials on TV focus on happy couples receiving gifts. Radio ads ask you to buy the person you love flowers. You may hear your friends at work talking about their plans for Valentine’s day dinner. While it is supposed […]


Isn’t it amazing that the first month of 2010 is almost at its end? Many of us may have made, and even broken New Year’s resolutions by this point. We decided that we would “eat healthier”, “go to the gym every day” or “find the love of our life”. However, just making resolutions is not […]

EFT: The Emotional Freedom Technique

I have been Mental Health Counselor now for 7 years with my primary focus on Marriage and Relationship Counseling and Life Coaching here in Orlando, Florida.  For a long time I have felt I didn’t have an effective tool to work with my clients who were experiencing anxiety, depression, pain, anger, and panic.  I have […]


Since I began this journey in becoming a life coach, I have heard over and over again, “ what is a life coach?” To a former classroom teacher, and now yoga teacher for  teens in a private school, I think “it’s what I’ve been doing my whole career!” Teachers who care about their students, like […]


1-01-loving-touch“ (link for mood music as you read-click to start then minimize your music player to read) …you always have a mirror that reflects a more loving and tender side of you. Perhaps it’s your child, grandchild, or garden – what you care for most, in a loving patient way, holds close to how you […]

FREE Parenting Toddler to Age 6 Class Beginning May 9th in Orlando

TODDLER TROUBLE? PRESCHOOL PROBLEMS? Has your toddler or preschooler suddenly begun to act oppositional? Do you feel that you are at your wits end in how to deal with power struggles and temper tantrums? While it can seems to be impossible to change a toddler’s behavior, it is possible to change your reactions to these behaviors. […]

PARENTING GROUPS-New Preschool Parenting Group begins in May

Today I dropped by sons’ former elementary and middle school St. John Vianney and ended up having a nice chat with Sister Elizabeth Murphy, the principal during both my sons’ years there (they have since graduated from high school and are both in college). We got on the topic of the challenges involved in being […]


Has the recent news of financial meltdowns in America left you feeling anxious or worried? While these feelings can be emotionally exhausting they can also have an impact on your health. According to a study by Paul Lavarkas of Ohio State University, people who had a higher rate credit card debt suffered more heart attacks, […]

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