Energy Psychology – for a happier, healthier life!

Energy Psychology – for a happier, healthier life! Some background… In 1990 I became a licensed professional clinical counselor in Ohio and learned to do mostly talk therapy with my clients. Each week they left our session feeling great. But then … Continue reading

Tap Away Cravings

TAP AWAY CRAVINGS Do you tell yourself that you are giving up junk food and then find yourself drawn to it? Do you sometimes turn into the Cookie Monster, and gobble up sweets whenever they’re in sight? A few days ago … Continue reading

Is Food Addiction Real?

Is Food Addiction Real? Many of us overeat; some of us binge. And, as a nation, our eating has become less and less healthy. According to Dr. Mercola, “U.S. consumption of ‘added fats’ has increased by one-third since 1975, and … Continue reading

Grief, Loss … Life Goes On

Grief, Loss … Life Goes On For many years I had lived what I thought of as a charmed life, without any major losses or grief. Sure, I had grandparents who passed away and even aunts and uncles, but it … Continue reading

Energy Psychology

Energy Psychology Energy Psychology is a vast field which includes various approaches that seek to understand the interplay between energy and human emotion, thought and behavior. According to Oriental medicine, all the pain, discomfort and disease in the human body … Continue reading


Tapping “That is too weird! I exclaimed when someone told me about a Tapping technique. As a licensed professional clinical counselor, I mainly used talk therapy with my clients. I could not imagine asking my clients to tap on specific … Continue reading

Transform Holiday Blues

Transform Holiday Blues       This year I felt a lot of sadness as Christmas approached. Last year too.  And the year before that. My son died in October 2011, so I convinced myself that the sadness made sense. And, … Continue reading

Avoid Holiday Overeating

 Avoid Holiday Overeating   It is a widely held belief that people gain 5-8 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. I don’t know about you, but I ate too much at Thanksgiving and I felt AWFUL. There were so many … Continue reading

Step Aside

Step Aside I have been doing personal growth work for years and became a licensed counselor in 1990 to also work with others. Part of the work I do is to connect to different parts or voices within oneself. For … Continue reading

And That’s Okay

And That’s Okay While on a walk with my friend and neighbor, Dr. Steve Swidler, the holistic dentist and awesome healer, I learned the importance of three little words: “And that’s okay.” He suggested we add those words to the end … Continue reading