The book on my mind today is Prime Time by Jane Fonda. In this book Jane teaches us that it is never to late to have a new dream, a new goal and a new ambition.
This month I had the opportunity to write a guest post on the VFed (Valley Federation of Eating Disorder Professionals) blog. Please check out my post and of VFed's wonderful blog at: VFed Voices
By Kim Scott, LMFT http://www.sfvcollaborativecounseling.com The Telomere Effect by Elizabeth Blackburn, Ph.D., and Elissa Epel, Ph.D. is an excellent book on the key factors that play into how we age, and why some people age better than others. Their ground-breaking research uncovers the profound impact telomeres have on our health. Telomeres are the capping structure … Continue reading LIVE LONGER AND AGE BETTER WITH THESE “TIPS” ON MANAGING STRESS AND PRESERVING YOUR TELOMERES
By Kim Scott, LMFT Collaborative Counseling Last weekend I went to see the movie “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”, a biographical documentary made by Morgan Neville. I was riveted and moved. I didn’t realize that Mister Rogers was a philosopher, child development expert and lifelong advocate for children. I was 10 years old by the … Continue reading Lessons I Learned From Mr. Rogers
By Caroline Kurkcuoglu, LMFT http://www.sfvcollaborativecounseling.com This is a very important week for my family, my daughter will be signing to Delaware State University as a Division 1 athlete. I watched her ride horses for 13 years now. Horses have been part of our family as long as we can remember. She started competing at a … Continue reading Sending Your Child Off to College: How Radical Acceptance Can Help You Understand Your Conflicting Emotions
Break the stress cycle by changing your thought patterns.
3 habits that you can cultivate to relax your body and soul so that you can make your dreams come true...and enjoy the process.
"I don't like other women - I just don't trust them." Why do some women feel this way? Are the reasons about power and politics or are the reasons in our biology? Click on the title to join in the discussion as we rediscover the power of female friendship.
"Diets cause stress, which causes overeating," is just one of the key points in Dr. Janet Tomiyama, Psy. D. presentation to the Valley Federation of Eating Disorder Professionals. Click on the title to learn how eating or not eating (dieting) impacts our health.
It is estimated that between 8 and 10 million Americans have an eating disorder. Click on the title to learn what my clients with eating disorders wish that their family and friend knew about their condition.