Category Archives: Psychotherapy

Wohoo! My ADHD book won the GOLD!

Posted on April 17, 2017

I am sooo excited and delighted that my book, ADHD: Non-medication Treatments & Skills for Children and Teens won the GOLD award in psychology in the 29th annual Benjamin Franklin awards. Over 150 librarians, booksellers, and design and editorial experts – most of whom have decades of book industry experience – judge the books submitted(read more)

Depressed? 7 Non-Drug Options That Work

Posted on September 15, 2014

If you are like most people there have been times in your life when you felt down, sad, and depressed.  Typically this feeling is short lived and passes pretty quickly.  But when it doesn’t go away and hangs around for too long, then you may be dealing with an episode of major depression. Major depression(read more)

5 Myths About Depression

Posted on September 16, 2013

During the past 20 years many clients have come to me for help with depression.  So many of them not only feel deeply depressed but also feel like their depression is their fault or is because they are a ‘loser’.  To make matters worse, many of their family members tell them to ‘just snap out(read more)

Highly Praised Mindfulness Skills Workbook Released Today!

Posted on August 29, 2013

I am so excited to announce the release of my latest book, Mindfulness Skills Workbook for Clinicians and Clients. 111 Tools, Techniques, Activities and Worksheets. This book is being described as the most comprehensive mindfulness skills workbook available! Help me make this book a bestseller by ordering it TODAY at Mindfulness Skills Workbook! You may(read more)

ADHD Mom: I Am Embarrassed to Admit That I Yelled at My Daughter.

Posted on August 19, 2013

I am embarrassed to admit that I used to yell at my daughter. Yup, I did it. Now I’ve said it and everyone knows. So why am I telling you this now? Because it taught me such a powerful lesson and I think what I learned might help other parents. My daughter was diagnosed with(read more)

Bipolar Treatments & Advice: Understanding Bipolar Disorder

Posted on May 10, 2013

By now, a lot of us have met someone who suffers from Bipolar Disorder. However, most people are not familiar with how to create a successful relationship with a person who has Bipolar Disorder, and that can cause extreme frustration for both parties. While there is adequate support for those who suffer with this disorder,(read more)

It Works! Why You Should Try Neurofeedback

Posted on July 21, 2010

In 1999 I added Neurofeedback Training to my psychotherapy practice and have been using it ever since to help clients improve how their brain regulates itself so they feel better, think better, and perform at their peak.  I have helped my clients improve: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, sleep, ability to concentrate and sit still, grades,(read more)