Getting Back to Your Center When You Feel Off-Balance

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Balance in one’s life is essential to functioning at our best and accomplishing the things we set out to do. Martial Arts participants, sports enthusiasts and those who meditate all know the great importance of balance to experience power and flexibility. Balance may be the most important thing we can achieve in life, giving us […]

Tips for Attaining Balance for Very Busy People

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Balance in one’s life is essential to functioning at peak performance and accomplishing goals. Anyone who has studied business strategies, martial arts, skiing, golf, or serious sorts of any kind, knows the essential importance of balance to experiencing power and flexibility. Balance may be the most important thing we can achieve in life, giving us […]

About Dr. Lois Nightingale

Posted on Posted in Alcohol/Addiction, Anger, Anxiety Disorders, CBT, Depression, Divorce, EMDR, Parenting, Postpartum Issues, Relationships, Therapy, Tolerance/Compassion, Work Stress/Anxiety

             Dr. Lois Nightingale is one of the very few psychotherapists licensed both as a Clinical Psychologist and as a Marriage, Family and Child Counselor. This means she holds both a masters degree and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, has completed the thousands of hours internship requirements for each therapeutic specialty […]

What do you tell your children when faced with life style changes?

Posted on Posted in Divorce, Parenting, Work Stress/Anxiety

  What to say to your child when you are facing life-style changes:   Listen attentively. Their real concerns may not be what you think.  Children are most concerned with aspects of change that affect them directly, like changing schools or after-school activities or friends. They may care very little who’s fault the change was […]

Modeling How to Cope with Stress for Your Children

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What are you teaching your  children in difficult times? Children remember what parents modeled during times of stress. These unspoken lessons often become the unconscious habits they resort to as adults when encountering unexpected emotional blows. You might even notice in yourself that in times of great stress you revert to those annoying coping skills […]