Returning (Or Starting) College Life During COVID

  • By Tom Daniele
  • 12 Sep, 2021
This time of year will always be special to me. Attending the University of Central Florida for over 8 years and 3-degree programs, I had many starts to the Fall semester. While most universities follow the same schedule of having a Fall, Spring, and...
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From Surviving to Thriving – The Practical Side

  • By Yolanda Brailey
  • 01 Sep, 2021
Coping skills, calming strategies, calming techniques, therapists have used many terms over the years to describe how we manage stress. “Coping skills” is the term I heard most in grad school; however, one of my favorite mentors often uses the phrase “calming strategies”… and...
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Nature as a Coping Skill for Kids

  • By Arielle Teets
  • 24 Aug, 2021
We all have seen the difference in more recent generations experiences growing up. Technology has soared like it never has before and grown exponentially between the last couple generations. We also have increased our confinement exceptionally in the last year, kids being in strollers...
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Emotional Regulation

  • By Jennifer Hedrick
  • 18 Aug, 2021
My blog this month is about one of my favorite topics, and it is one of those topics where my clients tend to slump in their seats when I mention it, roll their eyes, stop making eye contact and even sigh in resignation. What...
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Diagnosis: Important, But Not All-Important

  • By Tom Daniele
  • 12 Aug, 2021
“What do I have?” I have heard that quite a few times in counseling sessions from clients who are interested and/or worried about their mental health diagnosis. While in a medical doctor’s office this question is often asked with little preconceived knowledge of what...
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