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Posts Tagged ‘Connection’

Deeply Rooted In Happiness

By Elsebeth Green, LCSW, RPT-S The brilliant positive psychologist, Martin Seligman starts out his book Authentic Happiness with the fascinating story of a study of 141 seniors graduating from some high school and the types of smiles they displayed in their senior pictures. Apparently, there are two types of smiles and they actually have names.…

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Deeply Rooted in the Benefits of Animal-Assisted Therapy

By: Odessa M. Stevens, ACMHC, CAAP, CCLS II Since my childhood, pets have been such an integral part of my life. My earliest memory is of my little mouse, Mickey, clinging to dear life on the handle bars of my tricycle as we rode around the neighborhood. I cannot count the number of times that…

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Deeply Rooted in Shame Resilience

By: Kenny Frazier, MSW, LCSW Each one of us at some point in our lives, perhaps on multiple occasions, will need help or could benefit greatly from additional assistance, guidance, and support to move forward in our lives. We may need help to move in the direction of our goals, our dreams, and our aspirations.…

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Child-Parent Relationship Training Course

  Child-Parent Relationship Training (CPRT) CPRT fall 2014 flyer Click on the link underlined above to learn more about this great class that teaches parents how to improve relationships with their children and each other. This amazing 6 week course starts on October 6th so call us today at 801-785-1169 to reserve a seat. This…

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Deeply Rooted in Seeking Secure Attachment

By Elsebeth Green I grew up in a home in Denmark with parents who were good people, but who modeled a view of the world and relationships that left much to be desired. My mother was 15 when she got pregnant with my sister, and desperately wanted to be cherished and loved by my father,…

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Deeply Rooted In Recovery

By Guerry Green, LCSW I learned to be deeply rooted in recovery when I personally became fully aware of the power and control of addictive disease. It took a couple of near death experiences after several relapses and dragging my family through those tragedies to finally accept my own powerlessness. Growing up in an alcoholic…

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