You should leave most therapy sessions feeling they ended on a positive note. But what if you don’t?
Does therapy (or your therapist) make you feel uncomfortable? Can your therapist help?
There is a point of deep, true goodness inside you that can be nurtured and grown. If we hang onto the good in ourselves and look for the good in others, we can begin to repair the hurt in our lives.
The self-help jungle is filled with dangers. Sure, the rare orchid may be found, but caution is necessary.
Often I hear of people who enter treatment with deep questions about the meaning of their own life and life in general, and then come to belief in God.
Miriam Manela, OTR/L tells how psychotherapy and occupational therapy can work together to help children and teens with depression and anxiety.
Anxiety and other emotional and behavioral issues in children can benefit from occupational therapy. OT Miriam Manela explains how.
To me, it’s important to be thankful and remember where I came from.
I believe that having someone to feel grateful to, is a necessary component of an effective gratitude practice.
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”