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#StopSuicide & DBT Distress Tolerance Skills Overview

#STOPSUICIDE

I’m blogging about Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).

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My last post was a general overview about what DBT is and the people DBT can help.

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What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) ?

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Overview

KeepCalmDBTSkills

DBT Background

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Holistic and Integrative Healing & Psychotherapy

Your healing takes place on many levels (Istock/kochergin)

Your healing takes place on many levels (Istock/kochergin)

You all know that I’m interested in all things healing. I’ve spent a lifetime studying healing modalities, as I’ve bet a lot of you have!  We all have a lot of research and tools available to us for healing on different levels.

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Gratitude feeds the white wolf…

Feed your white wolf in less than two minutes a day

Feed your white wolf in less than two minutes a day

It takes less than two minutes a day to feed the white wolf …

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Mindfully get into your flow creating textile friendship dolls!

Janet, Princess of Healing

Janet, Princess of Healing

Randy, Roses of Friendship

Randy, Roses of Friendship

I’ve been blessed with wonderful, caring friends who’ve helped me a lot over this past winter!  I wanted to do something special for them, something that would hold the intention of love, friendship and thankfulness within!  I decided to get busy with some needlework! I’ve been making textile dolls for 20 years and decided it was time to take a rest from art quilting and get back to that beloved textile craft!

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Happy New Year 2016 – 50 Things You Don’t Know About Me

THANK YOU Blue Heart

  • I love to bird watch. I used to walk to a patch of woods in a park near my house and sit with binoculars to see if I could see bittern. I never did see one. Even until this day.

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Mindful Mandalas

sunflowerExpressive Art – A Mindbody Practice

Using mandalas as a healing expressive art form is a merging of Eastern and Western practices and thought. “Mandala” is Sanskrit for “circle” and is a spiritual symbol used ritualistically to represent universal wholeness. It is used a focal point in meditative practice. In Western practice, the mandala has been adopted as a tool for healing and self-discovery. The endless interlocking patterns can be envisioned as a pattern of different connected levels of the spirit, self and consciousness.

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For Mamas, the Gift of Self-Care – Free Lovingkindness Meditation

Deep relaxation is holistic care during pregnancy (istock/kzenon)

Deep relaxation is holistic care during pregnancy (istock/kzenon)

The Lovingkindness Meditation is about developing the mental habit of self-love and expansive love.

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Breathing can change everything

Perinatal Therapist Spotlight: Robin Muskal, Ph.D.

Dr. Robin Muskal

Dr. Robin Muskal

Please welcome my colleague from Morristown, New Jersey, Robin Muskal, Ph.D., with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology and has trained as a  psychotherapist, body worker and energy practitioner for 20 years  to BirthTouch®  as a guest expert today!  Robin works with the perinatal and postpartum population as an adjunct wellness practitioner. She is an advocate for whole person care and helps patients build a strong network of community supports. Utilizing a meaningful set of interventions and techniques, such as meditation, yoga, mindfulness and cognitive behavioral strategies Robin, will assist with transitions, balance of mood and empowerment towards self-integrity and healing. Robin is a Board Certified wellness coach, and a teacher of Iyengar yoga. She has a private practice in Morristown and Florham Park, NJ. 

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Featured in Gossipist Mag Podcast! Birth hypnosis works!

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Istock/primeop76

Gossipist Magazine did an interview of independent thinker, Rae, about her decision to pursue  a home birth for her second childbirth experience. Her first was in a hospital. For both births, she used birth hypnosis techniques. I was her birth hypnosis therapist for those births.  Read on….

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