Energy psychology and the definition of mind: Why should you care?

  “What is the mind?” This is a fundamental question that all practitioners of energy psychology need to answer. For that matter, anyone engaged in the business of helping people with emotional problems should answer this question. How you answer the question has a major impact on how you behave as a therapist or coach. […]

College and Depression Series (Part 2) by Emily A. Snider

Parents don’t spend tens of thousands of dollars sending their kids to college for them to work on emotional healing or to learn tools for managing personal health and wellness. But if a student is struggling with emotional issues in the depression-anxiety spectrum, these can seriously inhibit the student’s ability to fully engage in and […]

College and Depression Series (Part 1)

Here are some stark stats from the American College Health Association’s 2011 National College Health Assessment[1] of more than 27,000 students from 44 different colleges. These percentages represent the number of students who felt these issues at least once during the 12 months prior to the study being done: –          86.1% of students felt they […]