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Discomfort of quiet

Discomfort of quiet

If this slowed down, adjusted pace is bringing to mind certain existential questions, know that you're not alone. We've been hearing it from clients, family and friends. "What does this all mean...

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Beyond the Couch

Beyond the Couch

  When Landon Dunn meets a client for the first time and welcomes them into his office, he invites them to have a seat on the couch in his office. He then typically cracks a joke about the couch...

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The Unexpected Virtue of Anxiety

The Unexpected Virtue of Anxiety

In a time where the whole world feels that nagging sense of worry and concern, we can take wisdom from those who have experience in this area: those with ongoing anxiety. Holly Schweitzer Dunn,...

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In Praise of Public Health

In Praise of Public Health

As Landon and I walked early this morning the garbage collectors were already out and a police car drove by a few streets down.  I had a wave of gratitude wash over me.  How fortunate we are to live...

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Mindful Educators

Mindful Educators

Mindful Educators:   Monday, June 15, 2020, 9 AM - 4:30 PM At Toledo’s Wildwood Metropark Ward Pavillion  Mindful Educators is a day-long retreat experience designed to help teachers return to...

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Screen addiction and kids

Screen addiction and kids

Mind Body Health Associates practices mental health and treatment with a strong awareness of the role of trauma, specifically how the developing body and brain absorb experiences that develop into...

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Curiosity and learning

Curiosity and learning

When it comes to brain development, researchers and teachers are both finding that one of the best ways for learning to happen is through the process of inquiry.  First, the brain enjoys curiosity,...

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Asking good questions

Asking good questions

  The Nobel prize-winning Jewish physicist Isidore Rabi once explained that his mother taught him how to be a scientist. ‘Every other child would come back from school and be asked, “What did you...

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Getting Curious

Getting Curious

  As the new year commences, many people use the fresh start to create new habits or work toward new goals. At Mind Body Health Associates, we want to support you in those endeavors. One element we...

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New Eating Habits for Kids

New Eating Habits for Kids

  As the year progresses, the resolution to continue to move toward nutrition in family meals can start to wane. Rather than only inspiration, consider new habits to help carry your intentions....

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Holiday Joy

Holiday Joy

Between Hallmark movies and the constant stream of All I Need for Christmas is You, it's easy to believe that everyone around us is having a jolly time in the month of December. But this is a...

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Mindful Gifting

Mindful Gifting

As the season of giving draws closer, we encourage folks not to let the pull of constant consumerism to take over, but to rather intentionally give to loved ones from a place of gratitude. Therapist...

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