Mind Body Health Associates: Newsletters

Finding Purpose in the Slowness of Winter

Once the days begin to shorten and darkness pervades our evenings and mornings, it’s common to hear people express their desire to stay home more often. Absence of natural sunlight, combined with the lowered energy that accompanies our lack of drive to be out and...

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July 2018 Newsletter

The Mind-Body Connection: Explained EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a form of mental health treatment that has primarily been used to address the effects of trauma.  At Mind Body Health Associates, all of our clinicians are trained in EMDR...

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May 2018 Newsletter

The Pace of Life Everyone is busy. No one has time. This seems to be the norm, but this does not make it healthy. This month, we focus on the pace of life and how to take your foot off the accelerator. Keeping Pace with Dis-Ease Culture is moving at 90 MPH, flying...

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April Newsletter

If you’ve been in the office recently, you may have noticed the exceptionally large peace lily Landon contributed to our space. As he made a new home for it, he declared, “I want to green this place up. New life!” Now our outdoor surroundings have decided to…

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March Newsletter

Pre-Register for Mindful Parenting – A yoga practice usually ends in a final resting pose, most commonly savasana, or corpse pose – Time off, time away, and time asleep are not hours wasted. In fact, science says that we function at our optimum when we include regular…

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December Newsletter

Since the inception of MBHA, we’ve said mental health is directly connected to our physicality. One does not drive the other, but rather it’s a mutual relationship between our brains and our bodies. One speaks, the other responds. Often in our practice we hold appointments…

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November Newsletter

Christmas cards and commercials are created to make us feel as if every waking hour from Thanksgiving to January 1 should be filled with magical moments with family and friends. We’re socialized to appear “happy” during these celebratory times of year. We know this…

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October Newsletter

Emotional pain is gasoline to the fire of addiction. Before a chemical or physiological addiction transpires, a person craves the escape from his or her feelings. In the work of recovery, we must address not only the behaviors, but the web of experience behind the behavior.

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