Though I’m not a certified yoga instructor, I’ve had some formal training with using yoga in therapy as well as many years of personal practice and experience. More and more, I’m finding it useful to integrate yoga into therapy sessions with clients. If you’ve never done yoga, you might have some ideas about what it […]
I love the book by the same title above. It is by Susan Jeffers, Ph.D. and was published in 1987. Somehow my copy is all yellowed. I know it is not a new book, but was 1987 that long ago? Ok, don’t answer that!! When I was early in my career, I recommended the […]
Remember a million years ago when I started the “moving day” series, which was supposed to be a series on stress? Well…. thanks to my wonderful intern, Shir Kaplan, it will finally be finished. Shir joins me until the end of the school year and she is a wonderful addition to the Sarah Blake […]
I need to take a brief segue from my stress theme, as I want you all to take a look at this article that Jessica Weiner wrote in the September issue of Glamour Magazine about her “Health Awakening.” Entitled “Loving my Body Almost Killed Me”. I adore Jess Weiner. She is a great speaker, fun […]
A day late, I know! Sorry for the delay! Ok, I know, I left you hanging there the other day…. They did have to call in the cavalry. There is someone called an “installer” that can come and fix what the movers cannot do. I was put on the phone with the woman who “sold” […]
Recently, I had the joyful experience of moving my office. I am sure everyone has had this experience at some point. Running around trying to find boxes and packing tape. Packing boxes in-between trying to run your life which is now a bit of a mess as half your posessions are packed. Generally, moving is a bit […]
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