Treating Mind and Spirit as One


“When you don’t know what you really want…”

by Edmund Griffin, MD, PHD My 3-year-old son insisted that he was not sleepy. It was 30 minutes past bedtime, and he was now doing an elaborate dance routine, apparently as proof of alertness. Entertained but unconvinced, I made an executive decision to keep to routine. “Hey guy, it looks like you’ve still got a lot of read more

When is “Sorry” Not Enough?

by Paul Kelly, MA, LMHC, CSAT Have you ever dealt with someone who either can’t or won’t say they’re sorry?   It can be infuriating. Even worse, it can be utterly corrosive to a relationship. And what about the ones who do say “I’m sorry” but continue the same behavior? Perhaps this is even more infuriating. read more

Nurturing Your Unique Creativity

by Ann Durant, LCSW “The creative is the place where no one else has ever been. You have to leave the city of your comfort and go into the wilderness of your intuition. What you’ll discover will be wonderful. What you’ll discover is yourself.” – Alan Alda The Importance of Creative Expression In Daily Life read more

Spring into Life: Resources for Well-Being

by Peggy Ann Barnett, PhD, LMHC   “Spring” by Archie Greenidge Spring is life Spring is hope So is love and happiness. Spring renews. Without spring, life is forlorn. Spring is nostalgia after bitter storm. Put spring in your heart Spring for many of us is about coming out of the doldrums of winter and read more

What Good Will Talking Do?

by Mary Ragan, PhD, LCSW and Executive Director of PSI “What Good Will Talking Do?”Quite a lot, as it turns out.Sometimes people come into therapy saying some version of: “What good will talking do? I know what my problem is and I know what I need to do. Nothing you can say will change the facts; read more