Based on Polyvagal Theory, the Safe and Sound program, is a five-hour audio intervention with calming effects for improved connection.
Self-Compassion sounds like a roundabout way to forgiveness, but resentment, revenge and silence often result in more suffering.
Depression is a serious mental illness that impacts one’s self-image, perspective, hope, sense of capability and general outlook on life.
As human beings, we have an innate drive to seek out something beyond our basic biological needs. We also want and need purpose.
Racial trauma allows us to look at racism from the valuable perspective of the impact on an individual's physical and mental well-being.
Racial gaslighting is just the tip of a number of microaggressions afflicted on Black Americans, people of color and other marginalized groups.
Self-compassion is an import from Buddhist psychology that works well with mindfulness to calm our inner critic.
Our bodies were designed to move. Adding movement to any wellness program can enhance your progress and help you feel better.
The process of becoming takes time and is an essential part of healing.