June 13, 2019

A Fresh Approach to Retirement

By Catherine Nicholas, L.C.S.W.  , Richard W. Shoup, D. Min. Perhaps you can’t wait to retire.  You plan meticulously and count down the days.  Or perhaps […]
April 22, 2019

When Grief Stalls

By Jane Benjamin, Ph.D. Grief is a normal response to profound loss.  When the connection to a loved one is severed, whether through abandonment or death, […]
April 11, 2019
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Mistakes During the Teen Years: An Essential Tool for Growth

By Jane Benjamin, Ph.D., Clinical Director, The Counseling Center Parents often tell their teenage children: “I don’t want you to make the same mistakes I did.”  […]
February 26, 2019
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New Year’s Resolutions and Why They Often Fail

By Jane Benjamin, Ph.D. Ask any fitness club manager or “regular” at a gym, and you’ll learn that mid-February is generally the time when the folks […]
February 1, 2019
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Tips for Handling the “Empty Nest”

By James Ellis, Ph.D. For those of us who are parents, the “empty nest” is the period of life when our children come of age and […]