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14 Dec

You could say our entire HJ team is one giant, Bodhipaksa Fan Club.  His meditations are a beautiful thing – gentle, powerful, direct and pitch perfect in the integrity/authenticity department. . .

06 Dec

What bits of wisdom or generalized instructions can you offer to parents and families who want to begin using guided imagery with their children?

04 Dec

Dr. Fred Craigie highlights gratitude as a practice benefiting immune function, mental health, quality of life, happiness, interpersonal relationships, and improved health behaviors….

30 Nov

I just learned that my dad, who has dementia, has been getting more and more agitated and sleepless at night. Got anything that might calm him?

27 Nov

Events begin this week in Cleveland, with a discussion of the power of guided imagery at The Gathering Place, in Westlake Nov. 29, and in Beachwood Nov. 30, and continue through June, with a wellness cruise to Alaska. . .

20 Nov

If you’ve never tried it, I recommend kicking off Thanksgiving week by keeping a gratitude journal – noting times during the day when you feel grateful for something, however fleetingly. . .

15 Nov

A single mother of a 9-month-old is having a hard time containing her anger and frustration, while missing his father…

13 Nov

We don’t want people to stop copying info from Health Journeys.  By all means, have at it. Just do it legally….

08 Nov

Dear Belleruth,
I’ll be leaving soon for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, where I will be providing psychological treatment to our military personnel and their families. . .

06 Nov

Hello again.  

Jonathan and I couldn’t be more delighted to introduce you to our new business development and sales guy, Steve Downey. . .

02 Nov

A psychologist asks for help in choosing a program from among our selection of audios that target performance anxiety, to augment his work with a musician who suffers from near-paralyzing fear. . .

01 Nov

Okay, so ‘tis the season to be disheartened – at least for maybe about 20% of the population, most of whom live in Northern climes and are affected by the loss of available sunlight.   About 6% of them are hit with an intense version of SAD, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. . .