The holidays can be a stress filled anxious time for many of us. Here are some tips for staying grateful during the holidays. How do I do this for the next few months? Go Outside–fresh air can clear your head and help you gain a different perspective. Take time to go for a walk and focus
Building Inclusive communities where people of all abilities belong and contribute. Redefining the Perception of Challenge Meet Sheryl and Diane… Sheryl is loving and generous in heart. She has a loving husband, family and friends. Sheryl has Young Onset Alzheimer’s and after her diagnosis has, amazingly, become an artist. Her sister, Diane, shares their story.
This November support democracy: Vote! Author: Skippy Mesirow, community activist and City of Aspen planning and zoning commission chair urges you to vote and vote for more participation by supporting 2A. Never in our lifetimes have politics felt so dirty, hateful, or crude. And that’s exactly why we need to lean in. In America, and in
SHARPEN YOUR TOOLS Allow me to introduce you to a skill that’s a game-changer for your mind and relationships. This heavy hitter in your emotional resilience toolbox is the ability to treat yourself with self-compassion when faced with your various inadequacies, shortcomings, and personal failings. Research shows that this skill can boost almost everything you do-
Music Therapy & PTSD by: Mack Bailey – Music of the Rockies Reducing the stigma of mental health is possibly the most important goal for our industry. As a Board-Certified Music Therapist in the Roaring Fork Valley and I have the honor of running music therapy retreats for veterans diagnosed with PTSD. These 3-day retreats are
by: Dr. Tina Payne Bryson This is a recording from my interview on The Other F Word Podcast. Here’s a description: Dr. Tina Payne Bryson is a Psychotherapist, Founder/Executive director of The Center for Connection in Pasadena, and the co-author (with Dr. Dan Siegel) of The Yes Brain as well as two New York Times best-selling