Adverse Experiences in Childhood (My First Perfect Storm)

Adverse Experiences in Childhood (My First Perfect Storm)

When I was a child, something I wanted more than anything in the world was a dog. I loved animals and really felt a strong connection to nature.  I enjoyed going to pet stores and reading non-fiction animal books. Animals were a frequent subject matter for my drawings...
Creative Play and the Inner Child

Creative Play and the Inner Child

Creative play is one of the pillars of our upcoming neuroplasticity program. If you’ve followed the Rewiring for Creativity blog series, you know of the various ways creative pursuits can enhance a brain retraining practice and support mood and neuroplasticity....
5 Tips for Adapting to Hot Weather

5 Tips for Adapting to Hot Weather

The saying, “What you resist persists” is especially relevant when considering brain retraining techniques. Brain retraining often combines a form of exposure therapy to support the nervous system in adapting and shifting associations with previous...
Excavating your Essence

Excavating your Essence

I have a new monthly blog series over at the Rewiring your Wellness website called Excavating your Essence. It focuses on separating identity from illness, which can become muddied when you experience chronic health conditions. My goal is to offer tips to create more...

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