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What Do You Really Want?

By Cynthia May, MA, LLP, EAC Clinical Specialist – Has anyone ever asked you “what do you want?” And did you have an answer? (Okay, besides winning millions in the lottery.) Knowing the true answer to that question can change the direction of your whole life. You’ll have the direction to manifest the experience you Read More

Archetypes and What We Can Learn From Them

By: Steve Gainey, MA, LLP, ADS, CAADC, EAC Clinical Specialist – An archetype is a representative example of something and may be used as a default mental image. In personality, they are universal models of people, behavior, or personality that plays a role in influencing our human behavior. Carl Jung was well known for working Read More

Be Courageous

By: Beth Hambleton, Practice Manager – Recently, I attended my first all day virtual leadership conference.  The primary focus of the conference was all about COURAGE. At first, I thought, this is going to be a very long day. And what more could I possibly learn about courage that I didn’t already know? And, frankly, Read More

Listening is An Art

By: Steve Gainey, MA, LLP, ADS, CAADC, EAC Clinical Specialist – I’d like you to imagine this scenario with me. You get invited to a friend’s cookout at 4pm the next day.  In preparation for the cookout, you start to think and plan on what you will bring. You decide to bring your own lemonade Read More

Managing Anxiety While in Quarantine

This is a guest post provided by EAC’s partner, Workplace Options.  Permission to re-post has been given. The isolation you experience from quarantine and mandatory stay-at-home orders can be a major source of anxiety. A global pandemic is a stressful event for everyone and may leave you feeling unbalanced. Even if you do not normally feel anxious, you may be Read More

Create Your Own Happiness

It’s amazing how things have changed in last two weeks.  On the date of my last blog post, COVID-19 was a concern that has turned into an historic event.  Now, more than ever, understanding of how our brain works will make a big difference in our daily lives. The frontal lobe of the brain is Read More

The Power of Words

Magicians use the magic word ‘abracadabra’ as they perform their tricks.  I learned recently, thanks to a TedX talk by Andrew Bennett, the origin of the word is Aramaic, and it means what I speak is what I create. Words have power to create or destroy.  This is an invitation to pay attention to the Read More

Center Yourself – a tip to help

As we wrap up the month of October and enter the holiday season, we can often get caught up in the busyness of life.  It can be hard to slow down.  My last two posts talk about how to stop worrying and stay in the moment.  Here are some of my favorite quotes to think Read More