In Insight Posted

Weekend morning musings

It’s Saturday morning and I finally have what might be a few minutes to catch up on the blogosphere. This is a ritual that I look forward to every week. It is my equivalent of reading the Sunday paper – light. Of course, the world is conspiring to make this difficult. Our coffee maker is slowly dying and requires three […]

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In Change Posted

When perfect isn’t good enough.

In the past year, I have made some pretty significant shifts in how I approach helping people change dietary habits. I used to sit down, talk facts and science, identify goals and barriers and encourage my clients and athletes to take on healthy eating by starting a four to five week squeaky clean challenge. Whenever […]

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In Change, Roadblocks + Fears Posted

The Primal Psychologist

“I am not advocating that we give up on tried and true methods of therapy […] But I now view that approach as addressing a symptom rather than treating the issue [.]” I graduated in 2004 from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas (UTSW) with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. My graduate and undergraduate […]

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In Roadblocks + Fears Posted

Deep Breathing Primer: learn to relax in 10 minutes

[vimeo] Deep breathing is the easiest, most widely available tool to manage short term stress. Proper deep breathing is like aspirin aspirin it is cheap, effective, and can improve a number of conditions; anxiety, anger management, tension, pain are but a few. Join me as I walk you through the 4 basic steps of proper and effective deep […]

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