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Where I’ve Been for the Last Two Years

Where I’ve Been for the Last Two Years

I help people using DBT and other therapies via a HIPAA compliant video/audio app from the convenience of your home. This saves time and money. I also supervise therapists in training. I trained for my Clinical Supervision certification in March 2015. I am licensed in both Montana and Wyoming. Feel free to call to chat and set up an appointment. You haven’t heard from me in awhile. Back in October of 2014, I was diagnosed with a recurring brain tumor that…

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3 Ways to Using Imagery to Calm Your Emotions

3 Ways to Using Imagery to Calm Your Emotions

Have you ever felt like going to bed because your emotions were “off the charts?” I have, and I found myself lying there thinking about what I was so angry about. Turns out, that’s not very helpful. Then I learned a DBT Skill that helped me not only calm down but also helped to turn those negative emotions towards more positive ones as well. I headed off to the beach. Well…sort of. You see, I live in Montana. Not much…

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Changing Your Brain Using Compassion-Based Mindfulness

Changing Your Brain Using Compassion-Based Mindfulness

Hi everybody!  I just wanted to pass this link along so you can read my latest article on Psychology Today and learn more about the blog, “Stop Walking on Eggshells,” by author Randi Kreger.  This website has wonderful information for those who have family members or loved-ones who suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder as well as forums to join and support.  Click below to check it out! If the link doesn’t work, please copy and paste in your browser address…

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Out of Control ~ Part 4

Out of Control ~ Part 4

Anger ~ When Doing the Opposite Can Help   In Out of Control Part 1, we talked about the brain, and how that non-thinking, emotional part of our brain, right smack in the middle of our heads, can hijack us, and cause us to react in ways that tend to hurt others or ourselves.   In Out of Control Part 2, we discussed thinking errors, and how our feelings in childhood can affect the way we think.  We also learned…

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