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Mindful Walking, by Kimberly Gibson, LPCC, ATR

This month at Recovery Help Now we are exploring the how and whys of meditation. This post is about Walking Meditation. Walking Meditation may be for you if you know you need some activity and movement in your life, but would also like the benefits of meditating. Getting started is easy. Before walking, stand still […]

Mindfulness in Relationships by Sara Loughlin, LCSW

For this month’s blog post, I wanted to write about using mindfulness in relationships. I am a big fan of mindfulness and think that it can be a very useful tool in dealing with people who are important to us. When we are in a relationship, we often have expectations that the other person behave […]

Mindfulness At Work, by Mack Garland, LCSW

For many people meditation and mindfulness are almost interchangeable concepts to help us deal with stress. Part of that is true, they both help us deal with stress, but meditation is the art of emptying the mind; mindfulness is the act of becoming aware. We spend so much of our day pulled in so many […]

Mindfulness, Breath, and Art by Sarah Frank, LMFT, ATR

Mindfulness has been a hot topic in psychology of late, from aiding in stress reduction to preventing relapse of undesirable symptoms, thoughts, or behaviors. Mindfulness is essentially a practice of consciously being aware of your body and mind in the present moment. Numerous scientific studies have shown that this practice can reduce stress, cravings, harmful […]

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