Why You Should Consider Group Therapy... Especially if you think you aren’t a group person.

I often joke that I run groups full of people who don’t like groups. Not only do most of the participants in the groups that I lead identify as “not a group person,” but since my groups focus on overeating, I’m also asking people to talk about what is generally an extraordinarily sensitive and shame-ridden subject. I mean, who really wants to sit with a bunch of strangers and talk about some of their most closely held secrets? Newsflash: No one does. And thus, I wind up leading groups with a room full of people who aren’t too keen on the idea of group therapy at all. But all's well that ends well, because ultimately many people discover group therapy to be more helpful than they initially im

Nature & Spirituality & Mental Health – Are they joined at the hip? Part 1

“Uncertain as I was as I pushed forward, I felt right in my pushing, as if the effort itself meant something. That perhaps being amidst the undesecrated beauty of the wilderness meant I too could be undesecrated, regardless of the regrettable things I'd done to others or myself or the regrettable things that had been done to me. Of all the things I'd been skeptical about, I didn't feel skeptical about this: the wilderness had a clarity that included me.” Wild by Cheryl Strayed Patty could not believe how her life had turned out. She just turned 48 and was utterly alone. Both children in college out-of-state, her husband newly in-love with his young girlfriend. It’s been almost a year since h


Baltimore, Maryland, March 11, 2019 – Due to the higher than expected responses, the sign-ups have exceeded the capacity of the original venue. The Talk and Book Signing for Taming the Anxious Mind now will be held at Kelly Lecture Hall (Building #12a on the Goucher reference map)in Hoffberger Science Building at Goucher College on 3/31, 4 PM . Successful psychologist and author Heidi Schreiber-Pan, Ph.D., has spent the last 20 years observing the human mind under stress. An intriguing collection of clinical experiences now appear in her book Taming the Anxious Mind which deconstructs the complex treatment of anxiety and stress disorders into a user-friendly and action-oriented guidebook.

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