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Growth and Progress for Resolute Counseling

We are seeing plenty of growth and progress as we prepare for the opening of the Resolute Counseling office.  Our opening day is January 4th, 2016 and excitement is building for both my wife and I.  We cannot express the gratitude we have for the support and prayers we have received from friends, family, and the clientele I serve.  Major credit goes out to the clients who have been, at times, even more excited than me to see this new business open!  Many of them have said they can't wait to be … [Read more...] about Growth and Progress for Resolute Counseling

Creating Habits that lead to Mental Toughness

There are many people in the mental health community that I admire for their wisdom and ideas.  Dr. Travis Bradbury is one of them.  He is co-author of the book Emotional Intelligence 2.0.  He has written a wonderful article that discusses the important habits of mentally tough people.  Click here to read the article. As a counselor, I try to teach all the people I work with about the majority of what Dr. Bradbury discusses in this article.  Holistic health and wellness is dependent on a … [Read more...] about Creating Habits that lead to Mental Toughness

Tips for Reducing Stress During the Holiday Season

For some the Christmas season is often seen as The Most Wonderful Time of the Year. While the lyrics of this song can ring true for many people, the reality for several others is that the change in seasons often brings about more negative than positive feelings. Thesenegative feelings often result in a high amount of grief, sadness, fear, and also anxiety. There are several factors that cause depressive symptoms to intensify during the holiday season. Here are a few: Less Active: There … [Read more...] about Tips for Reducing Stress During the Holiday Season

Having a Battle Plan for Life

Having a plan in place for life’s challenges is one of the keys to avoid emotional problems in life. Most of the counseling work I do with people is related to a reaction to problems encountered. Since we can’t change the past, I often point people in the direction of understanding what has happened to them and learning to prepare for future events when they happen. Proper stress management is more about preparing for future stress, not finding ways to avoid it. It would be hard to imagine … [Read more...] about Having a Battle Plan for Life

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