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“So be good, for goodness sake!”

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

Thirty years. Thirty years.

With his first long Christmas Eve broadcast in 1988, as an eager 15-year-old, DJ Jon Solomon has now been captaining the beloved marathon-length Holiday Radio Show

Key: We have the power to “kill” the barriers to our enjoyable life.

Living it: Limiting energy drains, practicing realistic thoughts and releasing the emotions that chain us to memories.

Clinical Concept: Synergistic self-application of energy prioritization, Automatic

“By all these lovely tokens September days are here, With summer's best of weather and Autumn's best of cheer.”
- Helen Hunt Jackson,
Colonial American Poet and Native American Activist

Last month’s transition from Summer to Fall was also marked by

“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
- Howard Thurman, educator, theologian and author

Key: The draining emotional experiences of life

Key: Relaxing vacations take purposeful preparation.
Living it: Make lists, buffers, boundaries and memories.

Clinical Concept: Blending Acceptance and Commitment Therapy ideology in a Solution-Focused Therapy framework to reduce vacation stress and anxiety.

“Taking Earned Time Off Is Source of Anxiety

"A truly great counselor is hard to find, difficult to part with and impossible to forget."
- Anonymous

Hello friends and happy Counselor Awareness Month! In honor of raising awareness I thought I would share a PowerPoint presentation that I'm

“Mental health problems are more common than heart disease, lung disease and cancer combined.”
- National Institute of Mental Health

Key: Mental health is on a continuum like physical health, and should be accepted that way instead of an abnormal