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School Psychologists spend a lot of time in graduate school learning about IQ and IQ tests and then as professionals, we spend almost half of our working time administering and interpreting them. But what exactly is IQ and what does … Continue reading

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The winter blues are easy to catch and when that happens, we can feel unmotivated. When it is cold, snowy, and there is less daylight, there is a lot of temptation to stay in bed and not do things. It … Continue reading

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If you have ever been in the counseling seat you may have heard the old saying that “the therapy starts when you walk out the door”. Now, we know that the counseling chair is an amazing place to process, strategize, … Continue reading

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Covid, quarantining, social distancing, and mask wearing have been challenges for both kids and adults. The current state caused by the pandemic can stir up emotional responses in everyone.  Karah Molesevich and Suzanne Presley, School Psychologists, provide some tips for … Continue reading

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Personality is simply what makes you……you and what makes you unique from everyone else on this planet. Personality is a pattern of behaviors and traits that arise from a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Mostly, personality has been considered to be a … Continue reading

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Bodywork practitioners commonly say, “People hold their issues in their tissues.”  This means that our pain, suffering, anger, and joy are all felt in our body. It also identifies the important link between mental health and physical health. There are other … Continue reading

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Anxiety is a very uncomfortable feeling; it was designed to be that way! Anxiety is an adaptive emotion that we feel in our body to let us know that we need to pay attention to a possible danger or problem.  … Continue reading

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In the field of psychology, a common technique that therapists use with clients is visualization.  If you can picture it in your mind, it is more likely to happen! Many Eastern traditions also support the power of manifesting your goals … Continue reading

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As the year comes to a close and we prepare to kiss 2020 goodbye, let’s keep grounded yet hopeful for a New Year.  Although romanticized and traditionally seen as a new start, 1200am on January 1st does not provide us … Continue reading

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If you are experiencing grief, a loss, depression, or a life change, the holidays can be difficult. Here is a list of tips to deal with different challenges over the holidays. Honor your loved one who passed: ·        Make their favorite … Continue reading

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