Embrace Space

By April Hadley, LLMSW

Looking in a mirror
“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Viktor Frankl

Viktor Frankl’s wise words capture so much of the heart of mindfulness – SPACE. When we cultivate space in our lives, we step out ...

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The Beginning of My Journey

by Carol Hendershot

We live in a fast paced world and often everything seems to be spinning out of control. I know well the feeling that I could scream if someone gave me one more thing to do or keep track of.

A few years ago, when I was going through a divorce, a change in employment and a son in the throws of addiction, I just wanted to give up. I had tried everything I could think of; working harder and ...

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Multitasking Is Good for You!

multitasking image

By April Kaiserlian, LMSW

Are you thinking what I am thinking?

“I thought multitasking was bad for you!”
“Isn’t multitasking the exact opposite of mindfulness?!”

You’re probably reacting this way for good reason. Studies have shown when we try to focus on more than one thing at a time, it can cause a 40% drop in productivity. It can also lower your ...

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Therapy As “Assisted” Mindfulness

By April Hadley, MSW

Horse blindersA few years ago, I took a ride with my family in a horse-drawn carriage through Central Park. If you have ever had this experience, you may have noticed the “blinders” the horses wear to cover a portion of their eyes. Blinders are small, square pieces of leather designed to block out some of the horse’s peripheral ...

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Practicing Mindfulness

by Carol Hendershot

boadwalkThere are three essential elements to the practice of mindfulness – intention, attention and attitude.

INTENTION is WHY we practice. It’s what brought us to this practice and what keeps us practicing, it’s what is really important to us? Are we practicing to heal a ...

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