Blog Category - Women and Wellness

The Benefits of Exercise in Reducing Depression

June 14, 2016 in Women and Wellness

by Dr. Jennifer Richardson - - In a research study by Lynette Craft and Frank Pertna (2004) that was published in the Primary Care Companion Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, the benefits of exercise for individuals who were clinically depressed was reviewed across 37 independent studies


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Women and Wellness: Developing Self-Compassion

April 26, 2014 in Women and Wellness

by Jill Langer, Ph.D. What comes to mind when you think of this word: Compassion? How about this one: Self-compassion?


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Eat Like You Mean It! The Secret to Using Food to Enhance Your Health

February 27, 2016 in Women and Wellness

Eat Like You Mean It! The Secret to Using Food to Enhance Your Health by Dr. Jill Langer I’d like to share with you a powerful skill that will impact your health and well-being virtually the moment you begin using it. It will cost you nothing but your time, attention, and patience. I know, that last one can be a real challenge! But as with all things, practice is the key to developing positive changes. The skill is mindful eating. It entails bringing our attention and awareness to the process of eating.


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