Weakness Comes From Persistently Seeking Ease

One of the hallmarks of an anxiety-filled life is that their priority is to relieve their sense of anxiety or avoid future moments with possible anxiety. They create a life where avoiding discomfort is most important, and activities and opportunities for growth and...

Top-Down Bottom-Up Approach to Trauma: Part 2

In last week's article, we discussed how traumatic moments often affect the brain/body in ways that become strongly patterned. Two critical conclusions were noted: First, the immediate response to trauma includes overwhelming fear, and how we respond is not...

Will My Insurance Cover Neurofeedback? Explained By Licensed Psychologist Dr. Randy Cale

Will my insurance cover Neurofeedback? Unfortunately, the answer is typically no. Your insurance will not cover Neurofeedback or biofeedback. The reason is that many insurances do not understand Neurofeedback, and despite my attempts to educate...

Unlocking Growth: Understanding and Overcoming Trauma

Regardless of your life experiences, most of us have probably felt stuck in a rut at some point in our lives. It's a sense of stagnation that seems impossible to break free from, no matter how hard you try. Now, imagine the sense of stagnation pulsing in almost every...

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Mistaken Conclusions About COVID, Your Child And How to Turn This Around

Mistaken Conclusions About COVID, Your Child And How to Turn This Around

The topic on everyone’s mind is COVID and the impact that this is having on our lives. For many, these times provide challenges on many levels. For our children, many obvious factors are impacting their lives. However, I often hear parents attributing specific changes in their children’s lives to COVID, and in a sense, this is true. But, in another sense, it may not be accurate…

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