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Carmen Isais, MFT-T

“Serenity Now” Guided Meditation

Regardless of what is happening in your day, Serenity is there for you to access. It is part of who you are, and a built part of your psychology. But, with all the noise and drama of the day to day-- Serenity sometimes hard to...

What is Positive Psychology?

Traditionally, in the study of psychology includes a deep analysis of psychopathology, behaviors that deviate from the "norm" and the negative feelings that are associated with them. The focus in this form of study and this approach to therapy best serves that portion of the...

Revisiting Goal Setting

Goals are something I used to continuously write down and track my progress on when I was younger. In my twenties and early thirties I was very focused and accomplished a lot in a short amount of time. University, travel, business ownership, and family, all...

Pulling From Your Solid…

Earlier this morning I stumbled across John Kim's YouTube channel, The Angry Therapist. In his video entitled, Personal Freedoms to Work on for 2015, Kim mentioned "pulling from your solid instead of your pseudo". I had never heard this term before and something about it struck me...

Kickstart to Change: Why Affirmations Don’t Work

"Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better." This was the affirmation I came across at age thirteen-- long before The Secret hit the bookshelves. This is a quote from a French psychologist who, in the late 1800's developed a psychotherapeutic practice...

The Lesson in Loss

I've pulled away from writing and posting lately. Over the last six months our family has lost two loved ones- one, a grandfather and the other, a dear family friend. These losses have sent me into a place of quiet and thought. I have been...

The Myth About Motivation

It is about 6:00 am on a Saturday and I don't feel like writing this blog post. I have a goal of producing weekly content, however, so I scheduled a time to write before the house wakes up (5 wide awake children on a Saturday morning...

Master Class: Return to Life

Some of the clients I work with come in with an identifiable problem. Perhaps they are going through a divorce, an illness, or financial loss. In these cases the problem is situational and the solution is to learn resiliency and coping strategies. And this is...

What Children Really Think About Moms and Why it Should Free You

Your friends want you to be funny. Your husband wants you to be sexy. Your boss wants you to be productive… and on time. With so many demands from society, our relationships, our workplace, it is not surprising how difficult it is to see ourselves outside...

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