Five practices to teach adaptability and thwart depression
Resiliency is the ability to recover from or adjust easily to changes or misfortunes we encounter.
Take two dreams and call me in
Sleep is an ever-changing curiosity. Infants and children fight it, teens can’t avoid it and adults crave it. But why so much sleep during the teen years, when they arguably have
the most energy and a willingness to stay up all day and night?
the Inside Out
Achieving teens’ goals begins with healthy eating habits
I’m still waiting for the day when a teen walks into my office and tells me that he or she wants to learn how to eat healthy. Usually they want to lose weight; have more energy; learn how to be vegan or vegetarian; have better hair,
skin and nails; or fix their
The Opioid Epidemic
Where are we now?
The opioid crisis continues to devastate lives, families and communities throughout America. Even in Southwest Florida, there are heart-wrenching stories of grief and loss — grandpar-ents raising their grandchildren, older people falling because of the effects of these substances, and newborns dependent on them.