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Calgary Psychology

How therapeutic change becomes you

10.19.2011

Research shows that therapeutic change comes about quicker and feels deeper if three things are perpetually and mindfully present in the dialogue and encounter between a psychologist/counsellor and a client:  BOND, GOALS AND METHODS.  I’ve found in my counselling work that sagebrush outpatient of the therapy session stifles the client’s spirit and inhibits the flow of our encounter, so, my […]

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Positive Aging A How To Guide

07.18.2011

Numerous studies have shown that a positive outlook on aging translates not only to happier retirement years and overall better mental health, but longevity as well. In fact, those who have a positive attitude when it comes to aging live an average of 7.5 years longer than people who are anxious or depressed about aging.

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How Happiness Makes You Healthy

07.11.2011

You’ve probably heard the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine.” But this isn’t just a well-known saying; numerous studies have continually proven the benefits of happiness and optimism on health. Not only does a happy, upbeat mood make you feel good emotionally, but it can also make you a healthier person physically. A few of […]

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Can Procrastination Be Good for You?

06.14.2011

Chances are, you’re probably familiar with the concept of procrastination. We all do it, whether it’s cramming for a test at the last minute, putting off doing laundry until there’s nothing to wear, or waiting until the last second to file taxes.

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Are You Living Your Life on Purpose

06.07.2011

Most people want to live a full, purposeful life that is rich and full of meaning. People who live their lives on purpose are excited to wake up each day and see what the day has in store. They have plans and goals that enrich their lives and are continually working towards self-progression and fulfilling […]

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