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Recovery Science: The role of nutrition in recovery

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Diet and nutrition are important components of a healthy lifestyle. We don’t talk about them much in counseling because we focus primarily on thoughts, emotions, and their impact on behavior. I think we’re missing an important opportunity to address the physical component of recovery from addiction, depression, anxiety, and any number of other common disorders. […]

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Why Okmulgee?

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Around a year ago, I made a decision to leave my job as a Clinical Director in Tulsa and start a private counseling practice in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. I left Okmulgee around 10 years ago to complete my college education and gain experience in the counseling field. I have established a comfortable life with quality social connections in the […]

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Why French Kids Don’t Have ADHD | Psychology Today

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Here’s an interesting blog post from Psychology Today on ADHD. I’m not sure I agree with all the conclusions in the post but there is definitely something to be said for the French approach. One of the most significant differences is the approach to treatment, with medication being the preferred method in the United States. I believe […]

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Thoughts on Prisoner Treatment

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We’ve all heard about the sheriff in Arizona who is famous for making inmates in the county jail eat surplus food, live in tents and wear pink. He has been applauded by many for his harsh and punitive treatment of prisoners. For most of us, this isn’t an issue we think about often. We aren’t […]

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Psychotherapy Services

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Psychotherapy is not easily described in general statements. It varies depending on the personalities of the counselor and client, as well as the particular problems you present. There are many different methods we may use to help you address problems. Psychotherapy is not like a medical doctor visit. Instead, it calls for a very active […]