Wholeness Healing Today

Loneliness: Is it a Silent Crisis?

Feeling lonely? Considering all the connections through technology that we have at our fingertips, you may not realize you are part of a fast-growing population experiencing the same. Loneliness is on the rise, being touted a silent crisis. (Murthy, 2017) Loneliness has been steadily increasing, doubling since the 80’s with half the population reporting feeling…[ Read the full article ]

Generation Z – The Youngest Generation Entering the Workforce (Part 6)

The newest and youngest generation hitting the workforce may be the generation to change the landscape of the work environment in the biggest way yet. Generation Zer’s, the next generation after the millenniums, born after 1995, account for 61 million people in the U.S., passing up Generation X and being 2/3 the size of the…[ Read the full article ]

Middle or Second Child Syndrome

Exactly what is middle or second child syndrome? It is not a clinical syndrome, but it ties into the theory that birth order affects the development and personality of a child. Birth order is often believed to have a profound and lasting effect on psychological development. Middle child syndrome is the feeling of “exclusion” by…[ Read the full article ]

New Offerings for Expansion Empowerment

Empowerment: stepping into ourselves, actualizing our potential, and really embracing who we are; a personal goal, now with a program to address more fully those needs. The new Empowerment program is set to begin in April. The program consists of three modules, three weeks apiece, from 6-7 pm on Wednesday nights. They are set up…[ Read the full article ]

Gen Y – The Millennials -Bridging the Multi-generational Workforce (Part 5)

This is part five in a series of articles regarding the multi-generational workforce. Generational diversity can impact the wide array of strengths we have at our fingertips as we work together. Understanding the values and motivation of the generation allows the use of those strengths to benefit teamwork and the company. Not understanding the other…[ Read the full article ]

Half Smiling

Half smile. Try it as you read this. Take a deep breath. Rest in the moment. Allow the corner of your mouth to gently turn upward. Just slightly. It doesn’t have to be a full fledged smile. It is more like a ‘Mona Lisa’ smile. Allow your facial muscles to relax. Allow your shoulders to drop. Give…[ Read the full article ]

Infant Mental Health

What would mental health have to do with an infant? When I mention I work with infant mental health, I often receive a puzzling look or frozen stare begging this very question. It excites me to formulate my response as I have come to find the significance and foundation of mental health at this most early and…[ Read the full article ]

A Book Review: You Are A Badass

A client recently recommended the Jen Sincero book, You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life. I read the book and have to say that it was a very good read, with some “gems” that are worth mentioning. The book is broken down in five parts: Part I: How you got this…[ Read the full article ]

Nidra Yoga is Now being offered at Wholeness Healing Center

In an often stress-filled world, many are seeking peace, healing, and strength not only to cope but also to thrive. Yoga and meditation are often remedies sought for finding and enhancing inner resources and well-being. What if you knew that yoga can be practiced with minimal or no movement and that meditation can be as…[ Read the full article ]

Loving Kindness, Compassion and “Self-Compassion”

February conjures up all kinds of conceptual ideas about Valentine’s Day. These come from our own personal history with this holiday, our expectations of what we hope it will be, and from the media blitz professing what it should be. The day is dedicated to love and we are encouraged to put our money where…[ Read the full article ]