Therapy can be messy. Although it is designed to help people feel better, think more clearly, and act with more purpose, sometimes through the process of therapy, especially in the Continue ReadingTwo steps forward or three steps back? Sometimes both!
“When we’re out walking, we’re moving forward. And it’s the exact same thing we’re doing in the therapeutic process. We’re moving forward.” CNN Video: Walking it out with your therapist
Wonder what it might be like to walk-and-talk with Denice in Piedmont Park? Take a look:
Sole to Soul Therapy and Consulting in Atlanta featured in the Boston Globe.
Physicians should be prescribing exercise but they don’t (click here to read more). Many of them also do not know how to have conversations surrounding those behaviors that their patients Continue ReadingRx: More exercise
All this talk about change: stages of change, processes of change, change talk… How does a person step into and make lasting change? By tapping into what motivates them. Remember Continue ReadingWhat is your motivation?
What is one sure fire way to predict behavior change (besides evidence of the change actually taking place)? If we regularly engage with people regarding behavior change, how do we Continue ReadingWhose time? Mine or yours?
“My friend says she wants to change so and so, and I told her what she ought to do but she just doesn’t do it. I don’t know what her Continue ReadingConversation about change
Previously I addressed ambivalence. The behavior change looms out there but there are reasons that an individual remains stuck in the behavior and doesn’t move in the direction of change. Continue ReadingCh-ch-ch-ch-changes