Tag: psychology

  • Cuddle Therapy Part 1

    What is it that you think of when you hear the term ‘cuddling’? Do you think of romantic excitement? Perhaps a warm feeling of security, safety, or contentment. It is probable that some would think of the term as strange, alien, or uncomfortable. But beyond that, what is cuddling? The act of cuddling, when examined […] More

  • Better communication applies to self talk, too

    Here is one exercise to begin developing positive self-talk: Write down some of the negative messages inside your mind.  Be specific, whenever possible, and include anyone you remember who contributed to that message. Next, to those negative messages write down a positive truth in your life.  Don’t give up if you don’t find them quickly. […] More

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    Predator and Prey in the Sand Tray

    I am a sand tray play therapist and a little, so, miniatures are an important part of expression to me. I did not realize when I bought these two figures why I was drawn to them. Yes, they are cute and adorable figurines, but they are so much more. When you look closer at the […] More