Friday, February 22, 2013
Monica Forsman, M.Ed., LCMHC specializes in women's issues of interpersonal concerns, marriage and family counseling. Monica’s clinical experience includes individual and group therapy for stress, anxiety, depression/mood disorders, and substance abuse. Monica is experienced working with individuals, families and groups who have witnessed traumatic incidences or accidents. Monica focuses on self-awareness, on the individual’s inherent strength and the ability to harness their strength’s to enhance well-being. She is also bilingual and fluent in Swedish. Monica is available to schedule an appointment at 801-604-5040.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Tuesday, February 12, 2013
, LCSW specializes in working with women with depression and anxiety, adjustment disorders, and eating disorders. She is experienced in working with children who suffer emotionally and behaviorally. She works as a team with family members, teachers, school counselors, physicians, and others who may be concerned about the welfare of their loved ones in helping better the lives of their child(ren). Trisha has experience with providing homestudies and post-placement visits for those who are in the adoption process. Trisha also speaks Spanish. Trisha can be reached at (801) 541-4944 to schedule an appointment. Her office is located at Resilient Solutions, Inc, 1355 N. Main, Ste. 1 & 3, Bountiful, Utah.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
We are excited to offer a course that will help you Flourish as you celebrate your strengths and resilience through the work of positive psychology. Part I: 8-week course, Tuesdays 7-8:15 to begin March 5 - May 7 at Resilient Solutions, Inc, 1355 N. Main, Ste. 1, Bountiful, Utah. $195 for 8-week course. Part II: 6-week follow-up course, Tuesdays June 11 - July 9 at RSI. $150 for 6-week course. For more details: contact Becky Andrews, LPC, FT at 801.259.3883 or email: email@example.com.
Monday, February 4, 2013
Grief can take a toll on our body. Dr. Alan Wolfelt (www.centerforloss.com) reminds us to "Be kind to your body.
- The physical problems encountered from grief can include physical and emotional exhaustion, uncontrollable crying, trouble sleeping, heart palpitations, and headaches.
-These physical effectcs are not inevitable, but in order to nurture your body, you may have to take a step back, slow down, and look at your physical needs. You may need to take time away from work and focus on clearing your mind. You must be kind to yourself by supplying your body with the good nutrition, water, rest, and exercise that you need.
Carpe Diem: Do one nice thing for your body today. Consider a walk, a healthy meal, a warm drink, or simply a hot bath." Thank you, Dr. Wolfelt. His books are referenced often in the grief groups offered in our office at : Resilient Center for Grieving Families, 1355 N. Main, Ste. 1, Bountiful, Utah 84010.
For more information on upcoming groups, contact Becky Andrews, LPC, FT at 801.259.3883 or Melanie Holt, LAPC at 801.718.9840.
Teen Group, Mondays 4 - 5:15, $20/group session
Adult Group for those who have had a loved one die from suicide, Tuesdays, 5:30 - 6:45, $20/group session.
Upcoming Group: Mindfully Grieving.