An Interview with Pam Minichiello, MS, LMHC

by Amy Aubertin, MS,RDN,LDNPam Minichiello

This blog is part of a series of interviews with the clinicians at the Counseling and Nutrition Center 360. Here is an interview with Pam Minichiello, one of the psychotherapists… read more

An Interview with Jen Locke, RD,LDN

by Amy Aubertin, MS,RD,LDN

This blog is part of a series of interviews with the clinicians at the Counseling and Nutrition Center 360. Here is an interview with Jennifer Locke, one of the nutrition therapists…read more

#Ihaveembraced

by Natalie Gornstein, LICSW

If you haven’t seen the documentary Embrace by Taryn Brumfitt run, don’t walk to your nearest theatre hosting a screening… read more

Strategies To Cope With Worry Thoughts:  What We Can Learn From An Olympian

by Jodi R. Galin, Ph.D.

Aly Raisman is on my mind.  Given that the 2016 Olympics are about to start as I was trying to write this blog, I was able to find this interesting article about her…read more

Summertime Body Confidence

by Jodi R. Galin, Ph.D.

Overheard at the nail salon just at the start of summer:

Friend 1:  Are you taking a summer vacation?

Friend 2:  My family and I are going to the beach… read more

Quinoa Salad

by Jennifer Locke RD, LDN

A few years ago I created this recipe for a “National Nutrition Month” event.  Although National Nutrition Month falls in March, this recipe is a go-to recipe of mine in the summer…read more

EMDR Explained

by Pam Minichiello, LMHC

People diagnosed with PTSD experience a broad range of difficulties, such as anxiety, depression, trust and relationship difficulties, and terrifying flashback symptoms. Some people struggling with trauma-related…read more

Mindfulness – Just Another Fad?

by Pam Minichiello, LMHC

Most of us seek counseling because we want to improve something in our lives – relationships, confidence, mood, personal growth, or something else. Improvement, however…read more

What Should I Feed My Child? Part 2

by Lisa M. Pearl, MS,RD,LDN, CEDRD, CEDS

In my last blog, I wrote about the importance of creating a positive framework for feeding children thereby helping them learn about healthy food choices.  Here are some ideas…read more

What Should I Feed My Child? Part 1

by Lisa M. Pearl, MS,RD,LDN, CEDRD, CEDS

This is an ongoing conversation in my office with parents who are faced with the challenging dilemma of what to feed their children. The conversations run the entire spectrum of…read more