Depression Recovery: Home as Good Kindergarten and Mr. Rogers
Home as Good Kindergarten and Mr. Rogers gives us a way to see more clearly what is off in our environment and how to proceed. Working with the principle "environment reflects mind."
Working with Depression: Finding the Yielding Point
The Yielding Point is the small thread that begins to unravel the knotted ball of depression. It can be a helpful tool in answering the question, "where do I begin?"
What’s important? Big Rocks First
Big Rocks First. How do we keep an eye on what is most important in our lives in terms of self care, contact and meaning. An excellent tool for working with Depression.
Depression and Winter Blues? 10 Tips for Coping
Winter can be a challenging time for those working with depression. Here are some tips for preparing and coping.
Recovery Principle: 5 Steps towards taking REAL Brain Breaks
Negative thoughts make us feel bad and feeling bad produces more negative thoughts. This vicious cycle hinders depression recovery.
Depression Recovery: Expressing your Needs
Recognizing and expressing human needs such as need for support or need for rest can be a great tool for depression recovery.