Lets be real. Life can get busy. Work, more work, family obligations, school, hobbies, and the list goes on and on. So how do we find balance? How can we make time and space to relax and gain perspective? Relaxation and perspective can help us
Heather Coleman, LCSW is a New York City-based psychotherapist specializing in working with addiction issues, Adult Children of Alcoholics and others from dysfunctional family backgrounds. She also works with relationship issues in individual
Heather Coleman, addiction and ACoA therapist in NYC, speaks about how social connection can help in addiction recovery. Coleman discusses how 12 step programs are a great way to combat loneliness and isolation on the path to recovery, as well
In this article, Heather Coleman, psychotherapist and Neurofeedback trainer in NYC, discusses ambivalent relationships and relationship repair, coming from a dysfunctional or traumatic background. She explores how to have healthier and more
NYC Therapist Alison Pepper, LCSW, Certified NeurOptimal Trainer: Sometimes we need to think about how we do things both individually and collectively as a society. We don't need to reinvent the wheel but it can be helpful to shake things up,
ACoA therapist in NYC, Heather Coleman, discusses how to be a confident parent coming out of a dysfunctional household by learning to trust your intuitive parenting part, set boundaries and clearly communicating with our kids.
Just like neurofeedback, meditation can be a life-changing tool and a great way to work with ones mind and emotions. In this article NYC Family Therapist, Neurofeedback Trainer and meditation teacher Alison Pepper points out some important do's
Parenting can be busy, loud, silly, and chaotic at times. Life can be under any circumstances, but if you live with toddlers, kids, t'weens, or teens then you really know! A mindfulness practice can help anyone find some stillness, simplicity,
Have you typed into Google "child therapist NYC" and wondered how to find the right one? It can be an overwhelming process to find a therapist for your child. Knowledge is power, so knowing a little bit about how therapists work with children
We are thrilled to be entering our 7th year of renting out 35 NeurOptimal home systems to individuals and families around the U.S. and Canada. Enjoy reading some recent neurofeedback reviews from our renters.
Adult Children of Alcoholic’s (ACoA) often have the feeling that someone else has the answer: everyone around seems so much more with it, functional, successful, adult. These feelings, paired with the belief that others must understand some
NYC Therapist Alison writes about her experience training with the NeurOptimal Neurofeedback System: Over the summer, I had the opportunity to begin neurofeedback training on my myself, and started learning more about NeurOptimal® dynamic
Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts more than three to six months, or if it persists past the point of tissue healing. Managing it is a lifelong struggle for many people and living with it can trigger stress, anxiety, depression, and lead
NeurOptimal® neurofeedback presents information to the central nervous system about what it just did, nothing more, nothing less. It's non-invasive, effective and safe. It is designed to improve the overall performance of the brain - the hub of
Children’s behaviors associated with both ADHD and trauma can look similar. As a child therapist in a school-based setting the last five years, I often had teachers and parents ask me: "What is going on with little Jane or Jose? Is it ADHD? Is