It is finally Spring! We all know about spring cleaning our homes, but what about our emotional lives?
- Take inventory of what is going right in your life.
- Take inventory of what you would like to be even better in your life (notice I didn’t say what’s wrong or what you want to change because we often have internal resistance to change.)
- Write down your dreams. Get very clear on specifics about how you would like your life to be (I would like to take a family vacation to… this year, I would like to learn how to play tennis etc.)
- What internal resources can you call on to make your dreams happen?
- What external resources can you call on to support you in your dreams (friends, family)?
Tips for children/teens:
- Ask your child to tell you the best thing that happened to him/her that day. This exercise helps children focus on all of the good things that happen during the course of a day as they are picking out their favorite moment.
Dr. Rosenberg’s goal is to help people feel safe with uncomfortable feelings and feel less alone.
She treats people with: anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, relationship difficulties and trauma. She works with adults, teens, and children.
She also has special expertise working with women’s issues.
Her therapeutic method combines working with individuals’ strengths, experiencing emotions and mindfulness training. This approach helps people experience an increased sense of well-being quickly.