by Jacqueline Muller What is EMDR? Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of psychotherapy developed by Francine Shapiro. EMDR is a technique used by licensed and certified mental health providers to address and treat both mental health disorders and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). What is...

Meditations for Mindset

by Jacqueline Muller, LCSW-R

Sometimes you need to create the space to improve your mindset. Meditation is one way to create that space.

When beginning a practices of any kind start off with a small amount of time and build as you become better at it. This is why we call it a practice. It takes time to develop a skill. Mediation practice takes time.

We live in a world of frequent distractions that divert us from being aware at times of what is going in in our mind. Our mindset is key to our success. More often than not what runs through our mind is the voices of past people, disappointments of others short comings, or perhaps our own flawed experiences. Having such a grim filter, can create a negativity that colors how we live life in the present and can also divert us from achieving what we were meant to achieve in our life.

With a clear, positive mindset anything becomes possible. Developing that realign you to your primary purpose; to become the light you were meant to be in the world for those around you and those who’s lives you touch.

Start today. Take a minute or two and breath prosperity into the days ahead.

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Creating Pathways Toward Wellness

by: Jacqueline Muller, LCSW-R It’s one thing to dream, it’s another to create a vision. Without a general idea what your would like to see manifest in your life you my friend are simply day dreaming. Don’t get me wrong, day dreaming can be fun, but it doesn’t really...

Seeds of Hope

by Jacqueline Muller, LCSW-R Fiber art is a unique way to reduce stress and create relaxation. Many people seek various types of meditative practices, fiber arts is one of them. In her book, Knit for Health & Wellness, Betsan Corkhill lays out for the reader the benefits and the...

Feel Happier by the End of the Day, by Jacqueline Muller, LCSW-R

We all have days that seem to drag. Where everything feels out of sorts and perhaps a tad bit overwhelming. How often we forget to consciously recharge our happiness batteries. That’s right battery, inside of us is an energy or life force that needs to be recharged and just...

Mental Health begins with SelfLOVE by Christen Deering, LMSW and Jacqueline Muller, LCSW-R

As per Misschrisfit, “Its so easy to look at yourself and pick away at all your flaws! You pick and pick and pick until theres nothing left and finally you just feel like giving up.But what if you put back? What if you learned to tell yourself all the...

Today I went to therapy, as I do every week, as I have been for the past two years. Some people ask “why do you go to therapy, you don’t look like there’s anything wrong with you,” to which I reply “do you always wait until there is something wrong to go to the doctor?” My point is that mental health should be seen as preventive care. It should be a top priority for all of us. I can honestly say that I feel so much better in my own skin today than I ever had before because I took my own mental health seriously. Why do we wait until it hurts so much we want to scream, or until something terrible happens in our lives to realize that our thoughts and feelings are important?

Today I went to therapy and I had a conversation with a person who is there to listen to me with whatever it is on my mind, and she has no personal gain in the outcome, and when I left, I felt a weight lifted, as I do every week. What you are feeling IS IMPORTANT! It isn’t dumb to need to talk about that one thing you always say “never mind its nothing.” Today I challenge you to sit and give yourself time to really appreciate everything you feel and experience internally.

Today I went to therapy and I’m not afraid to tell any one that I can’t do it alone… None of us can!

Click on MissChrisFit to follow her and her pathway to wellness. Find out ways to improve your selfLOVE today!