Our brains need regular care and exercise just like any other part of our body. Therapy is an important part of good mental health.
Josh Hillis is the author of two books. His latest book, “Lean and Strong: Eating Skills, Psychology, and Workouts,” won the silver medal in the Benjamin Franklin Book Awards for psychology. He currently attends MSU Denver and is doing his thesis on contextual behavioral science and emotional eating. Josh won the psychology department’s “promising teacher […]
THE TEN TURNING POINTS The Ten Turning Points are ten things my most successful clients always figure out after about a year of practicing the eating skills. I went through my client notes, mapped them, and now I give them to clients ahead of time. It can still take time to fully internalize, but people […]
With most schools across Colorado closed for a week or more beyond spring break and many adults resigned to work from home amid the new coronavirus, families have entered the first stretch of a long period together. For some kids, the time outside the classroom may come as a relief. No more waking up with […]
Colorado writer Joan C. Lieberman wrote an autobiography with a unique point of view: the psychological concept of “Optimal Distance” defined her life with a sometimes homicidal mother with paranoid schizophrenia. She chose to share this excerpt “because optimal distance is a complex psychological issue which pervades our lives.” She added: “My life was defined […]
Joan Carol Lieberman had a 5-year-old son when she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. Her oncologist predicted she would be lucky to survive five months, yet she’s alive 28 years later. A management consultant for 40 years, she was a finalist for the Bakeless Literary Prize and invited to attend the Bread Loaf Writers’ […]