Does a Healthy Lifestyle Equal Health?

If I were to ask people on the street what an objective definition of a healthy lifestyle is, they would likely answer that it has to do with  eating healthy food and exercising, getting good sleep, drinking lots of water, and finding a balance between work life and...

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There’s Nothing Wrong With You

BEST title of an article I have seen in ages: "You Don't have a Disorder.... You have Feelings!" Isn't it true that we have become a generation that believes we are supposed to feel good (or be happy) all of the time, and if we don't, something is wrong with us? On an...

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Educational Law to Change

U.S. District Judge Stephen P. Logan recently ruled the following: traumatized plaintiffs “adequately alleged that complex trauma and adversity can result in physiological effects constituting a physical impairment.” He refused to dismiss the case and instead demanded...

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Congratulations 2017 Brooklyn Graduates!

Congratulations to the graduates of the 2017 Melrose Healing Method™ SELF-REGULATION TRAINING™ FOR HEALING STRESS & TRAUMA The training took place in Brooklyn, NY over three separate three-day workshops and was supplemented by weekly video consultations over the...

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What Is a Sensory Room & Why Does Every School Need One?

With life as fast and as stressful as it is in this technological age, and with anxiety at an all-time high, we need a safe place to take a break from it all! This is true for us as educators, parents, and practitioners, and is no less true for children of all ages,...

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Are You Experiencing Secondary Traumatic Stress?

What it is and What to do About It. As parents, educators, coaches, public servants, medical or mental health practitioners, we are subjected to the extreme stress involved in helping others. The people we help go through severe pain and struggle as human animals on...

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