Following the death of her husband, Henry Quiring, Paddy Quiring cycled, walked, and jogged 6,211 km across Canada. Her amazing adventure was a part of a healing, learning, and growing journey she has been on for decades. Watch Paddy Quiring and Walter Janzen describe their cross Canada journey in this video by Andre Amyot (there’s …
"Books and cleverness! There are more important things! -- Friendship and bravery!" - Hermione Granger
What helps kids grow to be Emotionally Intelligent young adults? How can we help the Ron Weasley’s of the world become emotional-intelligence superstars like Hermione Granger?
Therapy can help people drive their own bus after feeling stranded in the dark.
Therapy helps when we need someone to join us on our path with clarity, acceptance, and empowerment.
If you're standing at the bottom of a hill with friends, it will appear less steep and easier to climb than if you are alone. - Lisa Feldman Barrett, Phd
Therapy gives us a chance to climb our obstacles with compassionate, curious, and courageous people. It gives us strength and perspective at times when we feel lost in the clouds.
“[P]eople spend at least half their waking hours simulating rather than paying attention to the world around them, and this pure simulation strongly drives their feelings.”
- Lisa Feldman Barrett, How Emotions Are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain, p. 71.
“In wrestling, girls have an advantage. The guys think less of you until you are face-to-face with them!”
- Rachel, age 11, quoted in Strong is the New Pretty.