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People seek my help for a variety of challenges. Some have weight and exercise issues. Others experience insomnia, depression, infertility, loneliness, or chronic pain.

Some people seek coaching when their life’s partner or other family member is disabled, mentally or physically. They may feel too guilty to set limits, express anger, or make arrangements for respite or permanent care.

Work becomes the sore point for many: never worked, fired, or frustrated with a current job. I help clients explore their talents and dreams. Together we draft a resume and role-play before the interview.

Some clients are stuck in their financial arena: compulsive spending, getting out of debt, sharing expenses with a business or romantic partner. We look at warning signs and set up guideposts for progress.

If you’re stuck, I can help, using techniques such as coaching, role-playing, directed activities, and hypnotherapy. Feel more in control of your life. Get started today.

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Life Management Posts

Taking a Vacation as a Blended Family

Anne Robert’s guest post add important information to my multiple earlier posts on challenges for blended families. Taking a Vacation as a Blended Family Blending families is never easy, and many couples (and their children) need support and mediation in order to overcome their vision of what the ‘perfect family’ looks like and accept the reality […]

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The Long-Term Consequences Of Childhood Bullying

An important post from guest writer Anne Roberts.   Bullying is bad. It’s horrendous to experience, it’s soul-destroying, and it smashes children’s personalities to pieces just as they’re hitting a crucial stage of their development. Some, however, are still of the opinion that bullying ‘builds character’. Well, it’s time to put that idea down. Science states […]

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Meditation on nothing–letter to psychiatrist. Holiday guest post by Rhona Finkel

Dear Dr. Jaffe, Have you ever noticed there can be a lot of “nothing” lying around? I mean, just take my first niece. She went to meet my soon-to-be-sister-in-law who [quite unfortunately] came with her own babies—two cats. Named after two delicacies at Walker Brothers pancake house, they were Apple Pancake (may he rest in […]

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