We asked some brilliant folks to tell us about the best advice they’ve ever given to a client and have highlighted some of the responses below.
One of my clients came to me desperately trying to improve her figure. She was on the verge of trying liposuction. She had a clean diet, slept well, exercised regularly, and managed her stress levels. She had tried several exercise programs but nothing seemed to work. After carefully analyzing her posture. I noticed that she had a lordosis with is excessive lower back curvature. During my analysis I noticed her lower back never contacted the mat which prevented her from properly exercising the core muscle groups. By inserting a supportive pillow into the curvature of her back she was able to make significant progress without dietary changes or painful and expensive surgery. Read more>>
Erica Wollerman, PsyD
One of the most common themes that comes up in my work, and my life personally, is around limits. People often really struggle to know their limits in the sense of “how much can I take on, how much more can I do, or am I doing too much?” This is something that resonates with me personally as well and I have finally understood a better way to approach the questions around doing too much or not enough. The thing I encourage people to consider is that everything, and I mean everything, has a cost. Since I work often with working parents who have demanding careers, this is so true for them and for me and my family. Read more>>
The best Advice I gave a client/ patient iin Recovery is “I can help Recover you with Treatment Plan but Recovery is in your hands, you must surrender to wanting total Sobriety.” Read more>>