The Eternal Heart By: Dave Roberts

By Dave Roberts For the majority of my life, I never believed that our loved ones could survive death by communicating their continued existence to us. I tended to dismiss any phenomenon that couldn’t be...

Can Vitamin C Cure Sepsis

By Elizabeth Szlek, Wellness Counselor                         Just yesterday an article appeared in my email inbox concerning new work on treating the terrible condition of sepsis. If you are not familiar with the term sepsis,...

How Will You Stay Healthy in 2018? Your Diet!

By Elizabeth Szlek The new year is upon us, and as usual, we are inundated with many messages on how to lose weight, exercise more and so on. This is all well and good, but...

Broken Places

By Dave Roberts Several years ago, I saw a promotional ad on television for the show “Intervention” which included a quote from Ernest Hemingway, one of the great American authors of our time: “The world...

Taking The Bereaved Out of Parent

By Dave Roberts For several years after my 18 -year- old daughter Jeannine’s death in March of 2003, I commonly identified myself as a bereaved parent. According to the late Robert Kastenbaum, author of Death,...

Poor Diet and Death

By Elizabeth Szlek, Wellness Counselor For thousands of years, the main job in everyone’s life was to find enough food to survive. Hunting and gathering takes a long time and depending on location or climate...

The Wisdom of the Greeks

  It seems that the time has come to look back to the wisdom of the Greeks since many of us are utterly confused by the current state of medicine and nutrition. TMI, for sure!...

Doula Digest: There’s No Place Like Home

By: Naomi Starsiak As I’m writing this, Central New York is having its first big snow of the winter. Piles of fat, fluffy snowflakes have covered everything and all I want to do is curl...

Going Keto!

By Elizabeth Szlek; Wellness Counselor I recently reread the book Life Without Bread, which was part of my Nutritional Therapy program curriculum. About five years have passed, and suddenly, I was transfixed by the idea...

Working with Parents Whose Children Have Died

By: Dave Roberts: “The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases.”-C.G. Jung Human service professionals will inevitably address grief and loss issues with individuals requesting services...
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