Two New Group Sessions

Date: December 13,  2018
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Diane Kelley, LCSW will be conducting two new recurring group sessions here at Lori Sarvis & Associates. Please see below for more information. Please contact Lori Sarvis and Associates by phone at 954-426-0410 with any questions or to confirm dates and availability. To see all of our current group session options, feel free to visit our […]

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Self Control, Social Skills and Friendship

Date: December 09,  2018
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This article was written by our friend and colleague, Eric J. Nach, PH.D., M.ED., ASD CERTIFIED, who has nearly 25 years experience working with children with special needs and their families. For more information on his work, you can visit supportforstudentsgrowthcenter.com Important Life Social Skills – Friendship, Self-Control and Problem Solving Learning Self-Control The ability to […]

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Reiki Healing Circle

Date: December 03,  2018
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  Please join Lori Sarvis, LCSW and Mary to our first Reiki Healing Circle. Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by “laying on hands” or simply channeling energy to you from a short distance. Reiki is universal life force energy – it goes where […]

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The Legacy of Trauma

Date: October 30,  2018
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Trauma has undoubtedly existed since the beginning of human experience. The American Psychological Association (APA) has defined trauma as an individual’s emotional response to an extreme negative event. Dr. Sigmund Freud was one of the first to initiate psychoanalysis of trauma as far back as the late 1800’s. Some of what we’ve learned over centuries […]

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Politics Getting To You?

Date: July 17,  2018
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The Conviction of Discourse Has anyone experienced an increase in stress or anxiety lately due to uncivil discourse related to the current affairs of our country? Wouldn’t doubt it! In today’s increasingly partisan political climate, it appears the discourse between Democrats and Republicans is becoming so uncivil that it can divide people in their workplace […]

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How to Be Centered in Today’s Busy World

Date: July 02,  2018
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We live in a society that is characterized as fast-paced and highly technologically-based. We have access to everything immediately. As a child growing up in the 80’s, I never imagined a world that would be so busy and complicated. We rely on phones for everything! I never dreamed of a world where our phones would […]

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From My Chair

Date: June 10,  2018
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Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade have this week been added to the list of suicides. On that list is Robin Williams, Chester Bennington (lead singer of Linkin Park) and Chris Cornell (lead singer of Soundgarden). These are just a few of the celebrities that have committed suicide. So maybe the adage that ‘wealth brings you […]

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FREE SUPPORT GROUP for Anyone Affected by FL Shooting

Date: February 15,  2018
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With a heavy heart, all of us at Lori Sarvis & Associates would like to extend our deepest condolences to the friends and families of the victims, and to all affected by the recent shooting in South Florida. The time following a tragic event can be a difficult and traumatic time for everyone and we would […]

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Divorce/Separation and the Holidays ❄️⛄

Date: December 06,  2017
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In most businesses work slows down during the holidays, but as a therapist it has continued to be busy.  Many people are going through divorce or separation.  This may be your first or even your second year apart.  There may also be children involved which can complicate matters more.  For some people, there may be […]

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Coping with Drugs and Alcohol During the Holidays ❄⛄

Date: December 04,  2017
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The holidays are coming and for those people who have an addiction to drugs/alcohol it can be a very tough time of year.   Here are just a few ideas that may help There are AA meetings in every town. If you are visiting family or friends know the places you can go. Make sure you […]

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