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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From My Chair

Date: November 30,  2017
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It’s amazing how time flies and the end of the year is approaching.  I am so grateful to be surrounded by such wonderful and experienced therapists.  I also want to thank all of the people that have walked into our office and have allowed us to enter your private world and help you to resolve […]

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Response from a Reader

Date: October 04,  2017
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The following was shared by a client in response to our last blog, “Harvey and Irma,” about the recent hurricanes that hit the US. I feel there is something here that we could all stand to take away. I was 8 years old when my family moved to Florida from the northeast. I have experienced […]

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Harvey and Irma

Date: September 20,  2017
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The days before Hurricane Irma was to hit South Florida, I looked around everywhere and watched the faces of the people trying to get prepared for the storm! Faces of panic, fear, worry, and exhaustion were all around me. Irma was still hundreds of miles from shore but it appeared most people were preparing for […]

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Unresolved Anger

Date: August 02,  2017
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Anger in itself is not necessarily a harmful emotion. Feelings of anger can be helpful in recognizing when we feel that we or others are not being treated fairly or needs are not being met. Anger often is a secondary emotion, that can be triggered by underlying emotions such as fear, sadness, guilt, disgust and […]

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Do I Have a Problem with Anger?

Date: July 07,  2017
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All of us have experienced anger throughout our lifetime, and it is a natural emotion. We can easily recognize it in others. For example, when you’re out in public next time, look around and notice the people around you. If someone is angry you can easily pick that up, even if you can’t hear their […]

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From My Chair

Date: June 22,  2017
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  As of a month ago or so we have moved to a new suite. The address is the same but the suite is 203.  There have also been many wonderful changes as the space is bigger and there are fantastic therapists with their own unique style and expertise. We now see people from ages […]

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THE BIG LEAP: Elementary to Middle School

Date: May 22,  2017
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      Making the transition from elementary to middle school is a colossal milestone for all children and their parents. For “our children” on the autism spectrum, with ADHD, or other developmental “abilities” this dramatic change of life is even more traumatic than for their NT (neuro-typical) peers. We have found the expectations of […]

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