The Challenges of Family Gatherings During the Holiday Season

How do I enjoy quality time with challenging family members this holiday season? We all know the scenario, you are sitting down for a holiday meal with your family, excited for the togetherness yet nervously awaiting the conversation to go … Continued

Food for Thought: An Introduction to Mindfulness

With all the activity and stress of the holiday season, you may want to check out this month’s Food for Thought session on Mindfulness Meditation!  See details below or download the flyer. December Food for Thought flyer    

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Am I the only one who seems to get more depressed as the seasons shift? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a syndrome characterized by reoccurring depression that happens at the same time each year. Many Central New Yorkers know the … Continued

Early Recognition Screenings: How are the children?

“How are the children?” This is the traditional greeting the Maasai people of Africa still use. This greeting emphasizes their priority of protecting the young. How the children are is a reflection of the community.  If the children are doing … Continued

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