Cope with Peace and Grace: Practice Gratitude

Gratitude acknowledges that we are beneficiaries of life. We do not put
the chicken in the egg or the oak tree in the acorn, but are merely
recipients of those gifts. Research suggests that grateful people are better
able to cope with stress and have stronger immune systems than those
who primarily focus on illness or problems. (WebMD)

Having a positive, grateful attitude does NOT mean denying or ignoring
problems. Like infections, trauma tends to fester and make us ill if it is
ignored or minimized. I take a balanced, healthy approach that deals with
both the past events AND the present thinking patterns that contribute to
current problems. Many years of study, internships, licensure, and experience
qualifies me to help you find a more peaceful and grateful life, free from your past.  It is never to late to begin.