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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

What you eat can treat your depression:

The Food That Helps Battle Depression

The right kind of diet may give the brain more of what it needs to avoid depression, or even to treat it once it’s begun

You’re feeling depressed. What have you been eating?
Psychiatrists and therapists don’t often ask this question. But a growing body of research over the past decade shows that a healthy diet—high in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish and unprocessed lean red meat—can prevent depression. And an unhealthy diet—high in processed and refined foods—increases the risk for the disease in everyone, including children and teens.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Quit Smoking with Hypnosis

Grand Traverse Hypnotherapy and Counseling has a 
92% Success rate for Stopping Smoking
For people completing the 4 session program.
Call 231-590-7759 for more information. 
Be Healthy make your appointment.

On stop smoking with hypnosis:


60% - Single session Hypnosis
30% - Cassette tapes with Hypnotic suggestion
29% - Exercise and breathing therapy
25% - Aversion therapy
24% - Acupuncture
10% - Nicotine Replacement Therapy
6% - Willpower alone
Source: New Scientist magazine, volume 136, issue 1845, 31 Oct 92

Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss

Lose weight, enjoy eating healthy and focusing on greater health and wellness for You in this new year. Grand Traverse Hypnotherapy and Counseling offers weight loss with Hypnosis in 4 sessions. You will receive a hypnotherapy recording to keep and continue practicing your Hypnotherapy for Weight management. 

People lose more weight and keep it off longer with Hypnosis. You will change your daily eating habits and enjoy the healthy foods you choose to eat. It is a proactive and positive program that will Lower stress and Lift you Self Esteem.

It’s about taking Good care of yourself and feeling Good about yourself.

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Fall Conference is Coming on Nov. 10!

Connect with several treatment services including: 
Addiction Treatment Services, Bay Area Substance Education Services, NMSAS Recovery Center, and  Dann's House.
LPCNM conference registration payment includes 2019 membership dues ($25 value)! The conference takes the place of our regularly scheduled November General Meeting. Next meeting in January!

Great sessions and the opportunity to network (bring business cards to pass out)!
Breakfast and lunch included at the fabulous Park Place Hotel!

Friday, October 26, 2018

“In late January 2018, the news broke that musician Tom Petty, who died in 2017, lost his life to an accidental overdose. 
Petty was recovering from hip surgery and had been given a large prescription for painkillers. Under normal circumstances, that would be totally appropriate: Hip surgery is major, just like a C-section or back surgery. However, Petty was very open about the fact that he had serious problems with substance use. He’d been in rehab multiple times. A doctor nevertheless decided to hand him a prescription for painkillers anyway, because Petty’s history didn’t cancel his need for painkillers or create stricter prescription guidelines. It’s the perfect setup for an overdose, and that’s exactly what happened. That’s a normalized outcome: According to a 2016 study, 91 present of overdose survivors were still able to get another prescription for opioids. That means that doctors, who should be treating patients according to their needs, are blatantly disregarding their needs, wishes, and personal safety. Whether it’s based on ignorance or apathy, the outcome is the same. It’s killing us.”  - Ryan Hampton, “American Fix