The Spirit of Passover and the Healing of Trauma

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Written by Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, NCC “Why Is It Different?” Each year in early spring, many people of the Jewish and Christian traditions join together to commemorate the Israelites’ escape from the Babylonian Captivity and the miracles of their long and perilous journey to the Promised Land. Passover, or Pesach, is the yearly remembering […]

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Success in the Georgia Senate!! Onward to the House!!!!! Please Ask for YES ON SB 319

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Written by Lane Gormley, LPC Yesterday, the Georgia State Senate voted 51-0 in favor of Senate Bill 319 to allow Licensed Professional Counselors to do what they have always done: DIAGNOSE and treat their Clients. SB 319 will now go to the Georgia House of Representatives. There are over 6,000 LPCs in Georgia, by far […]

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A World Without LPCs? Help Us Pass SB 319

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By Lane Gormley, LPC There are over 6,000 LPCs in Georgia, by far the largest group of mental health professionals in the state. We need a one-word addition to the scope of activities that we are permitted by the State of Georgia to do: “DIAGNOSE”. Without that word, insurance will not pay for our services. […]

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Practicing Therapy, Practicing Yoga

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By Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, NCC The Practice of Therapy You are already engaged, or are thinking about engaging, in a practice called therapy.  I am impressed and touched by your willingness to do this most difficult thing – to look within yourself in a conscious attempt to face and to release pain.  I never […]

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Reach for the Light: The Care and Treatment of Sad Moods in Winter

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Written by Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, NCC Signs of Fall As early as late August, the light outside looks different – paler and muted with a lessened ability to stimulate the brain and to brighten our surroundings. The sun rises later. The sunset often comes before we have finished our work. Inside and outside, there […]

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