Staying Happy, Healthy, and Sane While at Home

Staying Happy Healthy and Whole While Staying at Home

How do we cope with this pandemic that we have never experienced in our life time? The universe / god / goddess / Earth whatever you believe has placed us in shut down/slow down mode around the world.  We have collectively been put on notice to stop and pay attention.  What is the message for…

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Stay Connected During These Challenging Times

Hello! We are here to help you in new and exciting ways all from the comfort of your home!  To this end, please know that due to the corona-19 pandemic the Tuesday ACA noon meeting, the Women’s and Recovery psychotherapy groups, and all yoga live in person classes here at Limitless are postponed until further…

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Coping with the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic…

Coping with the Coronavirus Pandemic - Remote Therapy with Dr. Kathy Shafer

This is a hygiene virus which means we need to “clean up our act”! There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 virus is scary. Anything on a pandemic scale such as this is forcing us to sit up, and pay attention…but not to panic. This unprecedented fear of the unknown we’re all dealing with is taking…

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The Adverse Affects of Technology on Family

Parents and other human beings have allowed electronic devices to officially take over their daily lives. Not only do you work on a computer or phone, but you socialize on one too. As a parent, you complain about the screen time your kids are racking up, that their faces are always stuck in their phones…

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Dr. Kathy Shafer Tells Her Story in Palm Beach Post Feature

Dr. Kathy Shafer was recently interviewed and featured in the Palm Beach Post to talk about her journey with cancer and how it affected her life as a woman and a therapist, specifically, how she managed her recovery using Yoga, Meditation, Massage, and yes, therapy! Even therapists need help and the Sari Center was vital…

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The Realities of Burnout and Tips to Beat It

Realities of Burnout and Tips on How to Beat It.

Since the World Health Organization announced Burnout as an official medical diagnosis earlier this year, it’s been all over the media. It’s not that the concept is new, researchers have been studying it since the 1970’s. In fact, it’s one of the most widely discussed mental health issues in today’s society. It’s only recently been…

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Be Your Own Loving Parent

Be Your Own Loving Parent by Dr Kathy Shafer Jupiter Therapist

Parents and caregivers spend an extraordinary amount of time taking care of both the physical and emotional needs of others, especially children. The whole concept of loving ourselves is often ignored and our own personal needs and feelings are put on hold. It’s not typically a conscious act, but this type of self-neglect can have…

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EMDR, Trauma and Addiction

EMDR, Trauma and Addiction - Jupiter Therapist Dr. Kathy Shafer

The brain and the body are always adjusting to what is going on internally (perception) and externally (environment). Most of this incredible natural healing and coping occurs during sleep, especially during rapid eye movement (REM) between 1:00-4:00 AM. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, known as EMDR, is an integrative psychotherapy approach guided by the Adaptive…

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Vibrating Health Through The Chakras (Part 3 of 3)

Vibrating Health Through the Chakras

Clearing the whirlpools of energetic vibration with movement is what purifies the chakra system. By releasing physical tension, you transform thought patterns or beliefs that hold this tension in place. Even 10 minutes of daily yoga, movement, or some type of contemplative practice increases stress resilience, reduces anxiety, and teaches how to refrain from engaging…

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Relationship Between Trauma and Chakra Energies (Part 2 of 3)

Relationship Between Trauma and Chakra Energies

The following is a brief overview that provides introductory information to help you appreciate the relationship between trauma and chakra energy. Imagine the seven chakra wheels as spinning vibrations of energy that contain certain physical, mental, and spiritual content. This article breaks down the function of each chakra, and the yoga pose that can energize…

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