Shawna Freshwater, Ph.D.   ·   Clinical Psychologist, NeuroPsychologist & Holistic Healer   ·   Call for your free 15 min consultation (305) 343-9369
Free Yourself From Depression

Free Yourself From Depression

Freedom from Depression Essential Practices for Lasting Freedom from Depression The true source of healing from depression comes from within—not from medications. Yet when depression drains away your hope, vitality, confidence, and power, how can you find the energy to help yourself? Advanced clinical research in mind-body psychotherapies promote new and empowering healing approaches for…

Read More
Free yourself from Anxiety

Free Yourself From Anxiety

  Free Yourself From Anxiety.  Life is abundant with problems, challenges and obstacles. For every problem solved, another will present. We often think  problems, challenges, and obstacles as being negative. When we think about them as being negative or overwhelming…there will be reactive energy felt in the body in the forms of physical stress (e.g.…

Read More
Stress Anxiety

3 Types of Stress and Health Hazards

Stress is a feeling that people have when they are struggling to cope with challenges related to finances, work, relationships, environment, and other situations. Moreover, stress is felt when an individual perceives a real or imagined challenge or threat to a their well-being. People often use the word stress interchangeably with anxiety, feeling anxious, fearful,…

Read More
Resilient You

Resilient You

Every day and every moment gives you an opportunity to start over and be resilient. You are resilient and are capable to withstand and recover quickly from difficult conditions. You may not think so, but that is just your conditioned thought patterns. Conditioned thought patterns & core beliefs result in conditioned patterns of responding: actions…

Read More
Mindfulness SATI Presence

Mindfulness Practice and Practice of Presence

Rhys Davids in 1881 coined the word “mindfulness” from the original seminal text in the Buddhist teachings, the Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta. Rhys Davids translated “Sati” from the Buddhist context “present-moment awareness” to “mindfulness”. I do not find any literature why Rhys Davis chose “mindfulness”.   As “mindfulness” is not an accurate translation  of “Sati”. The use of…

Read More