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3 Tips to Manage the Stress of Unemployment

Our economic future is uncertain and many have lost their jobs. It appears that many male-dominated professions have taken the hardest hits; construction and development, managerial positions, IT, and much more. Business which were once booming have either closed their doors or downsized to simply the owner and maybe his children. Sudden unemployment for primary

By |July 14th, 2010|Anxiety, Blog, Career, Depression|0 Comments

Orlando Addictions Counseling | Tiger Woods: Sex Addiction & Treatment?

This week it was reported that Tiger Woods potentially would check himself out of a sex addiction treatment program. There is a long list of celebrities that have completed in-patient in a sex rehab. There is a prevalence of sex addiction in our society as noted by the cultural preoccupation with how sex is reflected

By |February 10th, 2010|Addictions, Adults, Blog, Marriage, Relationships, Sexual Addictions, Updates|0 Comments

Protecting Your Kids from Molesters at Water Parks

In the past month, there have been four charges of exposure or molestation in the Orlando area water parks including Typhoon Lagoon, Wet n Wild & Aquatica. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 7% of boys and 25% of girls will be molested by the age of 18. As a result of the recent

By |July 20th, 2009|Blog, Children, Family, Parenting, Sexual Abuse, Teens|0 Comments

"Missing Piece" Video Makes Debut

Florida’s Center for the Advancement of Child Welfare Practice selected Evelyn Wenzel’s seminar to videotape at the Seminole County Child Protection Conference, October 28, 2008. The video on “The Missing Piece in Sexual Abuse Treatment: The Key to Reducing the Risk of Revictimization” will appear on their website at www.centerforchildwelfare.org. The goal of the center

By |November 4th, 2008|Blog, Updates|0 Comments

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Signs and Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Over 6.6 million people (one out of every 40 people) suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCS). This disorder often begins at times of emotional stress, major life transitions, health problems, and events representing new levels of responsibility. OCD is a very time-consuming disorder and, according to the DSM-IV,

By |July 17th, 2008|Anxiety, Blog, Hoarding, Phobias|0 Comments