Choose Your Thoughts Around Food
As a psychotherapist, I help people lessen their personal suffering and experience more joy and peace. How? By learning to separate what they can’t control from what they can control.
Read the full article from FabUplus, March 2018
Eating Out in Style
While you’re celebrating your curves with the latest fall fashion line-up, why not enjoy some fine dining as well?
Read the full article from FabUplus, September 2017
4 Ways Introverts are Secretly Getting Ahead
Introverts can be seen as rude or as lacking leadership qualities. But being good at parties doesn’t always translate to being good at business.
Read the full article from Headspace, April 2016
An Introvert’s Guide to Holiday Parties
The holiday season is full of parties that, for an introvert, can feel overwhelming and exhausting.
Read the full article from Canadian Living, December 2015
Opening the Dialogue With Your Daughter
Give your daughter the confidence she needs, and empower her to make smart decisions.
Read the full article from Canadian Living, July 2013
An Excerpt from Midwife your Midlife by Esther Kane, MSW
As a women’s psychotherapist, I am constantly sitting in the presence of women at all stages of midlife (I understand that officially, we are sitting solidly in midlife as women when we are between the ages of forty and sixty).
Read the full excerpt on Halli Casser-Jayne’s Blog, January 2013
Fat Shaming, Bikinis and Mommy Wars
Just when you thought (hoped?) the Mommy Wars had ended in an armistice, it’s simply moved on to a new front: mommy’s backside.
Read the full article from Canadian Family, July 2014
3 Ways to Help Your Tweens Have Positive Relationships
Relationships can be a hard thing to manage for growing tweens. Here are a few tips on how to help them along the way.
Read the full article from Canadian Living, August 2013
How to Find Your Perfect Match
Increase the odds of meeting your match with these five dating resolutions.
Read the full article from Canadian Living, September 2012
10 Signs It’s Time To Take a Vacation
Debating over taking a vacation this summer? Whether it’s for your health, your relationships or simply your sanity, there are hundreds of reasons to take a vacation.
Read the full article from Reader’s Digest, June 2012
How to Make Time for Mom Time
How can you be a great mom, and still get some me time?
Read the full article from ParentsCanada, June 2012
Why You Binge and How to Stop
Constant overeating can stem from external and internal triggers – but there are steps you can take to stop bingeing and get healthy.
Read the full article from Everyday Health, March 2012