Contact Rachel at 301-655-8462Rachel Dack is a Licensed Psychotherapist and a Nationally Certified Counselor who is passionate about helping others achieve positive wellbeing and partake in healthy, satisfying relationships with others. Rachel offers psychotherapy for individuals (children, adolescents and adults), couples and families in her Bethesda, Maryland office. Rachel also serves as a relationship coach for adults who are looking for love and would like support with dating, intimacy and relationship building.
Monthly Archives: March 2011
The purpose of this exercise is to cultivate gratitude and to take in the support that you have. Therefore, this letter is for you. However, if it feels right to share it with your person (and you are able to reach them), consider sharing your letter. Continue reading
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When we live authentically, we are able to show the world our true selves and let go of our need to hide behind a mask. Living this way is not necessarily an easy task due to societal expectations and pressure … Continue reading
Read below for 12 tips for maintaining a hopeful and optimistic perspective. Expect that good things will come to you and when they do, acknowledge them. Make a gratitude list every day. When you encounter feelings or situations that are … Continue reading
Reflect on the above quote in your journal. What does it mean to you? How much do you agree with it? Write about the abundance that you have in your life and think about your methods of feeling full and grateful. How content are you with what you have? Do you tend to take what you have for granted? How can you consciously recognize the abundance that you have and tune into the abundance that is already a part of your life? Continue reading
This Los Angeles Times article on happiness and focus brings up several interesting points and ideas about the connection between the mind and happiness. It discusses the impact that our perceptions have on our experiences and levels of happiness. The authors suggest that how we feel or think (about what we are doing) is a better predictor of happiness than what we are actually doing. Continue reading