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049 – Anxiety is the New Depression: What?۪s NEW in Whole Person Solutions

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By ADAM WITTCOP, 2 years ago

Gambling

Gambling Gregory Jantz, Ph.D. Gambling is an issue that is rarely discussed, but impacts many people. Dr. Gregg Jantz explores what problems gambling entails and why it is such a draw for those who get caught in its grasp. Viewers will learn the signs of problem gambling, both inward and outward, and delve into the […]

By THE AACC, 3 years ago
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Wisdom 101

Gregory Jantz, Ph.D. An excess, by its very nature, is generally an unwise thing. For us, excess means more than necessary. Excess is what gets us in trouble. A personal needs to work but shouldn’t become a workaholic. A personal needs clothing but shouldn’t become a shopaholic. A personal needs to eat but shouldn’t become […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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A Message for Teens about Punishment and Consequences

Gregory Jantz, Ph.D.   When you royally mess up, there is a heavenly punishment and there is earthly punishment. God’s taken care of the heavenly punishment through Jesus, but you will probably still have your parents to deal with on earth. Different paths have different ideas about punishment. I remember growing up and being so […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Can Childhood Abuse Lead to Relationship Addiction?

Gregory Jantz, Ph.D.   The emotional costs of childhood abuse are significant, but regrettably, they are not the only costs. The long-term effects often manifest later in life and are, therefore, difficult to connect back to the events of an abusive childhood. In addition, the cumulative effects of emotional trauma may take years to reach […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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A Message to Teens About Peer Pressure

Gregory Jantz, Ph.D.   Peer means someone like you, someone on the same level as you. Peers are those around your same age, the kids you go to school with. How nice are the kids you go to school with? I imagine some of them are pretty nice, but I also know some of them […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Growth Comes Through Adversity

  What I’ve come to understand is that for you to rejoice over some of the challenges you face in life, you need to maintain a banked fire of joy. That fire is up to the task of warming your heart at all times and perfectly capable of exploding in fireworks at others. In order […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago
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Do You Categorize Emotional Abuse As Normal?

More than twenty years ago, I wrote a book on emotional abuse because I wasn’t finding much acknowledgment regarding the damage I was seeing in my clients from emotional or psychological abuse. One question I asked in that book was why emotional abuse was so common. I concluded that emotional abuse was so prevalent because […]

By DJONES, 4 years ago

CounselBytes Podcast

AACC MEMBERS ONLY AREA Back to Selection September 2021 Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Gregory Jantz and Michele Louivere “Mental Health in America” July 2021 Janet Parshall, Debra Fileta, Dr. Gary Sibcy and Dr. Mark Mayfield “COVID-19, Mental Health and the Road Forward” May 2021 Janet Parshall, Dr. Michael Lyles, Dr. Caroline Leaf, and Dr. Sharon […]

By JEVAN FLEENOR, 4 years ago
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Overcoming Negativity and Learning to Let Go

Dr. Gregory Jantz, Ph.D. Originally posted 7/3/15 Don’t miss Dr. Jantz speaking at the AACC Fall CMHC summit in Naperville IL, Nov. 3-5 2016! Click Here for More Information!     The fabric of our lives is made up of all the threads we choose to hold on to. Every event, every circumstance, every impression produces […]

By THE AACC, 5 years ago