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Authentic Happiness Website
Wilkinson Rebecca

08/18 Out of the Mouth of Babes

August 2018 Summer is over and so ends our youth series. We thank Tabitha, Gioia’s 18 year old daughter, for reminding us how easy it is to not only take the people that we care about for granted but to

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Attending to the Good
Wilkinson Rebecca

07/18 42 Small Things That Had a Positive Impact

July 2018 Annabel, Gioia’s 16 year-old daughter, reappears this month as the subject of our summer “Youth Series”. Similar to last month’s theme, “Attending to the Good “, which is designed to bring conscious focus to what is functioning in

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Art therapy
Wilkinson Rebecca

06/18 Expression = Relief

June 2018 Continuing with our summer “Youth Series” we asked Annabel, Gioia’s 16 year-old daughter, to do artwork in response to some of the directives we often give to our clients. We wanted a teenager’s perspective on those themes.  She chose “Attending

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children
Wilkinson Rebecca

05/18 Being Kind to Our Special Ones

May 2018 Gioia and Rebecca have enlisted Gioia’s daughters to do a “Youth Series” for our newsletters this summer so you will be hearing more from them. This month Tabitha, Gioia’s oldest daughter, wrote about her relationship with her little

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Dan Tomasulo
Wilkinson Rebecca

04/18 NOT Therapy

April 2018 When we are working with people who are trying to experience more positivity and wellbeing, we often ask them to imagine what their lives would be like if things were the best that they could be.  Where would they

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children
Wilkinson Rebecca

03/18 Shout Out to the VIA Youth Strengths Survey

March 2018 We often focus on identifying and building on strengths in our newsletters; however, usually it is related to our work with adults. This newsletter will launch our summer series of newsletters on working with children, teens and young

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