Moral Hangover????

In a recent conversation with a few very bright, high achieving college students in my practice, we have uncovered insights into destructive behaviors patterns. These patterns are typically invisible or blind spots that tend to be automatic and unconscious. Unfortunately,

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Lets begin with some ancient wisdom. Do you have a realistic view of how powerful your mind is regarding influencing your mood? There is a way to find out the impact on your emotions, life, decisions, and outcomes of your behavior.

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Why Worry?????

Recently, a reprint of the book Why Worry by friend and prolific author, Eric A. Kimmel was recently released. Gayle and I loved this book and read it to our children, then sent it around to friends and because we liked it so

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Meditation Class

Zazen, which means sitting meditation. If you have ever been interested in learning to meditate, you can’t find better teaches than those being offered at the Houston Zen Center. Link to: Houston Zen Center. Zen, “Learning to Still Your Mind.”  Benefits and research on

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The Curse of Prorastination

Common thoughts or inner dialogue of procrastinators. “I’ll get to it later. I’ll do it tomorrow, I still have time.” Procrastination is a thief of time, value and a dream killer. Well, what is really happening is avoidance, fear, anxiety

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Compassion Fatigue in Lawyers

This is a wonderful panel discussion put on by the Texas Bar to help lawyers with managing their lives in a positive manner. This is a link to the podcast.  TLAP Podcast Chris Ritter and Eric Grigg from TLAP describing

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Criticize or Affirm Your Child…

Take a moment to consider how much of the time are you correcting, criticizing or critiquing your child’s behavior? If your comment count is not more positive than negative, you might want to rethink how and what your communication is

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Compassion Fatigue–What is it? What to Do?

On Friday, January 11th, 2019, I participated on an esteemed panel of professionals from the Texas Bar Association in collaboration with TLPA (Texas Lawyers’ Assistance Program) and TYLA (Texas Young Lawyers Association) on the topic of “Compassion Fatigue” among lawyers.

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Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor brings thirty years of experience in practicing counseling psychology with individuals and couples. His approach is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Specific specialties include; anxiety and stress management, chronic pain & chronic illness management, depression, substance abuse evaluations, employee assistance and executive coaching for workplace performance and leadership.