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Kratom: Seizures, Respiratory Depression, and Relapse

The New York Times published an article about the dangerous affects of the substance Kratom on individuals and identified it’s significant addictive tendencies. Despite the evidence of its continued concern lawmakers appear unable to fully ban its distribution in several Smoke and Beverage Shops under the surnames of Kava and Ketum, used to avoid any […]

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Two Factors That Will Help Your Resolutions Last!

I am a fan of New Year’s Resolutions because I believe that there is always room for improvement, so why not give yourself an official start and end date to achieve these goals. Whether or not you are losing weight, making more time to spend with your children, or saving money, January 1st is a […]

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How Social Media is Affecting You This Holiday Season

When you open Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc) what do you see? Presents, family, cars, promotions, and work anniversaries. As humans we naturally compare our life circumstances to those messages we receive from social media. We often wish for our lives to be as picturesque as the lives of others that we see. […]

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Psychological Toll of A Terrorist Attack

In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernadino with a casualty toll of 144, the number of people injured from these events are boundless. Often times we focus our efforts on those closest to the event but the psychological toll of a terrorist attack behaves more like a ripple in a […]

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Beware of Real-Life Zombies

BEWARE Emotional Monsters Zombies Zombies are lonely creatures that wander aimlessly. They often follow the path of the others but don’t find themselves very connected to those around them. They go through the motions of their days. They wake up, go to work, feed, come home, and zone out for the remainder of the evening. […]

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Happier Hour!

Join us for Happier Hour on October 16th from 5:30-8PM at 4613 W. North A Street Tampa, FL 33609. Meet Enso Behavioral Healthcare, The Eva Claire Corporation, and Monroe Consulting at their Collaborative Networking Event. Enjoy music, speciality coffees, and door prizes. Sponsorship opportunities and door prizes are available contact Angie 727.386.6495 for more information.

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Come see our Exhibit at the STCOC Business Expo

Enso will be attending the South Tampa Chamber of Commerce Business Expo Event. Expect to gain some great information about our company as well as what we can do for you and your family, individually, or corporation. Keep an eye out for your creative tablescape and Angie’s bright smiling face. See you for networking on […]

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Mindfulness is Crucial for a Healthy Relationship

“He left the toilet seat up, AGAIN! I don’t know why he keeps doing this to me? I swear it’s just to piss me off!” Says one of the clients in a couples counseling session. She’s angry and looking at him with her intimidatingly contemptuous glare. This is their second session. They started coming to […]

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Respect Dare: Challenge #2 Childhood Introspection

My sister convinced me to do the Respect Dare with her where we talk to each other every night. I have to admit I wasn’t looking forward to this. Mostly because I justified that my relationship is just fine how it is. That it’s not like my parents marriage, so I MUST be good. (Can you […]

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Common Pitfalls of Effective Leadership

It was easy to read Patrick Lencioni’s fictional tale of an Extraordinary Executive in “The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive”, but what was most astonishing is how these principles fail in business everyday. Let’s explore some of the common pitfalls and remedies to each principle. Know One Another’s’ Unique Strengths and Weaknesses. It’s easy enough […]

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