How is Your Sleep Hygiene?

Note from Rebecca: Just days before Day Light Savings ends, we thought it would be good to address one of the most important tenants of health: our sleep hygiene. We are a tired nation with a high threshold for pushing through our exhaustion. But not meeting our sleep needs while trying to maintain a high […]

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Stretch + Breathe Workshop Series

Kelly Schauermann is kicking of the first workshop series in Potentia’s new space on Saturday, November 1, 2014. Register soon and save your space for this affordable workshop series – only $60 for all four weeks! Contact Kelly at kelly@potentiatherapy.com with any questions. Make a commitment to yourself and carve out some time to care […]

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Are you in? Fat Talk Free Week 2014

I really appreciate the leadership of Delta Delta Delta and their vision for Fat Talk Free Week. This year’s Fat Talk Free Week kicks off tomorrow and runs through Friday, October 20th. I value taking a week – with the hope it will extend longer – to intentionally redirect fat talk in our heads, with […]

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You are invited! Potentia Celebration + Open House

I know there is never a lack of events, meetings, parties and kid activities to add to your calender but I am hoping those of you in the San Diego area can squeeze in some time to drop by our Celebration and Open House next Friday, October 24th between 4-8PM. It will be a great […]

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5 Surprising Ways to Love Your Partner

Note from Rebecca: I am thrilled to introduce you to Brian Reiswig, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist Intern. I first met Brian when he was a graduate student of mine last spring. His big heart, sharp mind, wisdom and calming presence inspired me to invite him to join the Potentia clinical team and I am […]

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Potentia is 6!

Several years ago, I had this picture in my head of a beautiful space where people could receive collaborative and specialized care all under the same roof. Six years ago this month, Potentia’s incorporation papers were filed and the dream started to take fruition. I can laugh now but looking back six years ago, things […]

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How a Kindergarten Teacher Builds Community

Every day before my daughter’s school starts, she has 15 minutes to run laps with all of her K-4 classmates. The idea of moving to the track was very daunting for all of the kindergartners and their parents. We started off at the Kindergarten-Only playground for the first couple months of school. It was like […]

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Scarcity and the Cracks in the Road

On our walk to my daughter’s school this morning, we ran into a couple of power-walkers from the neighborhood. One of the power-walkers stopped and asked us to weigh in on a bet between the of them. “These newly paved roads – how long do you think it will take until they start showing cracks? […]

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Faith Fasting and Disordered Eating

Last week I had the pleasure of doing an on-camera interview for undergraduate PLNU communications student, Amy Cyr. Inspired after reading this article, Amy focused her story on faith fasting and explored how fasting in your faith community may be a trigger to develop disordered eating patterns or engage deeper in an already existing eating […]

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