About Lisa A. Miles
Lisa A. Miles has been uniquely blending her expertise in self-development, mental health and the creative arts for over 25 years. Based in Pittsburgh, Penn., she is a coach/ consultant who advises individually and for business, author of two books (one about an institutionalized artist), professional speaker, and composer/ performer on violin and mandolin (including collaborative work with Jungian therapists). Also available as a coach working virtually, Lisa is included in the international Life Quality Improvement directory. Please check out her webpage at lisamilesviolin.com.
Articles by Lisa A. Miles:
Balance: How to Get There in Your Work & Life, Part 2
Balance: How to Get There in Your Work & Life, Part 1
The Psychology of Workplace Leadership: Strong, Steady Transformation
Early Wounding & Dysfunctional Family Roles
To Get a Leg Up, Start Teaching Mental Health in Junior High
Reincarnation or Just Ancestral Facets?
Schizotypal Disorder: Similar to Other Disorders, Yet Unique
Can You Find Mental Health & Happiness in a Home?
Zen & Martial Arts Life Lessons: The Path Around Anger
Motivational Enhancement Therapy: Treatment For Substance Abuse & More
Self-image, Identity & the Tools of Personal Branding
Summertime Good Reads in Psychology & Mental Health
Presence: Striving to Find Your Authentic Sense of Self
Should You Be Using the Myers-Briggs in Your Workplace?
Strategies to Help Remove Stress From Your Work Schedule
Talking to Others: How to Be Empathetic & Effective
Brain Chemistry Altered by Later Life Experience, Part 2
Brain Chemistry Altered by Early Life Experience, Part 1
Advocacy: Striving for Wholeness after Mental Health Awareness Month
Aromatherapy: The Good Smells That Can Make You Happier
Are Artists Crazy?
Inner Courage = Peace
Fresh Perspectives from Shambhala
Families Could Help More in Treatment, If HIPAA Allowed It
Mike Webster & the NFL Lawsuit over Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
Meditations on Yoga & More
Taking Time to Reboot Yourself
Attaining Your Goals: Risk, Reward & Humility
3 Questions to Nurture New Channels of Growth
Self-Development as Balm
Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Not Just for Mental Illness
Unspoken Bargains in Our Daily Relationships