An Extraordinary Gift

April 25, 2017By The Calli Institute

April is National Autism Awareness Month, a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness, acceptance, and inclusion. Tens of thousands of individuals in our country face an autism diagnosis each year, and while autism itself is widespread, public awareness is not. In celebration of the 2017 National Autism Awareness Month, we’d like to share the video … Read More

How Do You Know When You Are Mentally Healthy?

February 22, 2016By The Calli Institute

We can look in the mirror and see a radiant glow in our skin, shiny hair, firm muscle tone and a smile on our faces that reflect a healthy body. We can measure our blood pressure, lipid, thyroid and blood sugar levels (among many things) to confirm good physical health. But how do we truly … Read More

Pain is a Teacher

February 4, 2014By Cathy Malmon, LMFT, LICSW

Pain is a teacher. It reminds us of our limitations, our frailty and our vulnerability. I have been increasingly disabled by arthritis in my right hip. This was likely generated by a riding fall I had 3 years ago. I have or had considered myself active , healthy and pretty resilient. The pain has become … Read More