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    Still the Snowglobe

    THIS is my favorite snow globe. It sits on a windowsill, next to where I sit in my Office, so every now and then, sunlight shines through it and makes a rainbow-colored prism on the wall. It’s my favorite for several reasons. Partly because a dear friend gave it to me; Partly because the rocks […]

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    Themes From Therapy

    Did you ever wonder what is talked about in therapy? No, I don’t mean what the clients talk about – that’s more confidential than “What Happens In Vegas.” I’m talking about what the psychologist says in therapy. Believe it or not, there are often themes that occur in therapy, and some topics arise rather frequently. […]

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    About Snowglobes

    Many people love Snow globes. Filled with water and fluffy snow, Snow globes usually have a pretty scene inside, like a famous city, or a landmark, or a view that is peaceful and calming. If you shake the globe around, the snow inside the sphere goes swirling all around, blurring the water, and hiding the […]

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    First Blog Post

    Hello, and welcome to “Don’t Shake My Snowglobe.” My name is Deborah Yesu, and I am the author of this blog page. I have a Doctorate in Clinical Psychologist, and I work with children, teenagers, and adults, along with their families, in a private practice. I have an office where I work with people seeking […]

  • IMG-0129

    Still the Snowglobe

    THIS is my favorite snow globe. It sits on a windowsill, next to where I sit in my Office, so every now and then, sunlight shines through it and makes a rainbow-colored prism on the wall. It’s my favorite for several reasons. Partly because a dear friend gave it to me; Partly because the rocks […]

  • IMG-0130

    Themes From Therapy

    Did you ever wonder what is talked about in therapy? No, I don’t mean what the clients talk about – that’s more confidential than “What Happens In Vegas.” I’m talking about what the psychologist says in therapy. Believe it or not, there are often themes that occur in therapy, and some topics arise rather frequently. […]

  • ArticleDefault

    About Snowglobes

    Many people love Snow globes. Filled with water and fluffy snow, Snow globes usually have a pretty scene inside, like a famous city, or a landmark, or a view that is peaceful and calming. If you shake the globe around, the snow inside the sphere goes swirling all around, blurring the water, and hiding the […]

  • Blog1

    First Blog Post

    Hello, and welcome to “Don’t Shake My Snowglobe.” My name is Deborah Yesu, and I am the author of this blog page. I have a Doctorate in Clinical Psychologist, and I work with children, teenagers, and adults, along with their families, in a private practice. I have an office where I work with people seeking […]

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ABOUT ME

Deborah A. Yesu, Psy.D. is the creator and developer of “Don’t Shake My Snow Globe”. A clinical psychologist who specializes in work with children and families, she has worked in many settings, including inpatient hospitals, residential treatment, and outpatient therapy, as well as colleges and universities. She has provided public speaking on various topics, such as diagnostics, parenting, and behavior management. She currently has a private practice, providing psychological services to all ages. Dr. Yesu was born in North Carolina, and grew up in Southern Ohio. She received her BA in Psychology in 1989. She then completed her Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) at Nova Southeastern University (1997) in Florida, specializing in the psychology of children and adults with chronic and persistent mental illness. Since then, she has lived in New England, Illinois (Chicago), and Missouri (Springfield). Having lived in such a variety of communities has given Dr. Yesu the unique opportunity to work with a wide range of cultures and people. In her free time, Dr. Yesu fills her life with family and friends. Her husband of 20 years, and her two teenage children, two cats, and a dog fill her life with love and joy. She plays piano, accompanying singers and choral groups in the community. She also enjoys reading, her Book Club, and having lunch with friends.

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ABOUT “DON’T
SHAKE MY
SNOWGLOBE”

“Don’t Shake My Snowglobe” is a philosophy of living, helping to improve the way you relate to yourself, and others around you. It’s a way of calming yourself in the moment, so that no matter what the world sends your way, you are able to react in a more thoughtful way, in all areas of your life. It is hoped that in these writings, you will join me in this journey to learn how to be still within yourself, so that you can enjoy the life that is possible with improved inner peace. By stilling your own Snowglobe, you create peace within yourself, that can then radiate out from you, and positively effect those around you. That peace that spreads out from you will help to fulfill the obligation that we all have in our relationships with each other and the world. Join me as we make the world a more peaceful place: One person, one family, one home at a time.

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Dr. Yesu

ABOUT ME

Deborah A. Yesu, Psy.D. is the creator and developer of “Don’t Shake My Snow Globe”. A clinical psychologist who specializes in work with children and families, she has worked in many settings, including inpatient hospitals, residential treatment, and outpatient therapy, as well as colleges and universities. She has provided public speaking on various topics, such as diagnostics, parenting, and behavior management. She currently has a private practice, providing psychological services to all ages. Dr. Yesu was born in North Carolina, and grew up in Southern Ohio. She received her BA in Psychology in 1989. She then completed her Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) at Nova Southeastern University (1997) in Florida, specializing in the psychology of children and adults with chronic and persistent mental illness. Since then, she has lived in New England, Illinois (Chicago), and Missouri (Springfield). Having lived in such a variety of communities has given Dr. Yesu the unique opportunity to work with a wide range of cultures and people. In her free time, Dr. Yesu fills her life with family and friends. Her husband of 20 years, and her two teenage children, two cats, and a dog fill her life with love and joy. She plays piano, accompanying singers and choral groups in the community. She also enjoys reading, her Book Club, and having lunch with friends.

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ABOUT “DON’T
SHAKE MY
SNOWGLOBE”

“Don’t Shake My Snowglobe” is a philosophy of living, helping to improve the way you relate to yourself, and others around you. It’s a way of calming yourself in the moment, so that no matter what the world sends your way, you are able to react in a more thoughtful way, in all areas of your life. It is hoped that in these writings, you will join me in this journey to learn how to be still within yourself, so that you can enjoy the life that is possible with improved inner peace. By stilling your own Snowglobe, you create peace within yourself, that can then radiate out from you, and positively effect those around you. That peace that spreads out from you will help to fulfill the obligation that we all have in our relationships with each other and the world. Join me as we make the world a more peaceful place: One person, one family, one home at a time.

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DrYesu@dontshakemysnowglobe.com

FOLLOW ME:

DrYesu@dontshakemysnowglobe.com