Almost all of us will go through some experience of trauma in our life. Trauma has a wide range and can be something like a breakup or car accident. It can also be things like childhood abuse, intimate partner violence, loss of someone you care about, racial injustice, or a natural disaster. A traumatic eventContinue reading “5 Benefits of Trauma Therapy”
Do you feel like your mood dips as the weather gets colder? The short days and long nights seem to bring down your spirits. You find yourself losing interest in your favorite hobbies. Maybe you even feel like it’s hard to get out of bed some days. And to your frustration, this happens every yearContinue reading “5 Daily Coping Strategies to Manage SAD”
You and your partner can’t communicate without bickering. Perhaps you feel you’re growing to resent your partner. Or, you’re struggling with a lack of intimacy, and hesitant to broach the topic with your partner. If these scenarios sound familiar to you, or you’re dealing with something very similar, you and your spouse might be goodContinue reading “5 Signs You May Need Marriage Counseling”
Lately, you’ve been concerned about your teenager. Maybe they haven’t been interested with connecting with their friends as much as they used to. Perhaps their teacher has called you to talk about how they have been doing in school. Or maybe they’ve been spending long hours alone in their room rather than doing the activitiesContinue reading “Does My Teen Need Therapy?”
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented countless challenges for couples. Some have had to delay weddings or other major commitments. Others argue more after so much time at home together. As a result, some have started couples therapy as a result. And, some can’t help but disagree on what steps they should take to protect themselvesContinue reading “What to do when you and your partner disagree on Covid-19 restrictions”
COVID-19 has been stressful for everyone. We have found that many parents are asking how they can help their kids during the pandemic. For many children, this has been an especially confusing time. Perhaps your own child has been feeling overwhelmed lately. Maybe they have had to attend school online, and they miss seeing friendsContinue reading “5 Ways to Help Your Kids Deal with Stress During the Pandemic”
Quarantine sucks, especially for moms. We’re the gatekeepers of our family’s routine, the trackers of all the things. One would think that cutting off all social interaction and isolating at home would give us some reprieve—a break from the chaos of keeping track of birthday parties, invites and presents; juggling school or sports practice pick-upsContinue reading “4 Things to Let Go of During Quarantine”
Thanksgiving 2020 looked a lot different than we thought it would. Many long-held traditions were skipped this year. The loss of our traditions can be disappointing, depressing, and even anxiety producing. However, changing things up opens the door to new possibilities. As we move through the next three weeks, many will likely feel the lossContinue reading “Creating New Holiday Traditions During Covid-19”
If you are a big Grey’s fan, you probably saw the episode last year where Jo works with a therapist on her long history of trauma. If you don’t have experience with EMDR therapy, it may not have really registered for you. Some people I ask about the episode don’t really remember much of it.Continue reading “EMDR Therapy Worked For Jo on Grey’s Anatomy, But Can it Work for Me?”
Therapy has completely changed since COVID 19. None of us could ever have imagined that at any point in our lives, therapy would be done almost completely online. But, COVID 19 has caused so many changes in our day to day lives. So being able to start psychotherapy from the comfort of your own homeContinue reading “What is Online Therapy?”
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