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A Letter to My Narcissistic Parent

Written by an anonymous contributor in the United States, not a client nor anyone located in the state of California. Any similarities to client stories or contacts are purely a function of how narcissistic personalities happen to work. Manipulation, gaslighting, and other tactics are common, which is why parts of this content are likely to…

An Open Letter to My Narcissistic Ex

Written by an anonymous contributor in the United States, not a client nor anyone located in the state of California. Any similarities to client stories or contacts are purely a function of how narcissistic personalities happen to work. Manipulation, gaslighting, and other tactics are common, which is why parts of this content are likely to…

How to Survive the Holidays after a Breakup

The holidays are usually a time for joy and celebration, but after a breakup, they can feel like anything but. When you’re newly single, suddenly all of your holiday plans feel are thrown up in the air. You may be asking yourself, “What now?” You were expecting to spend this season with someone special. However,…

Co-Parenting With Children Over the Holidays 

As a mom who has children with an ex-partner, the holidays can be a challenge. Trying to put aside your issues for the sake of the kids, while still fulfilling your parental obligations. It’s important to remember that co-parenting doesn’t mean you have to be best friends with your ex. Because let’s be honest, that’s…

Trauma Triggers: 5 Tips on Navigating Them During the Holidays

Everyone talks about how the holidays are a time of joy and happiness. But for those living with trauma and mental health conditions, the holidays can be a particularly difficult time. Maybe you are struggling with memories of past traumas, or simply dealing with overwhelming triggers. It can be hard to navigate through the holiday…

EMDR Therapy and LGBTQIA+ Women in the Workplace

You’re one of the few, proud, LGBTQIA+ women in the workplace. You’ve worked hard to get where you are, and now you’re faced with a whole new set of challenges. Perhaps, you’re the only LGBTQIA+ woman in your office. So, when any of your colleagues want an opinion on “the gay experience”, you’re the one…

How EMDR Can Help: Microaggressions in the Workplace

You’re seeking out EMDR treatment because of microaggressions in the workplace. At work, your boss casually asks you a question that makes you the mouthpiece for your entire race or ethnicity. Or, maybe an assumption is made about you or your abilities because of your race. It is especially frustrating when you are passed over…

What Is A Toxic Relationship and What Can You Do About It?

You may have heard about toxic relationships from the media, your friends, or even in therapy. So, what is a toxic relationship? It seems to be one of those things people talk about but don’t even fully understand. That’s why this blog is here to give you the tea on toxic relationships. What is a…

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