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The Real Truth About Work/Life Balance: Part I

April 22nd, 2018|0 Comments

Pssst... it has nothing to do with 'taking time to get a massage or a vacation' or whatever else the magazine at the supermarket checkout tells you to do! work/life In this multi-part blog post [...]

What About the Babies?

April 15th, 2018|0 Comments

Often, when I tell people I work with very young children within the mental health field, I am greeted with confused looks or questions such as, “How can a young child have mental health?” I [...]

Social Media Safety for Parents

April 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Many children and teens today don’t know a life without technology, and for those of us who can remember a time without Facebook, Instagram, and Google in our pockets, that idea may seem bizarre. Lots [...]

What I Want You to Know About Therapy

March 25th, 2018|0 Comments

I have been in therapy on and off since my adolescent years. I always had a draw to going but often left feeling like a skeptic to the whole experience. Even after graduating from graduate [...]

Spring Cleaning

March 19th, 2018|0 Comments

As we approach the end of winter and the glorious rejuvenation of spring, many of us feel compelled to do some spring cleaning. We’ve endured a long winter spent cooped up inside (for those of [...]

Emotional First Aid

March 11th, 2018|0 Comments

Have you ever been on an airplane and heard the flight attendant give their speech about seatbelts, emergency exits, and overall safety? The part that always stands out to me is the one that includes [...]

The Butterfly Hug

March 4th, 2018|0 Comments

Life events, traumas, stressors all have the potential to leave a path of destruction often found in the form of anxiety symptoms. These may include; racing heart, racing thoughts, intrusive thoughts, obsessional thinking, rigidity of [...]

Healing Trauma

February 25th, 2018|0 Comments

Trauma occurs when a person experiences an overwhelming event (or events) that they perceive as life-threatening and which they are unable to prevent. In the face of such a threat, deeply instinctual parts of the [...]

Love Languages

February 16th, 2018|0 Comments

You’re an incredible mother. languages Let’s plan a weekend getaway. I saw these flowers on my way home and thought of you. You look stressed, let me give you a massage. I know you’ve had [...]

Desire Discrepancy Part II: Reshaping the Experience

February 11th, 2018|0 Comments

The Real Truth About Sexual Desire Discrepancy and Ways to Sync Things Up PART II Could a decrease in desire be a self-fulfilling prophecy? It’s common knowledge that one causal factor for decreased sexual desire, [...]

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