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Connecting with Yourself: Journaling Prompts & Writing Exercises

March 24th, 2020|0 Comments

When facing challenges, it can be helpful to take some time to connect with ourselves. Writing can help us process our thoughts and feelings and determine what actions we want to take. If you’re not [...]

The Mental Benefits of Prayer

March 15th, 2020|0 Comments

As a practicing Christian I often engage in prayer as a way to feel connected to my faith and God. Since this is something I practice in daily life, I thought it would be good [...]

To Our Dear Clients | COVID-19

March 13th, 2020|0 Comments

Dear Clients of Wild Tree Psychotherapy, Although we do not wish to perpetuate any hysteria surrounding this disease, we want to address the concerns that some of you may have. Our top priority continues to be [...]

Lifehacks for Tough Days and a Healthier Life

February 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

Lifehacks to Help You Reset After a Tough Day and Turn Into Habits for a Healthier Life  There is no shortage of sources of stress in today's busy culture. From office deadlines to daycare pick [...]

Seasonal Affective Disorder and Winter in Minnesota

February 9th, 2020|0 Comments

Minnesota is a hard place to live, and maybe even harder to love, between the months of October and March (or April or May). It’s cold, it’s snowy, the sunlight hours are short, the commutes [...]

Tapping into Sleep

January 4th, 2020|0 Comments

Sleep issues tend to be one of the most common symptoms that accompanies issues with anxiety. When a person’s nervous system stays in a prolonged state of fear, the sympathetic nervous system related to fight, flight, and freeze, it can be hard for the nervous system to enter into the parasympathetic nervous system, rest and relaxation, long enough for deep sleep to occur.

Befriending Our Bodies

December 14th, 2019|0 Comments

Our bodies are the tellers, the holders, the sharers, and the teachers. Throughout this past week in session, many clients have named that they are experiencing sensations in their body as “rushed, scattered, spinning, ungrounded, [...]

Mindfulness Through the Holidays

November 24th, 2019|0 Comments

The holidays are a busy time at best, for a lot of us they can be really stressful. There are plans to be made, family visits, purchases, organizing, and maybe parenting or political discussions sprinkled in there as well. Through busy-to-stressful times, it can be hard to be present, connected, and at peace.

New Year, New Goal – Shifting the Perspective & Setting Intentions

November 10th, 2019|0 Comments

Even if we have a larger goal in mind, let’s start small so we are internally reinforced by our own success. We can start to shift the unattainability to a more realistic mindset by setting daily intentions.

Building Shame Resilience

October 26th, 2019|0 Comments

Shame resiliency is being able to recognize shame when we are experiencing it and then move through it in a constructive way that allows us to maintain our authenticity and grow from our experiences.

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