Have you ever thought about what it truly means to be honest? Does how honest we are really affect the quality of our lives? Are there different types of honesty or is it a one size fits all concept? These are questions I’ve been pondering and discussing with clients recently that deserve attention to, because I have seen how having these answers for yourself can really help your understanding of the problems you face, especially when it comes to addiction.
Supportive, Neutral, or Destructive?
Create a simple goal for yourself to INCREASE the supportive people in your life & DECREASE the destructive people in your life.
Sobriety as a Young Adult + the Holidays
Holiday parties can be great for people who choose to drink, but they can be hard for someone who has chosen sobriety.
Anchor Points in Addiction Recovery
Any time we walk into something that is more ambiguous, or when we don’t know exactly where we’re going, we want to have some anchor points, things we can come back to.
Letting Go of Perfectionism
What can we do about this self-destructive and addictive belief system of perfectionism and is it all bad?
When to Seek a Counselor
While reasons for seeking a counselor can vary, today we are discussing four of the most common reasons to seek therapy.
Is it time for a break? 30 Days Without Alcohol and How to Get Started
Taking a break from alcohol can help identify the motivations behind your drinking patterns and reset your mind and body.
Chemical Addiction vs Process/Behavioral Addiction
Ultimately, all addictions are based out of fear to one extent or another. If you or someone you know is suffering from any type of addiction, seek support!
Is Psychotherapy Good For Business?
Can psychotherapy be good for business? According to the World Health Organization, the answer is yes. And the financial upside is higher than you might think. It is no secret that mental illness is becoming an epidemic. According to the WHO, more than 300 million people are currently living with … Read More
Divorce: Dad or Mom left…now what?
Navigating divorce is difficult. There are many causes for divorce. A few of these are: Affairs Grown apart/fallen out of love Addiction Incompatible Divorce becomes even more complex when there are children involved. Many times, parents become bitter and angry towards each other and it is hard to treat each … Read More
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