The Cost of not doing therapy…

Have you been thinking about reaching out for weeks or months? Maybe you wanted to years ago, life got in the way, and now you feel like you have nowhere else to turn. What is the biggest obstacle in your way to reaching out and booking that first session? If … Read More

Music and Mental Health

I remember being a teenager and getting my first ipod for Christmas. I was so excited to be able to carry music with me wherever I went! Nowadays with Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube and other streaming platforms, our access to music is practically unlimited.  I’ve always loved music. I love … Read More

Laughter as a Coping Strategy

In these seasons and more broadly in general, incorporating humor as a coping strategy can bring some positive color back into daily life.

What is self-care, really?

Self-care needs to be considered a daily practice or it can lead to a cycle of burning out, adding in self care, and burning out again.

People Need to Change

The people we want to change are often not in the counseling room with us. Dare I say that this can often be a rub of individual counseling.

Why is it so difficult to rest?

For some of us, it can be difficult to shut down our productivity mindset and rest. So what do we do if we suspect this drive to avoid rest has some unhealthy roots?