My Therapist Broke Up With Me

Breaking up with your therapist might seem like a weird thing to say; but I assure you it's not as weird as it may sound. Although a professional relationship, therapist-patient relationships have the unique component of an intimacy due to the nature of what gets discussed in sessions. A trust has to be built in... Continue Reading →

Restorative Counseling Services

Restorative Counseling might be thinking how odd of a title this is; especially with my absence from writing on this blog. However, mental health care is a prominent feature of this blog. If you've been an reader for some time (and even if you haven't); you're somewhat familiar with the fact that I'm forever... Continue Reading →

Now Hiring: How to Find Your Perfect Therapist

When you hear the words, “now hiring” the last person to come to mind maybe a therapist. Yes, YOU are technically hiring your therapist. Just as a company reviews your qualifications, references, etc before inviting you to an interview or offering you a position, we should be doing the same. Any one you’re paying for... Continue Reading →

3 Lessons I Learned While Single

3 lessons I learned while single might be a little misleading. I definitely learned more but these were the lessons that stuck out the most. Being that I'm married, I usually refrain from offering up advice on dating because it's been quite sometime since I've been un-partnered. I exist as a listening ear for my... Continue Reading →

Impostor Syndrome – What I’ve Learned

Impostor syndrome is a term that you may or may not be familiar with. It's defined as: a pattern of behavior where people doubt their accomplishments and have a persistent, often internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud. - Psychology Today While it's a term that we may more frequently hear now, it was coined by... Continue Reading →

Healing Isn’t Linear

When we experience trauma in our lives whether emotionally,mentally or physically; somewhere in our minds we have the desire to get over or to heal from said trauma. Self help books, talk show therapists and self proclaimed gurus alike often tell us that we can get over our pain. And they are correct, we can... Continue Reading →

4 Ways to Combat Your Depression

Here on this blog, you all KNOW how much mental health is a big deal. I try to share information I think will be helpful, so today's post is no different! Did you know that one in ten adults suffer from depression? That seems like it is such a crazy statistic, but it’s true. And,... Continue Reading →

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