Depression is experienced by a lot of people and is a common reason why people seek counseling. Depression is characterized by feelings of sadness and hopelessness, diminished interest in activities one use to find pleasurable, significant weight loss or weight gain or decrease or increase in appetite, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, insomnia or hypersomnia, feelings of [...]
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Each April is Awareness month for two big issues: Autism and Child Abuse. As a provider who has encountered both of these big issues in practice, I have seen how life-impacting they are for both clients and for their families. Here’s a few things you might not have known about them, and some useful information [...]
April is Child Abuse Awareness month. What does it mean to be aware of child abuse? How do we recognize the signs of a child being abused? How can we break the cycle in our families? What does open communication look like with our children? According to the American Society for the Positive Care of [...]
“There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy.” –Friedrich Nietzsche As a body psychotherapist, I encourage clients to honor their mind and body where they currently are, in their journey to healing; however, if a client is engaged in an ongoing struggle with an eating disorder, they are not able [...]
Communication is an essential part of making any relationship work. Whether this is with a partner, family, friends, or co-workers, healthy communication can promote successful relationships. Here are some tips to have healthy communication with your partner. Find the right timing. Try to choose a time where there are limited distractions. Avoid times when someone [...]
Veterans and Active Duty: Many active duty military members and Veterans show signs of a mental health condition. There are some very important questions that military personnel often ask: what are the treatment options other than the VA, are there resources for family members and how to make the transition from military life to civilian [...]
As a yoga teacher, the two of the most common response I hear when I tell people I teach yoga is “I can’t do yoga, I am not flexible” and “I did yoga but I was bad at it”. The ability to practice yoga is not based on flexibility or measuring the value of your physical practice. Yoga [...]