Female body hair has been discussed in many ways, making it a political and yet freeing statement for female bodied individuals everywhere. … Read More The Political Statement of Body hair
Black lives matter. This week has made me think on so many levels, finally forcing me to take a bigger stand on oppression and being loud about it. Now is not the time for silence. In the past few days I’ve felt powerless, frustrated, devastated, and lost. And I know it’s only a fraction of… Read More Black Lives Matter in Therapy (and beyond)
The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book- A Review Illustrated by Meggyn Pomerleau (more work here) and Edited by Elly Blue *Reposted to offer another self-care option during Covid-19. Stay well!* When @microcosmpub reached out to me to review a coloring book, I was a little taken back. “I don’t color,” I thought. “What on Earth will I do… Read More The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book Review
A few things to consider and think about if you’re interested in becoming a therapist. … Read More So, you want to be a therapist?
Mediation can be a challenge. But what if I told you there’s a solution that can make it fun and enjoyable––plus still get the benefits! … Read More Moving Meditation
With the new year quickly approaching, I’ve been thinking about the future and setting goals. I have a few things coming together you’ll see in 2020 and a few things that didn’t happen as expected this year, which offered insight and growth—life’s greatest teachers.⠀⠀⠀Just as “Seasons of Love” asked, “How do you measure a year… Read More New Year’s Goals