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
Therapy is scary because the idea that we need help is terrifying. I’m here to explain that therapy is for everyone no matter the topic or concern.
When I started my therapy program at Mercer University, one of the first things they told me was to get my own therapist to work out any issues I might have. Odd, I thought at first, but after I thought about it some, it made perfect sense: why would you want to work with a… Read More Looking for a therapist? Read this first!
A few things to think about on the road to becoming a therapist. … Read More Things I Wish I Knew as a “Baby” Therapist
How writing changed my life and allowed me to forgive my past. One day I’d decided to sit outside with my dog under the shade of our backyard trees. It was the first warm spring day of the season and it felt like the perfect time to join him since he could always be found… Read More Processing the Past Through Writing
If you haven’t heard about it yet, clutter and stress go hand and hand and when you have a lot of stress in your life, it limits your joy and does not allow you to focus on what truly matters. Stress not only impacts your joy and happiness, but it also affects your body, your… Read More 5 Things to Declutter to Remove Stress