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!
this video and blog post openly talks about sexual assault and survivorship depicted in fiction. … Read More A New Take on Discussing Sexual Assault
What I know As A Therapist I’ve been practicing marriage and family therapy for awhile now, and the common theme I see in my clients is that we are all different and that’s OK. Here a few more thoughts about humanity and what brings us together as one weird bunch. 1.) We’re all going to… Read More What I know As a Therapist
Here’s a challenge for you to start 2019 off right. … Read More Self Care Challenge
Let’s face it we’re all stressed. We have unavoidable stress and stress that just comes out of nowhere, but in the end our lives are complex and with that complexity comes stress. You’re not alone and it’s not a competition, I promise. And there are things you can do to set yourself up for success… Read More Stress: The Silent Killer (But It Doesn’t Have to Be)
Self-Care can be a challenge in our busy lives, but finding at least 5 minutes a day can be a game changer. I sit down with Sarah Crawley to talk about what she does to take care of herself with her busy schedule. Sarah is a special guest on the blog because we’ve started working… Read More Self-Care: Tips and Ideas to Lead a Happy and Healthy Life