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
Oh the holidays, the most wonderful time of the year… Maybe, but for some it can be one of the hardest periods of the year. Family of origin issues can bring down the mood for any holiday event or even make going to such events impossible. It can be a lonely period because loved ones… Read More Holiday Drama and How to Cope
In part one of my Q&A about The Starless Series and writing, I’m digging into gender norms, writing, and yes, even some serious topics. WARNING: I talk about assault and how it plays a role in the series. As a therapist I discuss representation and how authors can do a better job of handling mental… Read More Q&A on The Starless Series: THE END IS NEAR?
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!
this video and blog post openly talks about sexual assault and survivorship depicted in fiction. … Read More A New Take on Discussing Sexual Assault