Therapy

Self-Care Ideas For Busy People

I’ve been working with several clients lately that are struggling to include #selfcare into their daily lives. We’re all busy, so I get it, but I’m telling you, it will be the deciding factor on whether you burn out or thrive. Yes, you heard me right. I truly believe it makes a world of difference when you’re… Read More Self-Care Ideas For Busy People

Therapy, Sex, Feminism

IUD Replacement

There are many forms of Birth Control out there and a lot of misinformation. Here is a personal look at IUDs.… Read More IUD Replacement

Therapy, Sex, Writing, Archives

The Political Statement of Body hair

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

Therapy, Relationships, Archives

Black Lives Matter in Therapy (and beyond)

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)

Therapy, Sex, Writing, Archives

The Post-Structuralist VULVA Coloring Book Review

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

Therapy, Archives

So, you want to be a therapist?

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?