Here’s to 2020! We did it, we made it through another year. As we head into the new year, it’s not a bad idea to start thinking about some things we might like to accomplish in the months to come. Setting goals for ourselves can provide us with something to look forward to and give […]
Take a look at the image below. What do you see? Do you see a storm coming on or just some gray clouds passing by? Do you see sprouting weeds or blooming flowers? Do you see sunshine pushing through or fading away? You can take from this photograph what you may but bottom line is […]
It’s often said that it’s easier to fall in love than stay in love. Relationships take work, and when a couple is experiencing hardship in the relationship, that work can feel overwhelming. A rejuvenation of connection, romance, and respect can seem unattainable. What would you say if you were asked why couples break up? Most […]
The upcoming holidays mean various things to various people. We like to spend time with family, show generosity to others and eat and drink to our heart’s content. If you’re one of the millions of Americans that have decided to opt out of the drinking portion of this tradition, it may be a challenge.
I wholeheartedly believe in the resiliency of the human spirit. I guess I kind of would not be a “good therapist” if I didn’t. I believe that human beings can experience terrible things and emerge wiser, stronger, kinder and braver than they ever knew possible. Also as a therapist, I know how awful trauma can […]
I have always been drawn to trauma in a sense. I don’t mean I like trauma or am fascinated by the medical needs of trauma survivors like my doctor friends who want to literally put people back together. But, I have always had a heart for trauma survivors. Maybe it is the therapeutic personality streak […]