Self-esteem: 4 ways to add it to your friends list You know your friend, the one who appears to have it all and yet their Facebook posts scream their self-esteem is in need of a pick-me-up? Or perhaps, you feel this way…you present yourself one way on social media and then feel in shambles on […]
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Journaling: How It Can Be Healing In Therapy? Journaling can offer a cathartic release from not only what you are going through in life but also what you are experiencing in therapy whether it is for an eating disorder, trauma or something else. Often times, clients ask for a notepad during therapy to write down […]
How is Therapy Like Doing Laundry? Laundry – the necessary evil to get out dirt, grime, stains and unwanted stench. A task resulting in revitalized, fresh and clean garments to go forth into the world. Doing laundry for most involves time, sorting, detergent, water and folding skills. Manufacturers provide labels that suggest hot or cold […]
Voices of an eating disorder or disordered eating can be intrusive, destructive and debilitating. Learn how to discern the voice of “ED” and come to true understanding about what it may be trying to tell you. The truth may set you free!
3 Ways to Satisfy Your Face Are you the person who no matter what emotion, your face tells all? I am. Our faces are typically a good indicator to others of what we are feeling and thinking. While we cannot see our faces, we can sure feel them if they are tensed up, drooping with […]
How do we define trauma? If you look up the word “trauma” various definitions populate. The underlying theme amongst the definitions involves an unpleasant experience that leaves a person with an injury. The injury can be physical, emotional or even mental. So then, how do we define trauma? When I first meet with a client […]