COVID-19 and Your Mental Health Hi Mary — yes, this is a traumatic time, period not a question. To give a little background and context, I recently reposted an image that talks about the importance of caregivers prioritizing the ability to regulate themselves over academic instruction. The last line of the image states “Academics don’t […]
How we respond to stress depends on our mental health. This blog will talk about some of the ways to respond in a healthy way to overwhelming stress.
A general overview of what to expect in a conversation with a licensed professional counselor. Therapy does not need to be scary! It helps to recognize you have choices in the therapy process such as who you would like to see and how to make the best of your therapy sessions.
Learn about the staggering statistics, how to talk about suicide and learn about helpful resources for you and/or loved ones.
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!
Wrapping up Trauma with a Pretty Little Bow? The holiday season can flare up remembrance of past trauma. Perhaps it is reminders of loved ones who have created the trauma, being around non-supportive folks or maybe even how traumatic experiences occurred right around the holidays. So how then, can we wrap up trauma with a […]