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5 stereotypes when it comes to therapy

posted on October 8, 2017

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Being in the field of mental health in the last 8 years has opened my eyes to the many stereotypes people have about therapy. Theses stereotypes, like most, are so incredibly harmful because people do not reach out for the help they so much need. So lets take a quick look at the 5 top…Read more


5 tips to help communicate better in intimate relationships

posted on September 1, 2017

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Communicate you say? You know this is very important, but why is it so hard to communicate. Who doesn’t have a problem when it comes to communication with someone close? It happens, plain and simple. It’s normal and at one time in our lives (or 100s) we create communication barriers. We can not blame our…Read more


Angry? 5 tips on how to decrease or eliminate anger.

posted on September 1, 2017

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Angry? Are you angry or do you experience anger?Don’t worry, you are not alone but guess what…… being angry smothers your soul and those around you, it is much more pleasant to be happy or content. The cool thing about being angry is you have 100% control over it, but maybe you do not have…Read more


Food: 5 tips on choosing healthier foods

posted on August 22, 2017

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Food can be your friend or your enemy Food. Studies upon studies show that foods are related to depression, anxiety, heart disease, IBS, and other mental health and medical conditions. However, for the sake of quick information, I will keep it simple and to the point. Food can be your friend or your enemy and…Read more


Health insurance and why my practice will not accept it.

posted on August 14, 2017

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Why I don’t take health insurance. This is a super important blog for not only my future clients but all people who are in therapy or may want therapy. There are quite a few cons to using your health insurance when it comes to mental health but I want to stick to the “big” one…Read more


Online therapy, no more excuses needed.

posted on August 9, 2017

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The new way to receive therapy. Online therapy (OT) also known as: teletherapy, distant therapy, telehealth, or e-therapy is shaping how people can get help by clinical professionals. As a therapist, I can now help clients by video sessions, email, and over the phone instead of the typical in-office. This has made a world of…Read more


Self-esteem, is it low and what does it look like?

posted on August 1, 2017

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Signs of low self-esteem The signs of low self-esteem are far and wide. Some signs are easy to recognize such as hearing yourself or others say; I don’t like the way I look. I don’t like the way I sound. I am not good enough. I don’t want to leave my house. Everyone looks better…Read more


Being Successful Creates Unique Problems

posted on July 24, 2017

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Sometimes being successful doesn’t feel THAT good… You went to the best school, you have a top notch degree, you kill it in the board room 0r maybe the court room, or you save lives, or maybe you built a business from the bottom up and you are on the top now. You are now…Read more


Anxiety, is it ruining your day?

posted on July 18, 2017

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Anxiety does not have to win! It consumes everyone one of us at one point in our life. It is a natural response but the leading mental health issue in the US today. https://www.adaa.org/about-adaa/press-room/facts-statistics Anxiety is caused when we can not shut down our thoughts and it creates worry, fear, stress, panic attacks, what-if scenarios,…Read more


Therapy is an Investment in Yourself

posted on July 17, 2017

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Therapy is an investment Seeking out therapy is on the rise. Therapy is an investment in yourself and it takes dedication, time, and money. How Much Therapy New clients should come to sessions at least once a week, there is a lot of “life” that can happen in 7 days. If a client is experiencing…Read more