Hello again everyone! Summer is over- and that means more people coming into the clinic. Today's topic will be familiar to those of you doing the work and for those who haven't done the work yet, don't let this scare you!
When people come into m
Apologies for the HUGE gap in between posts. Life occasionally distracts me. But, I've set a reminder and am back on track!
Let's talk about SUMMER!
As you know, I'm very open and honest with you. Let's talk about something t
One of the more interesting things about psychology is that everything is on a spectrum. We deal with human behavior gone awry- at one level it’s “normal” behavior and at another it’s “pathology.” What makes it even more diff
Let me just say this- I get overwhelmed with awareness campaigns. And they’re easy to ignore. There’s too many of them. This one is important.
I’m not here to bore you with platitudes: “It gets better.” “(He/she) can’t hurt you any
Hello again everyone! I’ve had an interesting experience this week that made me think of all of you…. What you don’t know is that your therapist is ALWAYS thinking of ways to make things better, to relate to you, or making ass
Rest Stop-a new perspective on addiction
Hi everyone and welcome back! Remember that reciprocal blog project? It's my turn! I'm really excited to guest blog for Chris Shea over at life's journey counseling. This time about the trauma under addiction
With a few notable exceptions- genetic schizophrenia, major personality disorders, and the like- I can narrow down the reason anyone comes to therapy to ONE reason:
The root of most of the psychological stress that people carry around