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A Man With a Dream: A 2022 Reflection
February 9, 2022

By Mollie Innocent-Cupid, Deputy Executive Director Every year on MLK Jr. Day, I find myself sitting and reflecting on what I want to take away from King’s life and his message. And what is it that I want to...

Metaphor: The Book of Your Life – Part 3: The Characters in Your Story
January 14, 2022

In previous blogs, I encouraged you to view your life as your own unique story, written by only you, although influenced by your family of origin and other significant relationships. In today’s blog, I’d like to explore the influence...

Metaphor: The Book of Your Life – Part 2: Your Unique Story
January 14, 2022

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts,…” -Shakespeare Who are you?  I once attended a seminar during which the participants were asked...

The Serenity Prayer
January 6, 2022

As we head into another uncertain year, I have been reflecting on The Serenity Prayer, by Reinhold Neibuhr. This prayer, popularized by The Twelve Step Program, is a beautiful guide to living a life of peace and wisdom. The...

Reclaiming 2022 – Part I: Control
December 15, 2021

We have experienced two long years with 2020 and 2021. I remember when 2020 started. I thought the biggest part of my year was turning 40, having no idea I would experience events that would forever change our lives....

Metaphor: The Book of Your Life – Part 1: An Introduction
October 1, 2021

In my practice, I often use metaphors to illustrate many truths which can be applied in people’s lives to promote understanding, healing or enrichment.  One of my favorite metaphors, which underpins several others, is the notion of the “book”...

September: Sickle Cell Awareness Month
September 28, 2021

There’s a disease that affects approximately 100,000 people in this country and millions more across the globe. It’s an illness many have never even heard of, it’s entirely based on genetics, and it’s arguably the most underserved medical population...

How to Prepare for Counseling
July 20, 2021

Going to counseling may bring up all different kinds of emotions for you. You may be anxious, excited, nervous, or scared. Whatever you may or may not be feeling… it is completely alright! You are welcome to counseling! In...

Pandemic Persistence
March 22, 2021

Throughout 2020 and 2021, we have navigated countless changes and losses related to the spread of COVID-19. We have postponed celebrations, mourned for loved ones, felt the loss of time and resources, and endured countless other difficulties and trials....

How to Help Your Anxious Child
January 8, 2021

Hello all! A lot of the adults I see suffer from variations of anxiety and struggle to cope with it effectively. It is potentially even more frustrating for kids who have anxiety to develop the coping skills to process...