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Stress on Kids During the Pandemic
September 20, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic took the world by surprise in March 2020. It was a new journey for everyone. Parents had to wear many hats during this time- full-time parent, teacher, and employee. We had nationwide lockdowns, schools became virtual,...

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month
September 8, 2021

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are collectively experiencing greater trauma, loss and adverse circumstances that have nearly doubled the number of people experiencing depression and suicidal thoughts compared to previous years. According to CDC reports: Suicide rates have...

Building Boundaries
September 2, 2021

Learning and understanding how to build boundaries with your family, peers and coworkers is essential to forming healthy relationships. Having healthy boundaries with others can look different for each relationship you have in your life. Having more rigid boundaries with...

Toxic Relationships Part 1 – How to Identify
August 23, 2021

It is no secret that interpersonal relationships require compassion, time, and effort. Whether it is a romantic relationship, friendship, or a family member, it is crucial that each person is utilizing effective communication skills and doing their best to...

The Summit Counseling Center Receives Accreditation
August 17, 2021

The Summit Counseling Center has been awarded Full Accreditation for April 2021 to April 2025. The Solihten Institute, located in Denver, Colorado, announced today. “Accreditation is a major accomplishment and demonstrates a Center’s commitment to excellence,” according to Robert...

School and Anxiety During a Pandemic
August 9, 2021

Since March of 2020, families and children have had to make major adjustments in their lives due to the pandemic, especially when it is related to school. Many parents were left at home trying to figure out the best...

Back to School: Navigating the “New Norm”
August 9, 2021

There is so much going into this new 2021-2022 school year already and it has not even fully begun. For children who are returning to in-person learning, there may be anxiety overflowing far beyond just the first day jitters,...

Adding Self-love to Your Daily Routine
August 9, 2021

Sometimes loving yourself can seem like a rollercoaster. Putting love and energy back into yourself seems like something that would come automatically in our daily lives, but many people struggle with self-love.  We sometimes let the negative thoughts take over and consume how...

Self-Care: Hitting the Pause Button
July 20, 2021

An essential part to maintaining wellness and mental health is practicing regular self-care. Self-care is a popular topic and blogged about many times before, but for good reason. We all have responsibilities that can easily crowd out the time...

Who’s Ready for Marriage?
July 20, 2021

Marriage. The earliest evidence of which dates back as far as 2350 BC in Mesopotamia. The tradition and practice seem almost as timeless as human relationships themselves. And yet in recent decades the notion of marriage being a good...