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Interpersonal Effectiveness: Receiving & Giving Validation
April 13, 2021

When we are running our DBT classes, a lot of clients will ask me what to expect with each specific group. One of the groups that we run is called Interpersonal Effectiveness. In this group, we focus on learning...

The Importance of Gratitude
April 9, 2021

Practicing gratitude in our daily lives can have multiple benefits on our mental and even our physical health.  One definition of gratitude that I like is, “the appreciation of what is valuable and meaningful to oneself and represents a...

Declutter Your Mental Space
April 9, 2021

Springtime is here! Spring is a season of rebirth and growth for so much of the beautiful nature we see around us. The extra evening sunlight often leads to increased feelings of productivity and more movement. As a result...

Self-Care isn’t Selfish
March 12, 2021

As we reach the year anniversary of a time filled with confusion, fear, anger, and loss, we are all wondering how much longer we can handle what 2020 brought us. When can we safely gather with friends and family...

Comparison is the Thief of Joy
January 20, 2021

“Comparison is the Thief of Joy” – Theodore Roosevelt This is one of my favorite quotes by Theodore Roosevelt. Over the past year, 2020 brought us many unprecedented challenges and hardships that were impossible to prepare for. Having no...

A Word for the New Year
January 8, 2021

As we enter this new year many of you may be breathing a sigh of relief to have made it through 2020. For me personally, I think making it through 2020 was an accomplishment for all of us and,...

Coping through COVID Pandemic with Stephen Walters
November 13, 2020

While this year’s COVID-19 pandemic has threatened our physical health, it has also deeply impacted our mental health. Rev. Stephen Walters of the Summit Counseling Center in metro Atlanta shares his thoughts on coping through Covid, dealing with anxiety,...

My Plate is Too Full – How to Manage Stress and Anxiety
October 2, 2020

Right about now, Covid fatigue is setting in.  According to Dr. Kotwicki of Skyland Trail in Atlanta, statistics from his psychiatric facility are showing an increase in anxiety-related admissions (2020).  Many people are being admitted for physical manifestations of...

Managing Stress & Anxiety
October 2, 2020

As I am sure we have all felt, the past months have brought on multiple stressors. In dealing with the global pandemic, working from home, your child’s school schedule changing, an economic depression, racial injustice, and many more, it...

Calming the Rush of Anxiety
July 29, 2020

Anxiety can seem to be a never ceasing rush of rapids. It can lead us on a journey that takes away control and adds fear. Our anxious thoughts can cause us to feel we need to hurry and solve...