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Mental Health

Resiliency for Adults
January 17, 2023

Resiliency can be a buzzword for many. What does it mean? Well, Webster defines resiliency as “an ability to recover from or adjust easily to adversity or change.” In counseling, we look at things like resiliency factors for our...

Boundaries for Working at Home
January 17, 2023

Before COVID changed everything in 2020, some people worked from home. Before COVID affected our work environment, many never wanted to work from home. Now, working from home is more common and accepted. According to the US census data,...

The Tyranny of “Shoulds”
October 25, 2022

Shoulds abound in our lives. We hear them everywhere: from both outside of ourselves (family, friends, culture) and inside our own heads. “I really should do…” Or “I should have done…” or “you shouldn’t.…” “Should” is a tyrant, a...

Healing from Disordered Eating
October 12, 2022

How many people will struggle with an eating disorder during their lifetime? It’s a more complicated question than you might think. Since the vast majority of people with eating disorders either never seek formal treatment for their disorder or...

Preparing Mentally for the Winter Season
October 12, 2022

The air is cooling, and the leaves are changing. It is a beautiful time of year. It can also be indicative of a difficult time to come for many, as winter is coming. As we pull out our coats...

ACT Series: How Acceptance Helps You Get Un-Stuck
September 21, 2022

If you are a Harry Potter fan (like me), you probably remember the scene in the first movie where Harry, Ron, and Hermione go down the trapdoor to find the Sorcerer’s Stone. You may also remember one of their...

Rethinking Emotions
September 21, 2022

“I feel too much. That’s what’s going on.’ ‘Do you think one can feel too much? Or just feel in the wrong ways?’ ‘My insides don’t match up with my outsides.’ ‘Do anyone’s insides and outsides match up?’ ‘I...

De-Catastrophizing Your Thoughts
August 30, 2022

Sometimes what can cause us to feel anxious is our own thoughts. A common thought process we have when feeling anxious is going to the worst possible outcome in our heads for a situation that is coming up. This...

The New Status Quo: Adjusting for the Mental Health of Our Students
August 11, 2022

School is one of our biggest socializing agents in American society. Some would say it’s a catalyst for social growth and an exercise in the critical understanding of the world. I think it’s safe to say there are a...

How to Determine the Best Level of Care for Me
July 25, 2022

There are many different types and levels of mental health care, and it is easy to get frustrated or even know where to start. I enjoy speaking with my clients to determine what care is best for them. Sometimes...