If you follow me on instagram, you may know that this past week we’ve been talking a lot about boundaries. (And if you’re not following me on Instagram…click here to join us!) It seems that a lot of us struggle setting boundaries in various parts of our everyday lives, so I thought this week we’d expand on that! […]
Leeor Gal, MFT Have you ever found yourself saying, “I always pick the wrong person to date!” Well, you’re not alone. Your entire life is a combination of experiences that has led you to where you are today. We are all born with our own innate qualities that develop through childhood and continue into our […]
Is anyone else getting tired of working from home? Don’t get us wrong, we’re beyond grateful and privileged to have the opportunity to work from home, but we also know the how difficult it can be. That first couple of weeks in March where working from home was a novelty seemed like a dream… but […]
-Kathryn Nulf, MA, RYT Since the start of the pandemic, my anxiety has gone way up. I’ve noticed it in my racing thoughts, my tense muscles, and my difficulty slowing down. As a therapist who speaks with the outside world, I know this is something a LOT of us have been experiencing! The thing is, […]
Amanda E. White, LPC Drinking is up all over the world right now, and it concerns me. Not because I’m sober and want to convert people, but because as a culture we don’t talk about the ways alcohol negatively impacts our mental health. Instead we often say, some people are alcoholics and have problems and […]
I had a client a couple of years ago ask what the “Q” in LGBTQ meant. I told her it could mean a few things, including Queer and Questioning. She winced when I said the word “queer,” which I’ve experienced before and understand especially if you’re from a generation where that was a derogatory word […]
Hi there, friends! We’ve noticed some questions that come up much more frequently than others, so we’re going to cover the Therapy for Women Center FAQs. If there are any we missed, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Okay, let’s get into it… Q: How can I still go to therapy and save money? […]
If we can agree on anything these days I think it’s that most if not all of us are facing a degree of burnout. We’re in the midst of consuming information on horrific realities in our world on a daily basis, including (and unfortunately not limited to) the recent deaths of black and brown people, […]
by Stephanie King Grief. What a ride. It’s not a ride that anyone asks to be on but it’s something we will all experience in our lives to some degree. If you’re lucky, it won’t be until you are old and gray. My first experience with gut wrenching, life changing grief came 10 years ago […]
It’s no secret, and not all that surprising, that time management right now can be tough. Whether you are working from home, furloughed, or just lacking the structure of your regular routine, when the whole world is off track, it makes sense that your own time management would be too. And that can cause some […]
-Kathryn Nulf, MA, RYT When I first learned about mindfulness I did so by way of surfing. Not the “in real life” surfing, but the analogy kind where I was encouraged to anticipate the thoughts of my mind like waves in the ocean which would eventually come in and go out and all the while […]
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