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3 Things Therapy Can Do For You

So why therapy, right? You probably know some friends, family members or colleagues who attend counseling or had therapy experiences in the past. Maybe you had some experience too. The big question that many people ask: would therapy work for me? And if so, what exactly would it do? There are several important answers: Therapy can help you deal with...[ read more ]

Telehealth – Online Counseling

Hi friends!  We are living in an unprecedented time, where we are all trying to stay safe and protect ourselves and our loved ones.  Counseling has changed a lot in a short time, as many people have needed to move to online sessions, or telehealth.  Having counseling sessions online can feel very overwhelming or intimidating, and of course many of...[ read more ]

Dealing with Survivor’s Guilt

"It Could Have Been Me” I wanted to address something that has been on my heart that many have or are currently experiencing Survivor’s Guilt.   Survivor’s Guilt is the idea of surviving a situation or harm that others did not, which leads to feelings of guilt. Psychology Today describes survivor’s guilt as “if you stayed safe while others suffered,...[ read more ]

What Are You Missing During Quarantine?

It's early in April, and here in Florida, we are under quarantine until at least the end of the month.  We've been doing this social isolation thing for a few weeks now, and I think we would all agree that we are ready for this thing to be done.  As we've been so isolated in our homes and away from...[ read more ]

Homeschooling In the Midst of Covid-19

Due to the Coronavirus that is causing many issues in our world, many of you are staying home. On top of having to work from home, many people also have their children staying at home. As a Florida certified teacher, a former middle school teacher and also a mom, I understand that many teachers and parents are concerned about homeschooling....[ read more ]

Disappointment During Covid-19

Is your life falling apart in the midst of this COVID-19 pandemic? Does this feel like another disappointment, an additional weight on top of what was already going on in your life? Your marriage is ending… Your anxiety is spiraling… You were looking forward to graduating... For some reason, this topic has been on my mind and I wonder how...[ read more ]

What if Things Get Out of Control?

The world had changed before our eyes in just a few weeks. People feel a lot of anxiety, fear, panic, and uncertainty. Many people are anxious about COVID-19 in many different ways. What if my loved ones or I will get sick? What if my business will be destroyed? What will happen in the next week, or a month? Will...[ read more ]

Caretakers During Covid-19

When I am not at the office, I am working with one of my favorite groups of individuals - caretakers, specifically those with a child with a disability. In the midst of everything going on in our communities, many caretakers have additional stress from medical needs to financial concerns. Even the smallest details require more effort and extra energy. For...[ read more ]

Coping With Your Anxiety About Covid-19

Life changed so suddenly and unexpectedly for many people. These changes could be scary and throw us into panic and thinking the worst. It also might trigger and worsen the anxiety that you already had. On top of that – work from home, children are at home, fear of income loss or shortage, and a continuous barrage of information from...[ read more ]

Change Negative Thoughts

The world is just a smidge nuts right now, and I think most of us are probably experiencing some pretty negative thoughts and emotions. Is the world ending? Will I have a job? When will this end? Anxiety, worry, overwhelm, depressed, sad, angry... And there are a million other thoughts, feelings, and emotions we are experiencing. Today, let's go over...[ read more ]



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