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As the summer sun sets and September’s breeze ushers in, the familiar rhythm of school routines returns. For students, parents, and educators alike, this transition can be both exciting and anxiety-inducing. After months of flexibility and freedom, getting back into the groove of early mornings, homework, and extracurricular activities can feel like a daunting task. […]

Navigating the Return to School Routines: A Mental Health Journey

9/14/23

Adolescent Mental Health, Skills

Communication is the number one issue couples go to therapy for and one of the main things I work on with my clients in session. But it makes sense. Our emotions get heightened when communication gets tough and even more so if a resolution isn’t reached. We can feel misunderstood, invalidated, threatened, or offended when […]

Assertive Communication: How to Get What You Want, With Skill

8/22/23

Skills

What do we mean by “inner child?” Your inner child is a part of you that developed during infancy, latency, and pre-adolescence when you were first exploring and experiencing yourself in the world. In many ways, your inner child embodies your most authentic and unmodulated self, in that it is concerned with what delights and […]

Small, Simple Ways to Nourish your Inner Child

7/05/23

Skills

Even though therapy is becoming less stigmatized recently, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to search for one and put yourself out there. Many times we have questions like: “How do I know I can trust this person?” “Is this worth my time and money?” “How will I keep up with payments when I’m worried about […]

First Session Jitters: How to overcome any fears about your first therapy session

5/10/23

Skills

If the thought of seeing a therapist is intimidating or unpleasant, there’s a good chance themedia has influenced you. When you picture a therapist in movies or TV, you may think of anolder man wearing a sweater vest with his glasses resting halfway down his nose. Fictionalizedtherapists often embody these stereotypes in the name of […]

Therapy in the Media: Fact or Fiction

4/05/23

Skills

Guilt. We often carry it so closely we hardly recognize its part in our lives anymore. Now, don’t get me wrong here. Guilt (like all emotions) can be a signal to take a closer look. And if we take that closer look and recognize we’ve done something wrong, whether hurting someone else or ourselves, taking […]

4 Ways to Counteract Unnecessary Guilt in Your Life

1/30/23

Skills

Communication is the number one issue couples go to therapy for and one of the main things I work on with my clients in session. But it makes sense. Our emotions get heightened when communication gets tough and even more so if a resolution isn’t reached. We can feel misunderstood, invalidated, threatened, or offended when […]

Assertive Communication: How to Get What You Want, With Skill

1/30/23

Skills

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