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Psychotherapy can be a relieving experience for those who struggle with severe anxiety and help them get their life back. Having someone else to work with you helps eliminate shame around the anxiety and helps you understand the physiological, emotional, and cognitive dynamics at play, along with its origins and function of the pattern of avoiding danger.

Anxiety – the Vicious Cycle

Here are some ways you can help spread awareness during mental health awareness month.

Cultivating Compassion: Embracing Mental Health Awareness Month

tips on how to seek out and find a therapist that works for you.

Navigating the Journey to Therapy: A Guide for Finding a Therapist

Learn how trauma can impact a person’s brain and body, and how therapy can be a way to heal.

Trauma: What is it? How does it happen? How does it impact us? How can therapy help?

Did you “fall off the wagon” with your New Year’s Resolution? It’s April 1, and you may feel like the joke is on you. This year, I told myself that I would start learning how to write more blogs and creating more content. I started, stopped, got stuck, and here is my first blog on […]

I started my New Year’s Resolution … is this an April Fool’s Joke?

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life, leaving little room for moments of stillness and reflection. However, cultivating mindfulness – the practice of being fully present and engaged in the moment – can profoundly impact our mental health and overall well-being. Let’s delve deeper […]

Cultivating Mindfulness in Daily Life: Embrace the Power of Presence

As the days lengthen and the promise of summer begins to stir in the air, those of us living in the desert face a unique seasonal transition. This time is not only marked by a gradual increase in temperature but also by a surge in activities and responsibilities. Students and parents alike enter one of […]

Navigating the Final Stretch: From Spring Break to Summer in the Desert

Embracing Spring’s Renewal: The Mental Health Benefits of Spring Cleaning As the days stretch longer and the vibrant hues of spring flowers begin to unfold, a natural urge to rejuvenate our living spaces emerges. This seasonal shift isn’t just about embarking on a cleaning spree; it’s an opportunity to impact our mental well-being. This blog […]

Spring Cleaning for Mental Health: Refresh Your Space, Renew Your Mind

10 Back to School Tips: for K-12 Students, Parents and College Students It doesn’t matter if you are a first grader, teenager or adult, heading out of summer break and into the “back-to-school” season is a big adjustment at any age. For some, summer is a time of freedom, travel and play, a time for […]

10 Back to School Tips

Did you know?  It’s normal to have thoughts about suicide but not be depressed or suicidal.  For example, when you’re standing on a bridge overlooking a beautiful sunset and have a passing thought about jumping off, that doesn’t necessarily indicate you’re suicidal and need to panic about having the thought. It might just mean your […]

September is National Suicide Prevention Month