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

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

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

Right now it can be difficult to practice “Self Care” – between Covid numbers rising again, the Holidays coming up, the political and social climate, as well as a number of other things, there is so much going on for everyone to manage right now.  So rather than tell you what you “should” be doing, […]

13 Ways To Practice Good Self Care

When we find out that a friend or loved one has started to work out, or gone to a physical therapist, our response is usually not a disapproving,  “Oh, you’re one of those people who has to go to the gym… sounds like things are pretty rough for you.” Nor is the response, “You had […]

Go to Therapy, Get a Counselor – It’s Healthy

I am a person who enjoys setting goals and making lists. Even better than making lists is checking them off.  I don’t know where I picked up the term “Time Mapping,” but somewhere along the way I started using this practice. I call it “Time Mapping” because I create a map of the week that […]

Time Mapping – Blending Sabbath Practice and Goal Setting