With a new year often comes a flood of wonderful inspiration to evoke change. As 2020 is before us, I invite you to look at creating change with a different light.
I have never been into resolutions. For me, I always knew I would never stick to the change so I never really bothered to set one. I have found that the resolutions I've attempted tend to lean more towards the typical: losing weight, eating better, traveling more, etc. These are wonderful (though for me, half hea
#metoo. This little hashtag has paved the way for women everywhere to feel like they're not alone. Sadly, I've heard many people question the validity of these claims. They question the motivation behind these accusations. How would a man have assaulted someone and not remember? He's denying it so she must be lying. It's been years why is she just coming out now? As a therapist, I have heard some version of the following phrase more times than I can count: “I haven't told any
I can't tell you how many times I've heard some version of “I was in therapy for years and never got anywhere.” Unfortunately, so many people spend a lot of time and money in therapy and experience little personal growth. This is frustrating for me as a therapist because many people are hesitant to try therapy out again, but mostly it saddens me for the people who are seeking services and not receiving the help they need. I know the courage it takes to step into a therapist’s