How to Know When You Are Well Your philosophy of wellness shapes your expectations of what you want to get out of your time in therapy. In the first few sessions, I try to get a picture of what my clients are looking for. Most give an answer like this:"I want things to go back… Continue reading Philosophy of Wellness
A diagnosis of dementia in a parent can feel like the beginning of the end. Many caregivers describe the day of diagnosis as the day that they truly lost their parent. It's an isolating feeling, being with your parent while actively missing who they were. Dementia Caregiving Is Painful The changes in your parent highlight… Continue reading Dementia Caregiving
The stories you tell yourself about how and why you fail are important. You can reshape your meta-narratives to tell a story of fullness instead of blaming, brokenness, and victimhood.
Curious about ACT? Check out this overview to see if it's right for you.
Keeping a journal can be very beneficial for your mental health, but not all journaling gives you the benefits you’re looking for. If you want to make the most out of your writing time, try these tips to make sure your journal is a therapeutic part of your day. Know your journaling focus Journaling for… Continue reading Therapeutic Journaling
Anxiety disorders are common. Learn about the three types of anxiety and the best ways to treat them in this introductory post.