Month: October 2019
How to End Therapy Well

How to End Therapy Well

How to end therapy well There will come a time when you know you want to end therapy.  Perhaps you want to pause for financial reasons.  Maybe you want to try something different.  But hopefully it is because we have helped you with the issue you came in with, you’re...

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Grieving the loss of a pet

Grieving the loss of a pet

Photo by Eddie Howell on Unsplash Grieving the loss of a pet? Some tips to help you through the heartache To me there is nothing sadder than returning home from the vets with an empty carrier.  Five days ago I found out that a furry family member had an inoperable...

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Emotional eating (and how to stop)

Emotional eating (and how to stop)

Emotional eating (and how to stop) Do you struggle with food cravings?  I do.  I'm an emotional eater but learning the neuroscience and psychology of emotional eating has helped me quit. People always assume that a therapist totally has their act together, but we’re...

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Dealing with the aftermath of domestic violence

Dealing with the aftermath of domestic violence

Dealing with the aftermath of domestic violence I wish that this wasn’t the case, but I’m currently helping a few clients deal with situations of domestic violence.  Some still in the danger zone.  Others now in a place of safety.  But all of them dealing with the...

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It’s time to speak up

It’s time to speak up

It's time to speak up A friend of mine created the excellent campaign “It’s ok to say” (if you don’t feel ok).  It's about letting people know that you have anxiety and/or depression so that you're not going through this alone.  But with the news of women in Hollywood...

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