Another Election, More Anxiety After the election of 2016 my therapy practice became almost exclusively about politics. Client after client wanted to talk about the election. They wanted help and tools for how to deal with the stress and anxiety they felt, in response to the results. They needed grounding tools and a neutral person […]
Lately I’ve seen many helpful articles normalizing (that’s a therapist term for “letting the client know this feeling/thought/action/experience is normal”) all the feelings you might be feeling right now during COVID-19 shut downs. The same articles give tips on ways to care for yourself, many just as vague as the phrases above.
May is Mental Health Month and Northstar is proud to co-sponsor Mental Health Month in the Ville…
These days it feels like there are so many things to become a champion for – climate change, gun control, human rights and women’s rights, just to name a few. While activism is nothing new to our society (people have been standing up for their beliefs long before the modern day yard sign), what is […]