There are a lot of buzzwords swirling around these days about self-care, self-love and mindfulness. You may have some idea of what these words can mean, but you also may find yourself letting them go in and out of our mind as you are busy and don’t have time for one more thing. Trust me, […]
As we jump into January, you may experience different waves of emotion from anxiety, to hope, overwhelm and anticipation. There is a lot of unknown to the year ahead and the shift from a holiday break to the gray, busy-ness of January can be a difficult transition. With that said, I wanted to share a […]
Over the past few weeks, I have been checking in with clients about larger events in the world. I am a systemic thinker and therapist, considering how the outside world impacts us individually–I want to know about families, relationships, jobs, culture, oppression, friendships, and all of the other contexts that we exist in. Lately that […]
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.