The posts provided here are intended to provide psychoeducation, resources, and support for current clients, potential clients, or anyone seeking information about mental health. These posts are not a suitable replacement for mental health services including medication, therapy, counseling, or crisis management. If you are seeking help for any mental health or relationship struggle, please contact a mental health professional you trust. 

My clients often ask me about my thoughts on the national discourse, why we are so angry, fearful, attacking, and mean with people who think and believe differently than we do. My answer has stayed the same: Disconnection. Research has shown, time and time again, that...

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I am very excited to announce I am starting a therapy group for Women and Expectations. A majority of my current clients are women living with constant expectations and pressure to fit the mold. I often hear clients talk about not feeling good enough, pr...

September 24, 2016

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I finally have another Ask The Therapist Video for you all! The question for this video was, "How do I communicate and 'break the ice' with my husband who gets really upset when I try to bring up something that is a problem in my eyes." 


The posts p...

I am happy to share that I've been extremely busy with presenting several mental health trainings in the last month! Unfortunately, that means less time to work on blogs and videos so I apologize to those who have submitted questions for the Ask The Therapist series an...

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I decided to do a video about what a first session at Boes Therapy Services looks like. Please watch the video and if you have any additional questions please let me know!

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This is the second video in the "Ask The Therapist" series. The question for this video is, "If you're crazy, do you know it?" This was a really interesting question for me to answer since I might define "crazy" differently than other people, so I prov...

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I finally finished my first video entry, and it was way more difficult than I thought it would be but I'm relatively happy with my finished product. 


The first episode of "Ask The Therapist" tackled the question: "How should I address impulsive purchasi...

April 12, 2016

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I am pleased to share that I am finally able to start creating videos to substitute and compliment my blog and I would love for you to have some input in my first video!


As a social-justice therapist I want to make sure I am covering topics my readers w...

Welcome to the third and final installment of my blog series on Grief. Be sure to check out the first installment (The Grieving Myth: 5 Steps to Healing) and the second installment (Ambiguous Loss: Embracing the Blur) for more information on Grief. These blog posts are...

March 31, 2016

This is the second post of a three-part series on Grief and Loss. In part one, "The Grieving Myth: 5 Steps to Healing", I discussed the 5 Stages of Grief model and the common myths surrounding the "right" way to grieve. Today's post is about Ambiguous Loss, a form of g...

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