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. 

February 20, 2016

All of my clients know I refuse to see them as problems. That is not to say there are not problems in their lives, but that they are not one of those problems. I sometimes have to hold back a small smirk in my first sessions when I explain this concept to new clients a...

February 13, 2016

There are many different methods and theories of psychotherapy. Marriage and Family Therapists, Counselors, Clinical Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, and Addiction Counselors are all trained to use theories to guide their therapy.


Some theories include:

  • Accep...

February 2, 2016

For my second blog post I had intended on writing about Systems Theory; the foundational theory that Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs) use that encourages an awareness and inclusion of the many roles and experiences that influence individuals and relationships. 



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