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. 

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...


It is almost impossible to talk about couples therapy without talking about the work of Drs. Julie and John Gottman. They have been been studying successful (and unsuccessful) relationships for the past 40 years and are able to predict if a couple will stay together w...

Something I have noticed since I started doing therapy is that the same topic, idea, problem, or experience will occur several times in a short amount of time. My clients will probably be able to recall at least one time I have said something to the effect of, "I talke...

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