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I want to be informative, truthful, and ultimately honest about who I am and what I do. With that in mind, please feel free to message me regarding any future topics you’d like me to discuss or if you have any questions!

When speaking with current clients and peers about my blog, I found that one of the biggest topics people wanted to read more about is anxiety management.

Through working with clients, I have found that EVERYONE experiences anxiety at some point in their lives. (more…)

Breathe in, breathe out

December 1, 2019

As discussed in my previous post, breathing is an incredibly effective anxiety management tool.

Often times, I see posts on social media, and posters in office buildings telling people to breathe. I discussed the basics of diaphragmatic breathing or “belly breathing” in my previous post but wanted to discuss the physiology of WHY it works. (more…)

Busting therapy myths

October 25, 2019


Therapy is often misunderstood.

I am writing this post today for anyone who has ever considered therapy. If you have never gone, you may have this preconceived idea of what it is like. Many think they are going to be laying on a couch and answering “how did that make you feel?’ questions.

To be truthful, I have asked “how did that make you feel?” questions. But therapy is so much more than that. Therapy helps individual set goals for their lives. Yes, we do look into the past, but my sessions really focus on the future. YOU pick your goals, your ideal life, and we work to make steps towards those goals.

Some things to remember about the therapy process: (more…)

How do you talk to yourself?

September 19, 2019

negative positive

Are you kind, forgiving, and encouraging? Or are you harsh and punitive?

I have found that the pattern with most of us is to be more of the second; to be negative and judgmental towards ourselves.

“Watch your thoughts for they become words. Watch your words for they become actions. Watch your actions for they become…habits. Watch your habits, for they become your character. And watch your character, for it becomes your destiny! What we think we become.” – Margaret Thatcher 

This quote has been circling the internet for years but the underlying message has never stopped being true. The way we think about ourselves and how we talk to ourselves will shape our lives. (more…)

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