Have you noticed how wanting to heal is cool now?  The last 5 years have been a whirlwind ride around therapy.  For decades, therapists were taught to be blank slates, treat mental health like we do a broken knee, and limit their self expression + personal journeys.  Insert social media and TikTok therapists… and you […]

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July 12, 2024

Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Therapy? 

When you’re considering therapy as the first or next step in your mental health journey, you might feel nervous, uncomfortable, or scared.  It can feel daunting or overwhelming to seek out a therapist…or change therapists if you’re unhappy with your current provider.  My team and I are therapists who also go to therapy, so we’re […]


June 8, 2024

13 Things Your Therapist Wants You To Know

In a recent coaching session, my coach asked me: how do you feel about creativity? I laughed, but maybe not for the reason you’d expect.   For me, creativity equals shame.  I’m a Trapped Achiever, Emotional Feeler, and  Wholeness Seeker who really really doesn’t like to do anything “wrong”. (Psst – find out what your Healing […]


May 10, 2024

A Therapist On Creativity and Shame

During the holiday season, many struggle with mental health more than usual. Not only does seasonal depression rise to the forefront (if you live in the northern hemisphere), but family obligations can make it difficult to set boundaries.  The world has a lot of confusion about boundaries and how they should work. Social media tends […]


March 6, 2024

How to Set Boundaries During The Holiday Season

I grew up in the United States, where once a year, most families get together for Thanksgiving. You will sit at a table with people that you have a variety of feelings about and be expected to share the things you were most grateful for this year. Yet, the things we are most thankful for […]


March 6, 2024

Why I Don’t Use Gratitude Lists As A Therapist


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