Category Archives: Depression

7 Ways to Maintain Your Sanity While Working From Home

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals have begun working from home. If you are one of these individuals, kudos to you; you have been forced to make the best of a sudden change that you had very little say in. As time has gone on, you have begun to see that working from home […]

How Childhood Trauma Continues to Have an Impact in Adulthood

Have you ever wondered how childhood trauma impacts adolescents or adults? Do you find yourself asking yourself how much your childhood has a impact on your relationships today? Childhood experiences, both positive and negative, have major impact on our emotional development and how we continue to interact in the relationships around us.  Childhood is where […]

What is Your “I Am”?

When describing yourself, how do you finish the sentence “I am…..”? Are you saying things like, “I am”: LOVED, POWERFUL,  BLESSED,  WORTHY, COMPETENT,  INTERESTING, ENOUGH.… Or is your “I am” statement more like — I am small, weak, ugly, incompetent, useless, discarded or not enough? Each of us has an internal dialogue that has a […]

Refocusing Your Intention and Resetting Your Goals

Refocusing Your Intention and Resetting Your Goals  We’re about a month into the new year and this can be the time where commitment to our resolutions can start to become lackluster. Sometimes difficulties to maintaining our goals can lead to disappointment in ourselves and cause us to fall into this negative headspace where we wind […]

Self Care for New Moms

Being a mom is hard, being a mom who strives to meet your child’s every need is taxing but well worth the effort. How do we balance meeting our children’s needs and taking care of ourselves? Being a good mom doesn’t mean neglecting yourself for the sake of your baby. What your child needs most […]

Therapist’s Top 5 Favorite Depression Memes

If you have depression, you know that one of the challenges in feeling that you are alone, that no one has ever experienced the despair you have experienced, and you have little to hope that things will get better. The fact countless results come up when you google, “Depression Memes” demonstrates that there are people out there that DO understand, and are trying to use humor as a way to cope. Here you will find this therapist’s 5 favorite “Depression Memes” explained from a therapeutic standpoint:

Speaking to Your Child About School Adjustment Post-Covid

Returning to school may be challenging for parents and children alike. The pandemic is still not over and many children, teens and parents have concerns about staying safe once school starts. Moreover, we are not sure what to expect as far as new rules in the school and changes to their normal school routines.   […]