On National Mental Health Day…Don’t forget the Mental Health Professionals. Whether you are a mental health professional, or you know and love one, please remember – SELF CARE!
Compassion fatigue can be a serious occupational hazard for those in any kind of helping profession. Compassion fatigue is characterized by physical and ... Read More
Many therapy client’s may wonder, what does a therapist think about before they see a new client for the first therapy appointment? What sort of expectations do therapists set for themselves when clients come into the office?
I try to prepare ... Read More
Congratulations on taking the action to make your first appointment! This is a huge step. You should feel good about that.
When I first speak with a new client, usually they share that they have thought about seeking therapy for a long time. Many people will even describe picking up ... Read More
Are you struggling to find a balance between protecting your parents while not infringing on their need for an independent life? If so, you are not alone.
Countless adults become caregivers or guardians for their aging parents, often finding it necessary to ... Read More
Carol Pulley- Daughter, Friend and Caregiver to my Mom
As a therapist, I often recommend journaling to clients and I know how healing and cathartic it is for them. I recently experienced it first hand, as I have been reading ... Read More
Does my insurance cover this?
Whether I meet a client online or in my office, this is one of the first questions clients ask me, usually after "are you licensed?" The answer is the same, and that is “I am not sure, but I know ... Read More