A Therapist’s Perspective on Telehealth

Telehealth Therapy is such a sacred experience filled with rituals for many of us. We so often are greeted warmly by our therapist in the waiting room and quickly escorted to their office. While an office is perhaps a room, just like any other, it has a special...

Learn Something New Everyday

Learn Something New Everyday There is that old adage, You learn something new everyday. Sometimes, this is said in jest, though I earnestly believe that we can take this to a new level of meaning. Right now, we have an opportunity to rethink how we use our time,...

Loss and Grief

Loss and Grief Many of us are no stranger to grief and the many forms that it takes. Loss, similarly, is a term that is applied to many different contexts. While traditionally the idea of grief and loss refers to the death of a loved one, the concept can extend...

Coping with Coronavirus in the LGBTQIA+ Community

Coping with Coronavirus in the LGBTQIA+ Community Lately, it feels like the whole world is talking about vulnerable populations. The elderly, the immuno-compromised, and people with pre-existing health conditions such as diabetes. For the LGBTQIA+ community, the...

The Grateful Mind

The Grateful Mind   Millions of Americans reflect on their thankfulness each year in November on Thanksgiving. It’s a tradition that often involves being surrounded by as many family and friends we can cram into one home. The more the merrier–a saying that...