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Creating Connection

It’s easy to feel disconnected from your partner especially the longer you are in a relationship. Add kids into the mix or a time-consuming job and it then takes a conscious effort to find ways to feel more connected with your partner. Here are some tips to reconnect. It’s The Little Moments – In this day of social media, where …

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The Benefits of Therapy

Asking for help is not always easy. But we only have one life to live. You don’t have to struggle through it and you don’t have to do it alone. The Benefits of Therapy Have you been considering therapy? Therapy is known for providing problem-solving techniques and can help when you are trying to overcome things like anxiety, depression, and …

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Workouts For the Fall Season!

It’s officially Fall time! Did you know that exercise is one of the most effective ways to improve your mental health? Exercise is known to help relieve stress, improve your memory and help your overall mood. Stuck in an exercise rut? Here are just a few tips on how to update your workout routine in this new Fall Season: Enjoy …

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September is the new January with beginnings and endings

Next Friday is the first day of Fall! As we say goodbye to summer and hello to fall, we know that change is here. Change, regardless if it’s easy or challenging takes adjustment. Whether it’s a change in the workplace, with personal relationships, or managing changing moods as a result of cooler weather and longer nights practicing compassion for yourself and others …

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Dear Caretakers, Don’t forget About Yourself

In one of our most recent #AskATherapist video, we discussed the importance of self-care for people who are caretakers. Regardless if you are a caretaker in your professional or personal life, it’s so easy to forget about yourself when you are too busy taking care of other people.  Here are additional tips to help keep your tank full so you …

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Shift Your Perspective

I know many of you are surprised just how fast the year is going. We are officially halfway through the year where many people start to reflect on how their year is going. This is also a great time to take a look at our perspective and what we can do to finish the second part of our year more …

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The Importance of Alone Time

It’s very easy to forget how necessary alone time is especially as we transition to summer. If the last time you remember being alone was because you were sick in bed, here are some simple tips to get the alone time you need. Wake up earlier Getting out of bed earlier isn’t always easy but when I know it’s the …

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Summer Self-Care Tips

Summer is here and instead of the summer slowdown, some of us are already feeling stressed! Schedule changes and hotter days don’t always bring the carefree summer that we hear about. Try these simple summer self-care tips to reduce stress and enjoy the next few months. Treat Yourself What are some simple things that make you smile especially during warmer …

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3 Ways To Take The Stress Out Of Your Summer

The kids are almost out of school and summer is just around the corner. Although summer means laying on the beach relaxing the day away for some people, it can often mean more responsibilities for working parents. The change in schedules from school to camp can cause unexpected stress for parents and kids alike. Here are 3 ways to take …

The Second Glass Ceiling

We’re all too familiar with the glass ceilings that women face in the workplace. Not getting raises or promotions, being limited in the projects we’re included on, and watching credit for our own work given to others. And for Black women the effects are more damaging. When we consider the racial and gender-based microaggressions we have to deal with as …