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Spring Cleaning for Your Mental Health

Spring cleaning is as good for your mental health as it is for your physical health! Spring Cleaning Is Healthy  – Regardless if you are living in a household of 1 or 5, life gets busy. A good spring cleaning is a great way for you to give your house a good scrubbing. Cleaning will help remove allergens from your …

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Self-Care: Help for the Helpers

It’s very easy for people in the caregiving industry to forget about themselves. Regardless if you are a nurse tending to patients all day or a social worker helping better a child’s life, self-care should be on your list of priorities. In honor of it being social work month, here are some self-care tips to think about: What’s on your …

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Check Your Email Like a Rockstar

On average, people check their email 11 times an hour. They spend their lunch hour scrolling through their email while they eat and never really taking a break. How often do you check your email? This NPR podcast provides some great tips to change your email habits. When we check our emails constantly it literally increases anxiety. The sound your …

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Women’s History Month: Let’s Celebrate!

In 1980, the National Women’s History project knew it was time give women a voice. Celebrating Women’s History Month every year is not to just inspire girls and women, but to also highlight the importance contributions women have made throughout history. “In the future, there will be no female leaders. There will just be leaders.” —Sheryl Sandberg Here are a …

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Teletherapy Services Now Available

We offer our therapy and counseling services to the Philadelphia area and we are excited to expand our reach through our teletherapy services. What’s teletherapy? Teletherapy gives us the opportunity to offer the same services we offer when you step into our office to people around the U.S. in the comfort of their own home using the internet. Some insurance …

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The Importance of Loving Yourself

Life is busy, and for most women, you wear a lot of different hats and you are a lot of different things to all the people in your life. And in the craziness that is your life, you focus on everything and everyone but yourself. I am here to tell you, that is no way to live. Don’t get me …

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How To Overcome The Loneliness of Valentine’s Day

Perspective is everything, and it can really set the mood for any day, including Valentine’s Day. What are your focusing on when it comes to V-Day? Are you thinking about the love you don’t have, or recognizing and appreciating the love that is around you daily. Love just does not come from a significant other, but it is experienced with …

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Black History Month: Unsung Heroes

Black History month is a time to reflect on all those who have gone before us in the black community, who have inspired us to not only do more but to be more. People who have reminded us that there are things worth fighting for. While there are so many, today, we would like to pay tribute to a few …

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Response to Taking Racist Comments at Work

Racist Comments at Work? I’m sitting at my computer fuming because I just read a blog that suggested that someone who experienced a racist comment at work should keep silent because it would be unprofessional to speak up. WHAT?!? Did we not just celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday who reminds us that “our lives begin to end the day …

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5 Reasons to Be Thankful

We know it’s been a rough couple weeks. With Thanksgiving tomorrow, we decided to write this blog to remember what we are grateful for in this season. Although many of us are still in shock and disbelief by this month’s past events, here are 5 reasons we are still thankful. After reading our list below, take a minute to fill …