I’m a little worked up this morning and feeling feisty. (Brace yourself for some cursing!) I used to love being a counselor. I was so proud to call myself that when I graduated from school and for years afterwards. I did work I believed in.
I’ve noticed an interesting theme popping up in my life and with several of my clients lately. We aren’t who we used to be. And we forget that. Over the last couple years personally, I feel like I have to adjust to a new sense
I’m going to be blunt here. There’s really only one way through depression: You have to feel. Depression is almost always about some other feeling that we are desperately trying not to feel. (I say we here because I’ve been there too. Too many times.)
Let’s talk confidentiality and social media interaction with clients. Why? Because these topics have been coming up a lot in my professional circles lately. And there are a few things that trouble me about what is said about these topics in my profession. It appears
I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with self-care. I love the results of practicing good self-care – energy, passion for life, happiness, feeling great physically, mentally, and emotionally, feeling connected to myself and to those around me…just to name a few. But actually