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How to Start When You Can’t Get Started by Associate Therapist Jordana del Feld

How to Start When You Can’t Get Started by Associate Therapist Jordana del Feld

This post was written by associate therapist Jordana del Feld. In this post, she shares five tips for how to start making changes when it feels hard to do so. By becoming present in the moment, in our bodies, and being gentle with ourselves, we can accomplish so much! How to Start When You Can’t Get Started by Associate Therapist...[ read more ]

The Intersection of Physical and Mental Health in Men

The Intersection of Physical and Mental Health in Men

June is Men's Mental Health Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the unique mental health challenges faced by men and promoting the importance of seeking help and support. One critical aspect of men's mental health that often goes overlooked is the close relationship between physical and mental well-being. Understanding this intersection can empower men to take a holistic...[ read more ]

Strategies for Enhancing Mental Health and Building Resilience

Strategies for Enhancing Mental Health and Building Resilience

As we have shared several times, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This year’s theme as outlined by Mental Health America is “where to start” and it has three action points: learn, act, advocate. We shared more about the "learn" action last week. This week, we want to expand on the "act" section. MHA expands on this single word directive...[ read more ]

5 Mindfulness-Related Self Care Tips for Spring and Summer

5 Mindfulness-Related Self Care Tips for Spring and Summer

Self-care can vary between seasons due to changes in weather, daylight hours, and social activities. In spring and summer, warmer weather and longer daylight hours often encourage outdoor activities, such as hiking, gardening, or picnics, which can influence self-care routines. Additionally, the abundance of fresh produce in these seasons may inspire healthier eating habits and opportunities for mindful eating. While...[ read more ]

How to Get Out of Your Own Way by Associate Therapist Jordana del Feld

how to get out of your own way

As you may have seen in the newest issue of our free monthly newsletter, associate therapist Jordana del Feld shared a two-part video on the topic of "how to get out of your own way." Today, we share her accompanying blog post. In it, Jordana discusses the challenge of believing in one's ability to achieve happiness and success, especially when...[ read more ]

Shorter Days, But Busier Schedules? Self-Care and Boundaries for Winter and Holidays

winter blues and holiday boundaries and self care

Have you noticed that the daylight hours are shorter? It's funny how one day, and not usually on Daylight Savings Day interestingly enough but just on some random day, you suddenly notice the change in daylight. Night has been starting earlier and earlier for months in a gradual fashion but one day you look outside at 6 pm and suddenly...[ read more ]

The Lifespan of a Fact: Review of a Play (and Book)

The Lifespan of a Fact: Review of a Play (and Book)

The Lifespan of a Fact A Play by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell, and Gordon Farrell  A Book by John D'Agata and Jim Fingal Recently therapist Julie Peters shared with us how The Mirror Game exercise from her theatre acting days applies to our mental health. So, of course, she's the perfect person to provide us with a review of a play (which is...[ read more ]

How Theatre’s Mirror Game Can Therapeutically Improve Your Relationships

How Theatre's Mirror Game Can Therapeutically Improve Your Relationships

This is a guest post from one of our therapists, Julie Peters, about her experience working in theatre and how we might apply a common exercise for actors to improving our relationships. The Mirror Game can be used therapeutically to create empathy. Mirroring offers a variety of benefits, which Julie explores for us here. If you'd like to learn more...[ read more ]

15 Types of Healthy Boundaries And How To Communicate Them

15 Types of Healthy Boundaries And How To Communicate Them

Setting healthy boundaries means establishing your limits regarding what you're comfortable with and what you're not in a relationship or situation. These boundaries can be physical, emotional, or mental. They are essentially the rules or guidelines you set for yourself about how you allow others to treat you. There are many different types of healthy boundaries that you might want...[ read more ]

Summertime Anger Management: Why Summer Makes Us Angry and What to Do About It

Summertime Anger Management: Why Summer Makes Us Angry and What to Do About It

Do you find yourself getting increasingly angry during the summer months? Hotter temperatures, physical discomfort, disrupted routines, and travel stress can all lead to summer anger. You don't have to just grin and bear it. There are some easy anger management tips to help you manage your symptoms and begin to feel better. What Is Summertime Anger? The seasons affect...[ read more ]

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