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 ]

Guess Less to Connect More by Associate Therapist Jordana del Feld

“What does it mean” is a question we love to torture ourselves with, especially in intimate relationships.

This post was written by associate therapist Jordana del Feld. In this post, therapist Jordana del Feld discusses the harmful effects of overanalyzing and guessing in intimate relationships, which often lead to anxiety. She emphasizes the importance of pausing, recognizing unknown territory, and refraining from making assumptions. Jordana encourages healthy communication with the other person involved to gain clarity and...[ read more ]

Selling SEL: Social Emotional Learning for Adults

This blog post about Social Emotional Learning for Adults (SEL) was written by associate therapist Julie K. Peters. You can learn more about Julie from this therapist interview. If you are interested in working with Julie, or any of our other therapists, contact us today. Selling SEL: a blogpost by: Julie K. Peters  “Emotional learning is not a quick or...[ read more ]

Self-Massage as Emotional Regulation

We hear more and more about mindfulness as a way of staying present and regulating emotion.  But finding an inviting way to connect to your own body can be a great tool to add to your toolbox.  Staying connected to our bodies can help us maintain calm, move away from distracting thoughts, and feel good. Self-massage can be a great...[ read more ]

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