Why is therapy "so expensive" and how do therapists set their prices? Check out this post to learn about the benefits of therapy and how to decide if it's worth the financial investment for you.Read More
Insomnia does not have to rule your life. The best approach to tackling sleep issues involves both therapy (addressing the thoughts and feelings that are keeping you awake) and good practical solutions. Here is a compilation of all my top favorite concrete sleep solutions. You can put them to use today and start sleeping better right away.Read More
Clients often tell me that they weren't sure what to expect when coming into counseling for the first time. The good news is that they always leave saying, "that wasn't as bad as I thought it might be!". The first therapy session does not have to be a mystery. This post aims to put you at ease as you enter your first therapy session and help you prepare for an effective and healing relationship with your new therapist.Read More
Last week I started a two- part post about setting expectations for therapy. My intention for writing this post was to set you up for success if you are currently in the process of researching counseling options, choosing a therapist or initiating a counseling relationship- especially if you might be entering this territory for the first time.
Last week's post covered things that therapists can't do. You might have been left wondering what these supposedly well-trained, empathic professionals are good for? Never fear. See below.Read More
If you are new to counseling, what do you expect it to be like?
This post is the first of a two part series intending to clarify both the potential and the limitations of working with a therapist.
This week, let’s talk about what counselors and therapists can’t do.Read More