Individual Counseling | Integrated Counseling and Wellness - Part 3

Individual Counseling

February 6, 2019

Resolutions That Lead to Happiness

As we welcome in the New Year, we often reflect on the ways in which we would like to improve. Many of us formalize these […]
February 6, 2019

Mind-Body & Spirit: Life in Balance

By Dr. Mike Olson In the recent decade, there has been a renewed interest in all things “mind-body.” Mind-body is, in reality, a concept that […]
January 30, 2019

Therapy Q&A

Often times, I encounter individuals who are curious about the therapy process, but they haven’t yet taken the active step of reaching out for professional […]
January 29, 2019

4 Ways Being Organized Benefits Your Health

by Jasmin Barrantes Have you ever considered how your environment affects your health? Research in the field of mind and body has shown that there […]
January 25, 2019
In Loving Memory

Dealing with Loss

By Jill Roper I grew up in what would be called a perfect family. My immediate family consisted of my Dad, Mom, two older brothers […]
December 12, 2016

Setting Goals-A Yogic View

As the New Year approaches, many of us decide that setting goals that will help us achieve something, or just become a better person. Often times, these goals fade away in a few months for various reasons.  In Yoga philosophy, Samskaras are thought to be an inheritance of mental, physical and emotional patterns or behaviors that can keep us from reaching our goals.  
August 22, 2016

Treatment for PTSD: Understand and Overcome Your Childhood Trauma

When you were young, did you experience a childhood trauma? Have those memories continued to haunt you into adulthood? Untreated, trauma can have a negative impact on your life and relationships. Learn more about childhood trauma and its treatments
August 4, 2016
ADHD Counseling

What is Catastrophic Thinking and How Can You Control It?

Catastrophic thinking, also known as catastrophizing, means more than just being a pessimist. It is a condition where you believe the absolute worst is going to occur. This can cause a lot of anxiety and stress for anyone who has this mode of thinking. Thankfully, there are ways that you can be treated so that you don’t have to expect the worst case scenario to occur.
June 27, 2016

Is It Arguing or a Sign of Verbal Abuse? How to Tell the Difference

Do you find yourself arguing with your partner often? When you argue, does it seem as if your partner is attacking you verbally, calling you […]
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