At times, I miss when I was depressed. Let me explain.

Sometimes, I'm reminded of how stuck I was and a part of me misses that feeling. I've never fully understood why I've (at times) missed when I was depressed. I think when I first recognized this feeling, I confused it with missing being depressed. But that's not it. At times, I miss when I was … Continue reading At times, I miss when I was depressed. Let me explain.

Perspective: The Meaning Behind The Healthy Mindset Project

I'll be the first to admit that I'm a bit pessimistic when it comes to my life. I often tell people that I'm neither happy or unhappy, but simply content. Right down the middle. Life is alright. I was having a family therapy session with a client of mine and her father, discussing the struggle … Continue reading Perspective: The Meaning Behind The Healthy Mindset Project

Saying Goodbye to 2010s: The Ups and Downs of My Mental Health

It is officially 2020! Honestly, a small part of me (many years ago) never pictured making it to 2020, but here we are. With it being the start of a brand new year, I found myself reflecting on the 2010s; the good, the bad, the humiliating, the heartbreaking. If you had to summarize each year … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to 2010s: The Ups and Downs of My Mental Health

Breaking Down Common Mental Disorder Stereotypes

Stereotyping mental disorders continues the overall stigma of mental illness. I just wanted to address some common stereotypes that I've seen put on clients from family, friends, co-workers, teachers, etc, that may be limiting a client's progress in therapy. Some of these stereotypes may seem extreme, while others a bit more tame, but nevertheless potentially … Continue reading Breaking Down Common Mental Disorder Stereotypes

How To Find A Therapist In Your Area

I've realized that searching for a therapist can seem like an overwhelming task, so I wanted to make a quick post about ways to find therapists near you. 🙂 The best way (in my opinion) is by searching for therapists on Psychologytoday.com. Psychology Today is a website that most mental health professionals have accounts for, … Continue reading How To Find A Therapist In Your Area