I started grad school to become a therapist in 2010 and have now spent a decade doing this work. Here are 20 key insights I want to share from those years.
Postpartum depression affects 13% of women and it can often be hard to catch and shameful to see yourself in. But it is so treatable with early detection.
To increase self-compassion and to create possibility for change, we must remember that our self-destructive habits were and are attempts to help ourselves.
If you were a child robbed of your childhood, it can have impacts on you well into adulthood. Today I share what this may look like and what to do about it.
As a therapist, I think it’s a very normal and natural experience to feel disappointed about the disconnect between where we find ourselves in life and where we thought we would be by a certain age. And this experience can have opportunities in it. To learn more, keep reading.