Are you the Identified Patient in your family-of-origin? Today’s post explores what it means to be an identified patient, why this happens, and how to take care of yourself.
In my 10 years as a therapist, I’ve distilled 13 key ingredients that create a recipe for robust mental health. In today’s post, I share what they are.
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.
As we leave this year and this decade, I invite you to be curious about the shape of things missing from your life and what your soul needs for nourishment.
The holidays can feel really hard for many people. If you’re one of them, if you hate the holidays, you’re not alone and this post and its nine important reminders is for you.
Siblings raised in a traumatic home can have very different responses as adults. Here’s how and why, and also how this matters given the politics of today, especially regarding the detainment of migrant children at the border.