When Art and Therapy Collide

Art & Therapy – An Inspiring Combination I am currently working with a client who leaves our sessions and processes her feelings by making art, which she sends me each week. She has graciously allowed me to share these anonymously. I am amazed at how much this client has grown and healed in the past year. […]

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Divorce season is almost here. Don’t get caught by surprise.

January is divorce season. I know this is a harsh reality.  Right now, this is the time of year when most people are thinking of the upcoming holiday menus, shopping lists and time with family. But for my practice, it is the calm before the storm. January is our busiest time of year. Some of […]

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The Blame Game: Why We Need to Stop Playing

Playing the blame game is poisonous Blame is poisonous for personal growth because it allows you to keep the focus on someone else. Even worse, it forces you in a victim position because you can’t control the person you are blaming. That means you have no control over the painful situation and keeps you stuck. […]

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