Welcome to June’s edition of What Your Therapists are Reading. There is a variety this month ranging from parenting, education, depression and tools to use in therapy sessions. Make sure to add at least one of these to your summer reading list! Impact Therapy: The Courage to Counsel by Jacobs and Schimmel Very helpful with […]
Often individuals will enter into counseling because they want or need to make a change. I see individuals and couples for a variety of reasons listed below Addiction counseling (chemical dependency for individual and families) Anxiety Depression Assertiveness development Conflict resolution Life Transitions Postpartum Counseling Relationship conflict Self-Care Stress management Women’s Issues Although I see clients for […]
Throughout the year, I run a variety of classes and workshops that focus on motherhood and parenting.
Finding a therapist can be the first step in a journey of healing and self discovery. The process of finding a therapist can become overwhelming. Who will I choose? How do I decide? I believe that each individual needs to feel comfortable with whom ever they choose.
May is Maternal Mental Health Month so I decided to dedicate this issue of What Your Therapists are Reading to the topic of maternal mental health and more specifically perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. This list is not comprehensive by any means. There are lots of great books written for both professionals and as […]
Welcome to What Your Therapists are Reading April 2018! I am excited for this list, because two of my favorite authors are listed, Daniel Seigel and Tina Payne Bryson. The Yes Brain is on my list of books to read, so I am hoping to get to it soon! We also have a workbook […]