Reflections From Our Therapists

The depths of the human experience is endless. Here on our blog, our therapists explore and share their ideas around psychotherapy and what it means to be a human.

  • “Everything feels important, but nothing feels meaningful.”

    Gomattie Bell September 21, 2022

    “I was doing a lot, but truthfully, nothing felt meaningful to me. I had no idea what I actually wanted or needed.”

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  • Seasonal transitions

    Tori Williams, LMHC September 15, 2022

    When we take time to reflect, we can observe a complex and beautiful world cycling through constant patterns, phases, and stages of transition.

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  • Questions to ask to find the right therapist for you

    Danielle Louis, MHC-LP September 12, 2022

    If you’re in search of a new therapist, this article will guide you through some useful questions to ask both them and yourself.

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  • Advice that therapists think is trash

    Kimberly Jaso, MHC-LP September 8, 2022

    As therapists, we’ve heard it all. Here are a few pieces of advice we’re requesting to get officially retired from our social circles.

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  • Your recovery doesn't have to look perfect

    Humantold September 7, 2022

    It’s all about progress, not perfection.

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  • It's okay to depend on other people

    Danielle Russo, LMHC August 26, 2022

    Isolation is often a self-perpetuating cycle, making people feel as if they must solve their problems alone and further weakening their self-worth when they’re incapable of doing so.

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  • How not to feel hopeless

    Tori Williams, LMHC August 25, 2022

    Hopelessness is defined as the feeling or state of despair and can feel like sadness, apathy, despair, emptiness, or helplessness.

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  • What is shame?

    Humantold August 23, 2022

    Shame is perhaps the most powerful emotion we feel, and, as a result, can be one of the hardest feelings to own out loud. It’s much easier to say, “I’m sad,” or “I’m mad,” than to say, “I feel a lot of shame about what I did.” So why is that? Shame is hard to understand, but something we do know is that it’s closely related to mental health problems, such as depression and anxiety disorders. Here, we’ll explore some of the reasons why shame is difficult, and lift the veil on this challenging emotion.

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  •  How to have hard convos with your family

    Andrea Brunetti August 17, 2022

    Communication with loved ones can be tense and stressful. Here’s how to keep things productive.

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  • Psychological safety

    Pamela Giambona, Ph.D August 15, 2022

    As individuals, we strive for success and excellence. We strive for success in our relationships, both at home and at work. Psychological safety can help us achieve that excellence. But what does the buzzword “psychological safety” mean?

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