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As a cognitive therapist, I spend a lot of time helping clients figure out if their thinking is helpful. All day, every day, we do a great deal of talking to ourselves, and the things we say during this self-talk greatly color the way we feel about the world and […]

Good Thoughts


I started being a therapist at the end of the Millennium and I am astonished by the change between parenting the Millennial Generation and parenting the present iGeneration. Parents have gone from being Helicopter Parents to being Lawn Mower Parents. For those who aren’t familiar with the term Lawn Mower […]

Lawn Mower Parenting








Do you have a disability? Do you know someone with a disability? Maybe you work with someone living with a disability. Or maybe you know someone who doesn’t understand what having a disability means. We often have misconceptions about other people’s knowledge, skills, and abilities, especially those of people with […]

Disability Awareness


Whichever winter holiday you choose to celebrate, we hope it all turns out like it always looks in the Coke commercials. Warm, happy, and nothing but family love 24-7! But we’ve heard rumor that not every day of the holidays is perfect for everyone and sometimes people are sad, stressed, […]

The Happier Holiday




October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. As a therapist who has worked extensively with children and adults that have been affected by domestic violence, I felt it important to shed some light on this taboo subject. It is frequently referred to as a relationship issue, a secret, or private […]

Top 5 Things You Should Know About Domestic Violence