There are many factors contributing to a building anxiety globally and as individuals. A flood of information, ever changing circumstances, fear for our own wellbeing and others, restricted access to amenities, lack of normal routine or structure, unknown days ahead… the list … [Read more...] about Facing Anxiety Amidst the Coronavirus
Depression can be sneaky or loud. Sometimes it goes under the radar for months or years unrecognized, and other times it effects your life so significantly that you can’t ignore it. Without guidelines, it can be difficult to identify whether you may be experiencing depression or … [Read more...] about How Do I Know if I Am Depressed?
There are many differing points of view on psychotropic medication (aka prescriptions for mental health). You could spend hours, probably days, reading all of the different perspectives and case studies on the effectiveness, side effects, alternatives, etc. I myself have … [Read more...] about Medication Considerations: A Time and a Place
“Here I raise my ebenezer, hither by thy help I’ve come.” This refrain frequently finds its way into my mind. The soft melody is a sweet reminder. Remember how the Lord has helped you, Rachel. Remember how far you’ve come. It’s Him that has brought you here. The concept … [Read more...] about Here I Raise My Ebenezer
There are a variety of reasons a person might give for not wanting to go to counseling. You might be that person. We counselors get it. There are no guarantees when you walk into that office, and it is scary and vulnerable work you’re signing up for. If you’re averse to going … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons People Don’t Go to Counseling
If you are a parent, you may have discovered that each child is different and requires unique parenting techniques. Our children are people with varying natures, experiences, emotions and personalities. It makes sense that they have different needs that require different … [Read more...] about Parenting Children with Trauma