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Unfollowing for My Mental Health

For the last few years, I've viewed Facebook as a necessary evil. It's an easy way to update my friends and family and vice versa. I belong to a number of personal and professional groups, including a fitness accountability group that I post in daily. I have pages for...

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The March Session Plan is Here!

This semester, I'm in pre-practicum for my mental health counseling degree, and the focus for our clinical sessions is on listening, being in the moment, and reflection of feelings. I am trying to carry my intention of being PRESENT into every aspect of my life, and...

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The February Session Plan is Here!

How is the new year going for you? If it’s anything like mine, it’s probably been a little (or a lot)…bumpy. COVID-19 is raging once again, which has posed issues for my private practice, children’s school, and just about every other area of life. It’s beyond...

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Marissa R.

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Amanda E.

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