The Psychological Effects of Mom Shaming

A trend that is unfortunately common with individuals and mothers in this generation is “Mom Shaming,” which generally speaking is criticizing a mother for making choices […]

Tips & Skills to Manage Anxiety

What is anxiety?    Anxiety may be described as an emotion of nervousness, excessive worry, and often present with irrational fears. If unmanaged, anxiety can cause anxiety or […]

Psychological Testing and Assessment

Broadly speaking, much of the change process relies on developing a greater self-understanding. Building insight is often personal, relational, and about understanding the greater world and […]

5 tips to Strengthen Emotional Connection

Being married is not always easy. Every couple has their ups and their downs for numerous reasons. It may be because of poor communication skills, destructive […]

The Beginnings of Consent

Today I want to remind everyone about the idea of teaching consent from a young age. I say remind because this is not a new idea […]

The Transition Back to School

The experience of going back to school after summer break can differ for everyone.  As a former teacher, I usually entered the new school year with […]

Postpartum Anxiety: It’s Real, and We Need to Talk About it More

Postpartum depression (PPD) is a pretty common topic amongst new mothers and their doctors.  While a woman is pregnant she will be constantly monitored to assess […]

Your Diagnosis is Not Your Label

Labels are important in our society. Some labels are literal; you will buy a jar of pickles because it is labeled, “Pickles,” or you will buy […]