New Year, New You: Making Realistic Resolutions

New Years Eve is approaching in a few days and many people are asking the same question: What’s my New Years resolution? There are some that […]

Understanding Anger – It’s Okay for Your Child to be Mad at You.

I am imagining the scenario of being angry at my boss. In this hypothetical situation, I had this great idea for a project and she shot […]

New Year, New You: Mental Preparation for Keeping Resolutions

Every year presents itself with a new opportunity to quit a bad habit, lose some extra weight, or even learn a new skill. This opportunity is […]

Afterthoughts about Aftercare


Compassionate Communication: Four Tools that can Vastly Improve your Relationships

By: Kathryne S. Hatch, Psy.D. You walk into your house and see your husband has thrown his jacket on the table, his shoes in the corner, […]

Emotions & Sport Injury: Handling More than Physical Pain

Kelsey Ruffing, MA, LPC   You are a 17 year old basketball player and you have made the Varsity high school basketball team. You start each […]