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Attachment Theory

Attachment Theory

Attachment theory has been prominent for decades now, but recently has received a lot of attention in pop culture and social media. On TikTok, the hashtag #attachmentstyles has been viewed more than a billion times. Rooted in science, attachment theory describes how...

Resolutions for Your Mental Health

Resolutions for Your Mental Health

Have you ever watched the ball drop on New Year’s Eve? 10…9…8…7…6…5….4….3…2…1 and just like that, it’s the beginning of a new year. What are the ways that you head into the New Year? Are you excited with goals to accomplish and dreams to fulfill over the next 365...

Have You Been Feeling SAD?

Have You Been Feeling SAD?

“Here comes the sun, doo-doo-doo-doo. Here comes the sun, and I say it’s alright. Little darling, it’s been a long, cold, lonely winter. Little darling, it feels like years since it’s been here.” Oh, the Beatles, they sure knew what they were singing about, didn’t...

Understanding Upstanders

Understanding Upstanders

Some moments stick with you forever. I will never forget the day a person on my bus stood up for me. I was a first grader at the time, but I still remember every detail. I walked past a couple of bus seats, the backs of the seats taller than I was. I stopped to take a...

Brainspotting: A Revolutionary Therapeutic Tool

Brainspotting: A Revolutionary Therapeutic Tool

Have you tried talk therapy, but still struggle with the same unresolved concerns? Ideally, therapy will help resolve your mental health symptoms, give you skills for managing life’s challenges and leave you feeling hopeful. However, people often feel stuck in therapy...

Finding the Right Therapist

Finding the Right Therapist

It’s exciting to live in a time where mental health is becoming destigmatized and people are supported and encouraged in getting the help they need. On the other hand, this has amplified the struggle many experience in finding a provider. Finding a qualified therapist...

How to Engage with an Introvert

How to Engage with an Introvert

A couple years out of graduate school, I worked in a large office building down town in a medium sized city. Being in an intermediate job position with entry level experience, I felt intimidated working with much more seasoned employees who had been with the...

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