7 Tips for Supporting Employees During COVID

6 Tips for Supporting Employees During COVID

by William Schroeder, LPC We all know that the end of a year—the clock turning over from December 31 to January 1—is solely symbolic. Nothing magical transpires overnight, and while the clock does reset in a sense, the world does not. And so even as the final hours of 2020 elicited a global sigh of […]

Why Do We Get Nervous?

Why Do People Get Nervous

By William Schroeder, LPC When I talk to clients about anxiety, I often hear stories of people feeling like they are drowning in anxiety. When you feel this way, it’s hard not to want to never feel this way again but anxiety is actually a healthy thing. Kevin Fall, PhD, once described anxiety being like […]

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in 2021

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in 2021

By Kelly Edwards, LPC Associate, LMFT Associate Even in a “normal” year, Valentine’s Day gets its share of eye rolls. Deemed a “Hallmark holiday” by many, it’s increasingly considered a day designed not for cherishing and honoring loved ones, but for commerce and profit. The result? A lot of couples simply opt out. This year, […]

10 New Year’s “Resolutions” for Working Moms

10 New Year’s “Resolutions” for Working Moms

This is usually the time of year when the word “resolution” gets to have its moment in the sun. The clock resets, a new year is ushered in, and we all get to the work of planning the next 12 months, deciding which goals we’ll set for ourselves. But after last year—and, now, the first […]

What do I do before taking ADD or ADHD medicine to not feel irritable?

What do I do before taking ADD or ADHD medicine to not feel irritable?

By William Schroeder, LPC Many clients will come into therapy already on medications and very frequently they have questions. Lately I have had several clients as “What do I do before taking ADD or ADHD medicine to not feel irritable?” As a therapist who is not a prescriber, my first suggestion is to talk with […]