Understanding Postpartum Depression by Ashleigh Gabriel, LCSW   Postpartum Depression (PPD) has become almost a buzz phrase in the motherhood community lately, but with good reason. We are experiencing an increase in societal awareness of mental health issues and understanding their affects on people with PPD being one...

Peace in the Time of COVID 19: 10 Ways to Mind Your Mental Health During a Pandemic by Ashleigh Gabriel, LCSW   There is no beating around the bush, we are experiencing a pandemic and it is impacting all of our lives. As we all struggle to follow the...

Ringing In the New Year! by Page Brockwell, LCSW   Happy New Year! The new year is often a time of reflection and renewal. People spend time reviewing the events of the past year and begin to think about the future and possible commitments for the year ahead....

The Spirit of the Season by Alisa Johnson, LPC     When you think about December, what comes to mind? Is it the Christmas tree, beautifully adorned in bright colors and sparkling lights? Or the Christmas carols that fill the airwaves with light-hearted joy and delight? Maybe it's the excitement...

Happiness: Now Available on Aisle 5 by Ashleigh Gabriel, LCSW          I hear it a lot from clients, “I just want to be happy.” The only problem with that desire is it often tends to be too black and white. First, we have to figure out...

Perfectionism: A Heavy Shield by Laura James, LPC-S   Perfectionism: An endless hamster wheel we get trapped in that tells us whatever we are doing or being is never good enough.  It may feel like it pushes us to our full potential and we may even receive accolades when...

TELEHEALTH NOTICE!WE'RE TEMPORARILY MOVING TO TELEHEALTH COUNSELING, AFTER THANKSGIVING!

We continue to stay committed to the mental, emotional, and physical safety and well-being of all of our clients and the community at large. To that end, we will be temporarily closing the physical office and offering counseling sessions through TELEHEALTH ONLY, starting immediately after Thanksgiving and continuing at least through December 31st. This is not likely to change the dates or times of your appointments.

Because the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase and hospital beds continue to become harder and harder to find for COVID patients, we are implementing this safety measure for the two weeks after Thanksgiving and will assess after the two week period ends. It is also highly likely that we will move to telehealth again at Christmas, if not before.