Monthly Archives: July 2014

Spirituality and Mental Health

By Elizabeth Wine As a therapist, self-care is something I am constantly aware of and striving to do a better job at. I have found the greatest way that I personally can nurture my soul, is through spiritual practices. You … Continue reading

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Life lessons

By Elizabeth Wine The other evening I was waiting in line for a cashier at a store. In front of me were a mother and her young child, who was sobbing. As they approached the cashier, the child handed over … Continue reading

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Great Expectations

By Elizabeth Wine This morning, I went into the kitchen at work to get some ice for my water bottle. As I walked into the kitchen, a construction worker was setting up his tools for the day, including a large … Continue reading

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What a therapist is. And isn’t.

By Michelle Scheu How is therapy different from a friendship? Both are relationships. In both, you choose a partner. You tell the other person your deepest, darkest secrets. You try to get advice.   It seems the same, right? But it … Continue reading

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What are you reading right now?

By Laurie Moffitt, guest blogger When I find myself feeling completely overwhelmed, tired and stressed out by life, I like to curl up on the couch with a book. One of my favorite pastimes is reading. I love the feel … Continue reading

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