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A Recent Interview….

A Recent Interview….

I was recently interviewed and featured on Katie Hoffman’s blog which was an honor. Below you will find our interview, which discusses my practice and background as a licensed therapist. Allison and I connecting is a social media success story. A couple months ago, I discovered this […]

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Thinking About the Pursuer/Distancer Dynamic…

Thinking About the Pursuer/Distancer Dynamic…

I work with many clients who are in the process of healing from the end of a relationship. As human beings, many of us have the automatic tendency to anxiously pursue someone who is wanting space, and it’s incredibly difficult to move away from this habitual pattern of behavior. When […]

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Don’t Run From Panic (Some Anxiety Management Tips)…

I work with many clients who are struggling to cope with daily feelings of anxiety and panic attacks. Through psychoeducation, many of them are surprised to learn that some of their attempts to “fight” or “win” against these uncomfortable sensations actually may be making them worse, and […]

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Try These Coping Statements for Anxiety…

Try These Coping Statements for Anxiety…

Coping statements are a tool that I use with many of my clients who feel anxious or overwhelmed. These positive statements can help you cultivate attitudes of accepting and allowing the needed time to pass during a panic attack. Many of my clients actually find it helpful […]

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Every Day Matters…

Every Day Matters…

I often work with my therapy clients to help them understand that attitude is a choice. LIFE IS SHORT: We create our own world by the way in which we choose to see it. It’s important to remember that you can focus your time on fear, worry, problems […]

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Simple Steps for Managing Panic Attacks

Simple Steps for Managing Panic Attacks

I work with many clients who come for assistance with panic attacks. It’s important to remember that resisting or fighting initial panic symptoms can actually make them worse…here are some simple steps to help you manage panic attacks: 1. Panic attacks are often experienced as extremely unpleasant […]

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Recognizing Depressive Thinking

Recognizing Depressive Thinking

(Please note, this Blog post has been adapted from a passage from the Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Depression, Chapter 4) During the course of a normal day, we think thousands of thoughts…maybe even tens of thousands. The Psychologist William James used the term “stream of consciousness” to […]

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