“I empower burnt out women to kick stress to the curb while feeling on top of things, so they can have more time for themselves and loved ones… without to do list, being more productive, or quitting their jobs.”
The more time that passes, the more harm I see in labeling things as right and wrong. Hear me out. Why do we feel such pressure to do the right thing? Is it because if we don’t, we think we’ll suffer consequences? If we don’t, we’re bad people? If we don’t, all hell will breakContinue reading “Doing the “Right” Thing…”
“Today, I’ll share a few ways in which people pleasing may present and then discuss some methods to become a little more balanced while remaining nice, setting appropriate boundaries, and understanding deeper meanings behind our behaviors.”
“…alcohol use is unsafe for teens and the adolescent brain.”
“Affirmative consent means that both people clearly and freely agree to engage in sexual
We have exciting news! On the administrative and billing side, there have been longstanding issues with utilizing clients’ insurance benefits. Navigating the insurance world has been feared by many therapists because of these issues as it seemed to be more easily accessible for larger companies or private practices. In truly an amazing fashion regarding timing,Continue reading “Our Journey Into Insurance”
As helpful as they are, smartphones can also be dangerous to kids. Here are some ways you can protect your child from inappropriate content and cyberbullying.
“Holding onto resentment is like taking the knife you were stabbed with, leaving it in the wound, and slowly twisting the knife.”
Content contributed by Katie Mitchell, Director of Training and Fidelity at the Appalachian Replication Project
This blog post was contributed by Katie Mitchell of SexEdVA, a division of James Madison University working to support sexual health education, family life programming, and positive youth development across Virginia. To inquire about partnering with them or to find out more, visit http://www.sexedva.org or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.