Looking for a way to feel refreshed (mind & body) after your therapy session? Does the idea of sitting in front of a computer screen or inside an office for an hour keep you from starting the work you want to do in therapy? Or are you feeling stuck with the direction in therapy? Then… Continue reading Walk and Talk Sessions: Connecting with the benefits of movement & nature’s healings
Have you checked out our season 1 podcast episodes! Cafe con Emocion podcast was created to magnify the voices of nuestra gente the Latinx community. Highlighting the social, emotional, political and economic barriers while bridging the gap to access to holistic approaches to mental health. Check out our season 1 on holistic approaches to mental… Continue reading Cafe con emocion podcast
Imagine being clear on the path you want to take but unsure of what direction to go and unsure of what is needed on this journey. Imagine picking up a map to help you navigate this new journey but easily getting overwhelmed with the multiple tasks and possibilities. When you reach out for support from… Continue reading The Journey Of A First Generation College Student
As a therapist and a parent, I often think about how to teach children (my own included) to learn as much as they can about their bodies so that they can have a positive sexual health. How do I nurture and strengthen our communication so that if they were ever victims of any type of… Continue reading E-Thoughts: Nurturing Healthy Relationships At An Early Age.
Early childhood relationships such as (parent, sibling, grandparents, etc.) can serve as a template for all future adult relationships. Through these early childhood interactions, a child learns about boundaries, safety, sharing, and the foundations of forming attachments. These relationship models provide us with learning opportunities. A child may observe their parent’s behavior across several social… Continue reading Preventing Sibling Rivalry During Early Childhood
Remember when the bagger at the market would ask, “paper or plastic?” It was a reminder of how a simple conscious choice we could make to benefit the environment. It takes about 1000 years for a plastic bag to degrade; when discarded and burned, toxic gases are emitted onto the atmosphere. Plastic has negative effects not… Continue reading APATHY: In Mental Illness and Social Issues
There is a common misconception that to identify as a feminist you must abandon certain parts of yourself that contradict the stereotypical image of being a feminist. Just the other day I came across a magazine article titled “Can Feminist Wear Makeup?” Focusing on how a feminist should look undermines the thoughts, actions, and most… Continue reading The Misconceptions Of Being A Feminist