The Grey Area

My own thoughts tend to be my own worst enemy. They have been the source of years of anxiety and depression. The vast majority of them is totally irrational, and has little to no truth […]

The Right Way to Breathe

“Just take a deep breath.” The last thing anyone wants to hear when they are upset, angry, or panicking. It is the mind’s equivalent of “relax” or “calm down.” On the other hand, if you […]

Doing Mode

Over the past week, I have been reflecting quite a bit on a conversation I had with a colleague regarding mindfulness. I thought it might be worth sharing because it put things in perspective and […]

What is Self-Care?

Whenever I ask this question to my clients, I feel like a seventh grade English teacher reviewing vocabulary. “It’s taking care of yourself.” I have to kindly remind them not to use the words in […]

Welcome to The Caring Counselor!

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