Values in our Lives

Values in our Lives

Written by therapist Fallyn Lara The word “identity” can be a daunting one for us to define. This may have been defined by what our parents told us to be, societal standards, our job, our education status, or so many different things. What if a piece of our identity...
When Anxiety Strikes

When Anxiety Strikes

Written by therapist Melissa Del Carmen This past year has presented many situations and interactions that have allowed me to learn more about myself. As a result of the pandemic and personal life transitions that have occurred, I’ve gradually noticed how the anxiety...
Speaking the Right Language

Speaking the Right Language

Written by therapist Roslyn Jordan A primary key factor to sustaining healthy relationships is being able to appropriately express love and care and being willing to extend and receive forgiveness. In his New York Times bestselling book, The Five Love Languages and...