Wisemind: Three in one

Wisemind: Three in one

Written by therapist Fallyn Lara In counseling we often say, feelings are neither good nor bad, they just are, although, our childhood experiences may have told us otherwise. Our parents may have said, “stop crying,”  “put a smile on your face,” or, “turn that frown...
Making Use of Communication Exercises

Making Use of Communication Exercises

Written by therapist Bria McCalpin As the majority of us know, communication is a part of any relationship and sometimes it can be difficult to communicate with others, especially with partners. However, it is important to know there will always be ups and downs as...
Mental Health Apps

Mental Health Apps

Written by therapist Megan Hanafee Major We use our phones for everything and nearly always have them with us. We have apps for staying social, tracking exercise, playing games, and everything in between. Apps can also be a great and easy way to support your mental...
Finding the Right Therapist

Finding the Right Therapist

Written by therapist Ruth Nathaniel You’ve decided to start therapy, and from the looks of it, there isn’t a shortage of therapists. Each one has their own personality, therapeutic orientation, and style. So how do you know when you’ve found the right one? As someone...
A Mindful New Year

A Mindful New Year

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis Transition: the most common shared experience among mankind. We all have had an encounter with transition. Depending on the nature of our experiences, we may await transition with the eyes of dread or expectancy/anticipation. As...