Intergenerational Trauma

Intergenerational Trauma

Written by therapist Marissa Halstead Most all of us grow up in the context of a family unit. This family unit teaches us how to be in the world and helps shape our values, character, and interests. Unfortunately, oftentimes our families teach us really unhealthy...
Racial Trauma and Post-Traumatic Growth

Racial Trauma and Post-Traumatic Growth

Written by therapist Doxa Zannou Today, we will briefly explore what healing from racial trauma looks like through the lens of post traumatic growth, and I will challenge you to find adaptive coping mechanisms you can return to regularly. Indeed, healing is a journey...
When Healing is Lonely

When Healing is Lonely

Written by therapist Clair Miller Therapy as healing One of the best parts of this job is hearing people’s stories. I love stories in general, but I especially love hearing someone’s “story” as a whole – their narrative and the way they make sense of the life...