Embracing Rest

Embracing Rest

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis What does it mean to rest? What do you imagine, hear, or feel when you think about rest? For some, it may be a nap, while for others, streams of still water, and for another practicing yoga on a mountain top may do the trick. No...
Automatic Thoughts

Automatic Thoughts

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis Automatic thoughts are involuntary, unconscious thoughts that arise with little to no human direction. At times, they can feel instinctive – just as instinctive as eating when you are hungry, grabbing a drink when you are...
Empty Chair

Empty Chair

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis You probably don’t notice me Last night you threw your 7th piece of laundry on top of me I get it, I’m not the most pleasing sight to see I was hoping to be the resting place for your weary feet I know, I’m hard, unyielding,...
Negative Self-Talk

Negative Self-Talk

What quiet whisper do you hear in the coolness of the day?What overwhelming voice cries out and never goes away? Are criticism, judgement, and self-hatred places where you commune?Does it’s fractured melody sound like a toxic tune? Have you taken a moment to examine...
Walk in the RAIN

Walk in the RAIN

Have you ever wondered what it would look like to embrace the rain? To allow its droplets of kindness to rest gently on your skin. To be still and allow its soft tender voice to wash over your anxiety, sorrow, and stress. They say, “April showers bring May flowers.”...