Uncovering Your Values

Uncovering Your Values

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis Values are defined as, “a person’s principles or standards of behavior; one’s judgment of what is important or beneficial in life” (Google), and as Elvis Presley once said, “Values are like fingerprints. Nobody’s...
Am I Anxiously Attached?

Am I Anxiously Attached?

Written by therapist Treshana Lewis Have you ever wondered why some people have difficulty becoming close to others, while others are able to maintain trusting, long-lasting relationships? Do you question others’ love for you or have a hard time experiencing and...
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...
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...