Mental health

Why Vulnerability is a Strength

May 13, 2021

Misconceptions About Vulnerability What are your initial thoughts when you think about vulnerability? Many of us might associate vulnerability with feelings of fear, uncertainty or shame. We may have been taught not to allow ourselves… Continue reading

5 Ways to Cope With Trauma

May 6, 2021

We develop trauma as an emotional response to a negative life-changing event. Trauma can form from occurrences like an accident, death, sexual assault, natural disaster, or any other type of disturbing experience. Before we can… Continue reading

3 Ways Therapy Can Help With Depression

April 15, 2021

Each year, an estimated 17 million adults suffer from depression. Depression is a serious mental health condition that involves prolonged feelings of sadness or hopelessness, and a loss of interest in things we once enjoyed.… Continue reading

How to Make Changes in Your Life

March 4, 2021

By Michael McColley, CFT Graduate Intern As human beings, we are often propelled to find what feels “best,” “right,” and “healthy” for our lives. While words like these may seem helpful, they can often be… Continue reading