Confidence Matters: How to Handle Conflict in Your Relationship

Confidence Matters: How to Handle Conflict in Your Relationship

Rachel Pinto, LPC I have been a therapist now for eight years, and it wasn’t long before I started noticing trends in how couples talk to each other. There are some personality types – and for the purposes of this article we will refer to them as the Approacher...
Couples: How to Boost a Partner with Lagging Self-Esteem

Couples: How to Boost a Partner with Lagging Self-Esteem

Susan Warren, LMSW When we are in a relationship with someone, we see all aspects of them. We see the stuff we fell in love with, the stuff that makes them unique, and we even know the stuff they don’t show to the rest of the world. What a privilege! Of course this...
A Tale of Two Winters

A Tale of Two Winters

Shayna Simeone Fendley, LCSW November 2019: You have carefully planned a Thanksgiving menu that manages to balance traditional fixings with great-aunt Susie’s husband’s allergy to corn. Family is flying in, and everyone looks forward to a few days off work with the...
How To Find a Therapist: Navigating the Mental Health Alphabet 

How To Find a Therapist: Navigating the Mental Health Alphabet 

Susan Warren, LMSW Searching through the internet when you’ve decided to seek mental health help can seem daunting. There is a wide array of mental health professionals available to you. Pretty soon the alphabet of the Mental Health world comes alive: LCSW, LPC, LMSW,...
Teletherapy and COVID-19

Teletherapy and COVID-19

Shayna Fendley, LCSW Coping mentally and emotionally using teletherapy during COVID-19 How did you spend your day today? Was it home in front of the computer or your smartphone, refreshing the latest news, wondering if you should even bother putting on daytime...