Tag: Kalamazoo therapy

How to Survive a Quarantine in the Age of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

March 21, 2020
As a psychotherapist, one of my central approaches to helping others is the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This approach is founded on challenging distorted thoughts that tend to foster...

Understanding Being Transgender: What to Know and What to Do

June 3, 2019
June is National Pride Month! So, I figured I would start the month off with some pride talking about a topic that has been getting a lot of press lately:...

How to have “The Sex Talk” with your Kids

August 30, 2018
[As printed in The Women’s Lifestyle Magazine of Greater Kalamazoo, August 2018 Edition] Just reading the title of this article may give you anxiety. It’s okay. As uncomfortable as it...

Understanding Grief: The Five Stages

August 6, 2018
[As printed in The Women’s Lifestyle Magazine of Greater Kalamazoo, July 2018 Edition] It would be nice if life was made only of blissful moments. However, we all know that...

How to Support a Loved One in Therapy

May 30, 2018
[While my time meeting with clients is focused how I can help them directly, it has struck me that it is also important to address the culture of change that...

What is Meditation?

April 4, 2018
[As printed in Natural Awakening’s magazine, March 2018 edition.] What do you think of when you think of “meditation?” If you are anything like me, the image of Rafiki, the...

How to Quiet the Bully in your Head

February 22, 2018
[Published in Natural Awakening’s magazine, November 2017 edition.] How often do you find yourself getting caught up in a spiral of negative thinking? “Shame on me!”, “I cannot believe I...

New Client Newsletter

August 24, 2017
It is not uncommon for those new to therapy or me as a therapist to ask “What can I expect from therapy?”. Here are some tips to help you make...

How to Manage Anxiety: Stop Telling Stories!

March 28, 2017
One of my specialties as a therapist is teaching others how to manage anxiety. In my work with others on this topic, I have found that anxiety is an old...

Why People Go to Therapy

September 21, 2016
As Robert Frost wrote many years ago, “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” People...
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