I recently moved to a new town and with that has come a whole slew of new things — new stores, new roads, new weather, new couch, new people, etc. I was reflecting on all of this newness and one thing I noticed is how the novelty of new things really makes you slow down. In my old town, I could get to and from places without much thought or effort. But nowadays it takes a lot of conscious focus and concentration to figure out which way is west and which aisle at the store has
In early December, I set a personal goal to get a website up and establish an online presence promoting myself and my services as an MFT by the end of the month. This was important to me because I was moving to a new town and needed a way to connect to other professionals and potential new clients. You’ll be happy to know I accomplished this and felt successful. Then, I set the intention to, by New Years Eve, write on my blog once a week (and then some) to discuss topics clos
May 15, 2017
Q and A session with Med School Tutors
Sat down with the folks of MST and answered a few questions on anxiety and radical acceptance. Check it out!