Our sense of self and our idea of true connection to others are shifting in our tech age.
Psychoanalysis and art share important pathways to increase connection to self, creativity, and resilience.
In her newest book, Chelsea Handler offers us reflections on the unconscious, grief, and the power of therapy … between belly laughs, of course.
Slowing down the process in which we choose a coping method and reflecting on our current processes is vital.
Psychotherapy clients can benefit so much from therapy if they follow some essential guidelines.
Can we really hack our way to happiness/success/enlightenment, or is self-transformation harder than it looks?
Pride month is about accepting and celebrating the rainbow of the diverse world around us as well as those colorful qualities inside us.
How Can Surfing Strengthen Mental Health?
Hope can be a driving force as well as a painful part of life. How can we work best with hope?
As the aging process emerges, one is called to delve into one’s internal world and relationships and put less focus upon the physical “doing” of life.
Experiencing emotional reactions that we can’t control can feel like you’re out of your mind, looking in, Psychotherapy can be your locksmith.
Holding onto yourself in the midst of feeling stretched thin.
Marie Kondo is changing the way we think about our belongings much like the show “Hoarders” did when it entered the zeitgeist. But what does our relationship to our belongings mean?
Pigeons’ capacity to adapt to their environment and remain focused on their goal can teach us a lot about not giving up.
This blog is about women, not only biological women, but anyone who identifies as woman, female, she/her. It is also about the women in all of us.