Almost 18 years ago I was setting up my first apartment as a married woman in upstate New York. One of the first things I pulled out of the box was our brand new, shiny computer complete with a cd-rom which would allow us to connect, via landline, to the Internet. I remember putting the…Details
It’s that time of life. You’ve been married maybe 7 or 15 or even 23 years. You may have a few kids (or dogs) and have finally found your career and settled in. You have bills, “meetings” of a various sort, a lawn to mow, and your usual “date night” consists of dinner at one…Details
After my first and second babies my body regained its shape fairly easily. My third pregnancy changed everything. I gained this special extra roll of skin right below my bra — and it has never gone away and I don’t think it will. Not only that, but my body didn’t just “bounce back” like it…Details
We are starting up another Finding Wonder Woman Art Therapy group for teenage girls this October. Healthy self-esteem is rooted in a realistic understanding and acceptance of who you are. You will explore who you understand yourself to be, who you wish to be and strengths you possess to help get get there! This group will be…Details
We’re excited to begin sharing with you our favorite books in our new series, Books Worth Reading, and hope you will give us a few suggestions for books to review as well We’re kicking things off by reviewing a book co-authored by our very own Kristin Hodson and Alisha Worthington, with Thomas Harrison called: Real…Details
Touch is an art to be cultivated. Like anything else it is a skill to be learned and is has to re-learned as circumstances change, we age, or health issues arise. And the great thing about touch is it can range from extremely intimate and vulnerable to playful and flirtatious to caring and compassionate. Far…Details
After a longer sabbatical, we are THRILLED to have therapist Fabiola Jamieson back. She is warm, caring and knowledgable and offers all of her clinical services in both english and spanish. We would love to have you read more about her in our providers section.
By: Alisha Worthington, SSW If you’re a news junkie like I am, then you may be feeling a bit discouraged. The headlines are filled with the desperate struggles of many in the world. And then, add to that, whatever other stressors may be affecting you and it’s easy to see how negativity can quickly rule…Details