The Awkward Silence

I see individuals who experience anxiety and disconnection. Many times there are these long awkward silences. I think many clients wonder what that’s about. It’s something that, as therapists, we spend a considerable amount of time practicing being able to do in our training. The novice wants to jump in, fill the space, make things not so awkward. The fact is this is unrealistic in life. We have pauses in our momentum, in relationships, in families, that feel unbearable for one reason or another. And here you come to therapy to understand your family, your relationships, your momentum. But what if all the pause needed was to be tolerated, to have faith that it was not a permanent condition. What if the breath could bring your divine, your truth, your intuition into a more tangible experience?



Sex Coach Tip of the Month

Music has a powerful effect on our moods. In fact, studies show definite behavioral changes in individuals when listening to different kinds of music. Think how you feel when your favorite song comes on, or the way you get pumped for your workout by selecting certain songs. During the early phases of your relationship you…



The Baby Blues vs. Postpartum Depression | 4 Ways to Tell the Difference

Founder and Executive Director of The Healing Group, Kristin Hodson, joined Studio 5’s Brooke Walker to talk about the difference between the baby blues and postpartum depression.  80% of women will experience the baby blues, the normal response to childbirth while up to 30% of women will experience the more serious, but treatable postpartum depression.…