Therapists- Here’s a Question

Therapists--- Laura and I have a question for you. Are you disappointed our Retreat is on a Friday? What if... you asked your clients if they might reschedule because you are going to be out of the office that day doing a self-care retreat? Even as I type this, I can feel my stomach tightening for you. I get it…...[ read more ]

Truth and Grace in Living out our Days

This world is a broken place and the events surrounding the presidential election have caused a reaction throughout our country.  The final results show that our nation is divided.  The pain and anger is not limited to a certain percentage of the population, but appears to be felt across the board.  How do we move on? Can we manage truth and grace as part of...[ read more ]

Therapists and Their Dogs: I’m Thinking About Taking My Dog to the Office

Over the last months, there have been several Facebook discussions among therapists about bringing dogs to the office. I understand the urge! All of us who adore and have felt the power of healing from four-legged friends want to share that with our clients.   We know about the benefits of that non-judgmental, feel good, oxytocin-producing presence of animals. And while there...[ read more ]

Willing to Have a Conversation about Suicide?

September is National Suicide Awareness Month in the United States and a conversation about suicide can save a life. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for 24-35 year olds and 3rd leading cause of death for 15-24 year olds. Suicide knows no boundaries. Regardless of social, religious, cultural background it is a high probability that you know someone...[ read more ]

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy: Too Much for Words?

“As a certified EAP therapist, I see it happen time after time. Sometimes it’s just too much for words. Sometimes you just have to experience it. Sometimes you just have to stand in awe.” This is the last paragraph of Horses Can Heal blog published last week on the Soul Care Collective site. When I am with a group of...[ read more ]

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