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Isolation & Mental Health

By Kaitlyn DeLeon, LPC / June 7, 2021

Given the hectic and busy world that we live in, time by yourself is necessary. It is important to take time to engage in self-care, have a weekend in, or take a break from social media and life stressors. While engaging in these activities is beneficial, and oftentimes needed, it’s important that we make space […]

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Parenting and Unconditional Love

By Stephanie Chavez, M.A., LPC Associate / March 16, 2021

Parenting can be difficult! As we face daily stressors, it can be easy to unknowingly form bad habits that may effect your children in the future. One way to help your children develop into healthy, happy adults is making sure that your kids know that you love them unconditionally. Doing so can foster a loving […]

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Anxiety in Quarantine

By Kaitlyn DeLeon, LPC / March 10, 2021

This past year has been a new challenge for a majority of the population. We have taken on the challenge of staying home more, limiting our social activity and restricting our interactions with the outside world. When life-altering change occurs, it is not uncommon for anxiety to develop as daily stressors begin to feel overwhelming. […]

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Empowerment During Hard Times

By Stephanie Chavez, M.A., LPC Associate / February 24, 2021

When we reach a point in life unlike what we might have imagined, we can be left feeling vulnerable and helpless. The unfamiliarity of the unexpected can feel daunting and out of our control. It happens to the best of us, because life happens to all of us. This overwhelming sense of powerlessness can lead […]

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Dealing with Holiday Stressors

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / December 16, 2020

Like the rest of 2020, this holiday season is probably going to look different from previous years. On top of the regular stressors, like visiting relatives, purchasing gifts, not breaking the bank and figuring out your holiday schedule, there is the added worry over COVID-19 precautions. Listed below are suggestions on how to maintain your […]

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Deepening Your Relationship – Part 2

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / December 8, 2020

It is surprising how a couple can go from a loving, respectful, deep connection with their partner to living like two strangers in the same house. Is this what has happened in your relationship? Do you want to have a deeper connection with your partner? If you missed Part 1 of the series, you can […]

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Parenting and the Pandemic

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / November 30, 2020

Attention all parents!  Feeling stressed during this difficult time?  Parenting is hard enough, without a pandemic. The struggle is real! You are not alone. Here are 5 things to consider that will keep you on the path to a healthier, happier experience as you journey through this time filled with the stressors of Covid-19.   Don’t […]

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Why Journaling is Useful

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / November 10, 2020

The concept of journaling is not only for teenagers with their sparkly spirals and colorful pens. The benefits are applicable to all people, from all walks of life. Journaling has repeatedly proven to be a successful way of managing stress and anxiety, mining your true feelings, and allowing for a healthy emotional release. However, the […]

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Social Support

By Natalie Wilie, LPC / November 4, 2020

How Important is it to Your Overall Health and Wellbeing? Social support can be described as the physical and emotional comfort we receive through social ties to others, such as family, friends, co-workers, etc. It’s the love and acceptance we feel from belonging to a community of people who care about us. Social support is […]

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