Relationships & Self-Care

Everybody Knows Somebody: Eating Disorder Awareness

by Erin Weinberger • February 10, 2020

Eating disorders are some of the most challenging mental illnesses and are serous, life-threatening conditions. Affecting one in 20 people during their lifetime, eating disorders frequently occur in people with other mental illnesses, including depression, anxiety disorders and substance abuse issues and as with other mental illnesses, early identification and early intervention are keys to recovery. NAMI joins NEDA this week… Read More »

Melissa Pavlik, LMFT

by rene marquez • January 27, 2020
Melissa Pavlik, LMFT I appreciate the courage it takes to be vulnerable and allow someone to hear your story. We all need an emotionally safe, non-judgmental space to connect, explore, and learn about oursevles. I believe you are the expert in your life and I can provide that space to guide you on your journey… Read More »

Hannah Parish, M.A

by rene marquez • December 30, 2019
Hannah Parish M.A No matter where we’ve been, everybody longs to feel heard and understood. When you’re going through a difficult time, being able to process your emotions with someone is incredibly healing. I look forward to walking alongside you in this journey and hearing about your experience. I practice therapy from an open, affirming… Read More »

Emotionally Intelligent Husbands are Key to a Lasting Marriage

by Erin Weinberger • December 13, 2019

What does it mean to accept your partner’s influence? And how do you do it? In the Japanese martial art of Aikido, there’s a central principle called Yield to Win, which is a method of using your opponent’s energy and actions against them to win a fight, rather than strong-arming them into submission. It allows you… Read More »

Erin Appel, MA, LPCC

by rene marquez • November 7, 2019
Erin Appel, MA, LPCC We never received a handbook for this.  We never had this class at school.  Nobody sat us down and taught us how to regulate our emotions, navigate our relationships, or even figure out who we really are.  We were all just doing our best every day with the limited tools we… Read More »

Jennifer Stoltenberg

by rene marquez • October 21, 2019
Jennifer Stoltenberg, Psy D., LP I am a licensed psychologist who is committed to helping youth, adults, and families acquire the tools necessary to achieve personal growth and development. When faced with pain and suffering, we all develop ways to minimize impact. We are all sensitive to the difficulties, challenges, and transitions in our lives,… Read More »

Samantha Kallberg, M.A.

by rene marquez • October 15, 2019
Samantha Kallberg, M.A. Starting therapy can be an overwhelming process during a challenging time in your life. My goal is to provide a space where you feel heard while you share your story in a supportive environment. I have experience working with adolescents, young adults, and adults with a wide range of concerns including anxiety,… Read More »

Virginia Fitch-Braun, M.S.

by rene marquez • October 2, 2019
Virginia Fitch-Braun, M.S. One of the things that makes life so beautiful but also sometimes scary is that change is inevitable- we change; the way we live, what we do, our relationships with others, or maybe even our relationship with ourselves. Change can be exciting, invigorating, and encouraging… Change can also leave you feeling frustrated,… Read More »

This Is When to See a Mental Health Professional About Your Anxiety

by See Original Link • September 27, 2019

Learn about the differences between feeling anxious and having and anxiety disorder.

Laura Nelson

by rene marquez • September 6, 2019
Laura Nelson What is your story? How often do you feel heard? If you’re human, your story is complicated, beautiful, messy, and real. Every person deserves to feel heard and understood. Therapy can be a safe space to tell, process, and re-write your story, no matter how complicated or difficult. I will listen to your… Read More »