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A Guide To Finding Your Ideal Therapist

Cassandra Schraft, MSEd, LPC “I tried therapy and it didn’t work for me.” Sound familiar?  This sentiment is not uncommon. As a therapist with nearly a decade of experience, one thing I have come to realize is this:  It’s not therapy that didn’t work for you.  It’s the therapist. In my years of practice, I’ve […]

How Do You Reignite a Relationship?

Amanda Swisher, LPC-IT Intimacy in Relationships  Love. A lot of preconceived notions exist regarding love and relationships. Unfortunately, Hollywood has created a picture for us of what love and relationships are supposed to look like, and it’s led many of us to feel bad about the way our relationships are going or how they have […]

Mindful Beginnings: Nurturing Mental Wellness in the New Year

Jennifer Geisler, LPC       As the new year approaches, it is a time for us to consider how we can foster a more positive outlook in the upcoming year. We may consider personal improvements such as adopting healthier eating habits, getting more sleep, engaging in regular exercise, or focusing on our mental well-being. While this period […]

Simple Steps to Boost Your Mental Health

Breanna Zold, LPC-Intern Mental health struggles can impact anyone, for various reasons, and at different points in life. Whether you’re dealing with the aftermath of a breakup, adjusting to a new career, or battling unresolved past traumas, the burden of these symptoms can feel overwhelming and even debilitating at times. It’s important to acknowledge that […]

Ethical Non-Monogamous (ENM) Relationships

Amanda Swisher, LPC-IT What is Ethical Non-Monogamy? Most of those who have grown up in the United States are usually well aware of what monogamy is. Often portrayed as the acceptable journey towards love in pop culture, it is a very familiar story; Boy meets girl (or boy meets boy, or girl meets girl), they […]