Spring forward with your life

2019-06-01T05:22:49-06:00March 24th, 2016|healthy living|

Spring is here and with it comes the opportunity for new hope, new beginnings, and new activities. Perhaps you have been feeling some seasonal depression from the gloomy winter, or some anxiety about the stress of the holidays or the new year. Or maybe you are just feeling kind of [...]

Values, Vulnerability, and Anxiety

2019-06-01T05:29:15-06:00March 27th, 2015|Social Anxiety|

I was recently inspired by two different TED talks that speak to the importance and power of vulnerability and “coming out of our closets.”  It is a staple of my practice to help individuals deal with difficult aspects of their lives, their relationships, and who they want to be.  So [...]

Overcoming Anxieties

2019-06-01T05:30:07-06:00February 22nd, 2015|Social Anxiety|

Overcoming Anxieties I am inspired to write this blog about overcoming anxiety after constantly seeing friends, family, acquaintances, clients, and at times, myself, caught up in a struggle with anxiety.  What is anxiety after all?  If you break it down, anxiety is really just a term used to describe a [...]

Exposure Therapy

2019-06-01T05:30:26-06:00February 1st, 2015|Social Anxiety|

Exposure therapy and Psychotherapy’s so-called “image problem.” I am writing this in response to a New York Times op-ed piece that my father forwarded to me found here.  The author reports that the number of people seeking psychotherapy alone is down 34% from 1998-2007, while the number of people seeking medications alone is [...]