"I'm so busy!" We hear this phrase used all of the time because the reality is we are really busy. Life is chaotic. Work demands, home-life responsibilities, family, friends, hobbies, self-care are all things which take up our time and attention on a daily basis, leaving us more susceptible to exhaustion and burnout along the … Continue reading How To Work Smarter, Not Harder
I remember feeling so anxious, confused, and overwhelmed while I was finishing my up my Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and not just because it was college and the work was challenging but because I needed to start applying to graduate programs and I had no idea where to start. The mental health field is SO … Continue reading How To Choose The Right Career Path In Mental Health When You Are Feeling Stuck
Have you ever seen those memes where it pokes fun at someone for putting hundreds of dollars into their online shopping cart, then getting squeamish over the $5.99 shipping cost? The meme is meant to be silly, but is also pretty relatable because let's face it, we have all done this at one point or … Continue reading Why Investing In Yourself Is The Most Important Thing You Can Do
I remember when I first decided to start a blog. That was 3 years ago. Then I remember when I actually did start my blog. That was a little over a year ago. Why was there such a big gap between deciding and doing? Because I was TERRIFIED. I thought for sure no one cared … Continue reading Why Blogging Doesn’t Have To be scary
Guest Blog Post Written By: Topsie VandenBosch, LMSW In this age of social media where there is so much noise about online strategies that you "need" to be using in order to build your therapy practice as well as suggested platforms that you should be on in order to do that effectively, there are these lies … Continue reading Top 5 Social Media Marketing Lies Most Therapists Believe To Be True
Never in my life did I think I would go to Thailand. Sure, it was always a place I dreamed of seeing but I never thought I would actually get there (largely because of the 20 hour flight situation, but I digress). Then one morning my friend sent me a text message that said, "Want to … Continue reading The Glow Camp Retreat: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
This is a question I've been thinking about a lot lately as it tends to come up often in my sessions with my clients. I also think it's a question many of us as entrepreneurs struggle with because the definition of success is truly so subjective, yet we are always looking to define it the … Continue reading How Do You Define Success?
And so it’s begun. We are now officially in the holiday season and although this time of year brings so much joy and happiness, it also brings so much stress and anxiety. Each year around this time, there seems to be a spike in the number of client crisis calls I receive. Can anyone else … Continue reading Tis’ The Season To Be…..STRESSED! Tips For Clinicians On How To Survive The Holiday Season!
Lets face it, we can no longer scroll through social media without seeing the hashtags: “#bossbabe”, “#ladyboss”, “#entrepreneur”. We are living in a world where self-made businesses are taking over and it seems everyone is jumping aboard this fast-moving train. If you are someone who desires this form of business, or perhaps someone who is … Continue reading So You Want To Be A #Entrepreneur, But Do You Want To Work For It? 5 Myths About Running Your Own Business That Social Media Won’t Tell You.
Lets face it, if you went to school for psychology, social work, or any other mental health field, you likely thought about starting your own practice. In the mental health field this seems to be the end goal for many practitioners. If the title of this post caught your attention, it is likely you want … Continue reading So you want to start a private practice…but have no idea where to start.