Typically, we think of grief when we lose a loved one to death. However, we can lose a loved one to Illness, a move such
Five Ways to Live a More Meaningful Life: Acceptance-Commitment Therapy Perspective
As a society, we put so much emphasis on happiness. It is often how we judge whether we are living the life we want to
If I were to ask you to complete this sentence, “I am…” How would you do it? Many people would write, “I am a professional.”
In this time of COVID lockdown, I am noticing many couples and families becoming increasingly angry at each other. This anger also extends to friends,
Protest and Protection
We have all seen the images of the protests happening around the country and the world. Many of us notice the passion, determination, and value
What happens when you wake up with a fever during COVID
In my case, the physical discomforts started the night before; there were chills, aches, sweats, and insomnia. With a compromised body comes a flood of
Unconditional Other Acceptance (UOA) and Reopening
3 Mental Processes to Consider for Reopening: Fairness: Evidence-based studies have shown us a particular area of the brain and it’s connections related to fairness.
How do you tell someone they should talk to a psychotherapist?
3 Steps to persuading someone to see a psychotherapist: Empathy Gain someone’s trust by being genuinely interested in the problem they have. Be an active
ACT in 3 Steps for Relationships
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) focuses on helping you construct your values and ACT on them. For example, consider what kind of partner you want