Do Therapists go to therapy?

Have you ever wondered if your therapist has found themselves sitting on a couch across from another therapist having the same hard and beautiful experience that you are as a client?  If you have, then good news, you are not alone in asking that question.  And the answer is, yes.  Most therapists probably have or…

The Pain of People Pleasing

  People pleasing can come easy when we want to show someone we love them. We tend to enjoy pleasing others with blessings such as gifts or meeting their needs. But sometimes pleasing can become difficult and detrimental when our motive is no longer based on love but rather driven by fear. There was a…

Drop Anchor

We’re all familiar with phrases like “going through a rough patch”, “things are up in the air” or “on shaky ground”. These typically imply some difficulty or uncertainty whether related to an outcome, relational dynamics, or an individual struggle. It is in the midst of the unknown that we desperately need a solid foundation. When…