“Laughter, song, and dance create emotional and spiritual connection; they remind us of the one thing that truly matters when we are searching for comfort, celebration, inspiration, or healing: We are not alone.” ~ Brene Brown October is breast cancer awareness month. According to the American Cancer Society around 39% of Americans will have a...

​By Andrew Shykofsky By now, it is accepted that seeing a caring trained counselor to hear your story and offer feedback is a vital part of spiritual and emotional healing. One thing many therapists have discovered is that meditation in conjunction with therapy can have exponentially beneficial effects.The reason meditation works well with therapy is...

By: Dana Thomas, Ed.S, CPDCE, CPDPE Have you ever wondered how many decisions we, as parents, make in a day? How much time do you think we, as parents, spend making each decision and answering each question? I don’t have the statistics, but I do know that the questions from children and the responses from...

By Gabi Granoff, PsyD As a parent, you are your child’s biggest support. Only you can understand your child’s needs and deepest desires, their biggest fears, and most untapped talents. You may even dream about what they will achieve in the future. No parent wants to see their child struggle, and many will work hard...

By Gabi Granoff, PsyD In my work as a therapist I have had the honor of working with children and families who are managing parental divorce. Parents frequently ask how they can protect their children from the negative effects of divorce that sometimes seem inevitable. In fact, research tells us that the effects of divorce...

by Bianka Hardin, PsyD​​ Starting a conversation with a loved one about your concerns and going to therapy can seem tricky. But bringing up you concern can be done in simple, non-threatening ways. >When you have the conversation, choose a place that is private with limited distractions. Tell them you care about them. Express your concern...

by Dr. Bianka Hardin​ What is Therapy? Therapy can help people of all ages work through personal, relationship, family, and/or work/school challenges so that they can move on and enjoy a life that is productive and fulfilling. It is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and their therapist. Therapy is effective...