Let’s Talk

Written By: Erinn McCabe, MS, LPC, SAS I’ve been thinking a lot about communication lately; communication with family, friends and people in our community. Interactions with others have changed over the past few months in many ways but healthy communication should remain a priority. Healthy communication basically means being kind… Read more

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Wanderlust

Written By: Stacy Stefaniak Luther, Psy.D., LPC Wanderlust is defined by Merriam-Webster as being a strong longing for or impulse toward wandering. It goes on to describe that individuals with wanderlust do not necessarily need to go anywhere in particular; they just don’t care to stay in one spot. Now… Read more

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Self-Talk

Written by: Lauri Doepke, MS, LPC, NCC Self-talk The private conversations that we have with ourselves in our minds are very powerful. These conversations, otherwise known as inner dialogue or self-talk, influence how we feel about ourselves, others, and the world. These thoughts then ultimately form our belief system. However,… Read more

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Self-Care

Written by: Lauri Doepke, MS, LPC, NCC Self-care Now more than ever, it’s important to take care of yourself. It’s not selfish to “fill your energy cup” before you fill that of others. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. The better you care for yourself, the more energy, patience, and… Read more

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Self Calming

Written By: Lauri Doepke, MS, LC, NCC As many of us are confined to our homes and spending an extended period of time together, it’s not uncommon to begin feeling stress, tension, or irritability.  It’s important to have an array of coping skills and self-calming tools that you can utilize… Read more

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