Why Your Nervous System Needs Therapy, Part 3

Mar 5 | 10 min read Author: Erica Walecka When you think about counseling, I bet you don’t immediately think about your nervous system.  It’s probably pretty low on your priority list of things to discuss with your provider, and yet, it’s such a central part of our functioning that it deserves some attention and [...]

Why Your Nervous System Needs Therapy, Part 2

Mar 3 | 10 min read Author: Erica Walecka When you think about counseling, I bet you don’t immediately think about your nervous system.  It’s probably pretty low on your priority list of things to discuss with your provider, and yet, it’s such a central part of our functioning that it deserves some attention and [...]

Why Your Nervous System Needs Therapy, Part 1

Feb 19 | 10 min read Author: Erica Walecka When you think about counseling, I bet you don’t immediately think about your nervous system. It’s probably pretty low on your priority list of things to discuss with your provider, and yet, it’s such a central part of our functioning that it deserves some attention and [...]

  • Preparing for the unknown

Preparing For The UnKnown

Jan 19 | 10 min read Author: Heidi Cowell As we head into the new year with hopes of a better tomorrow, I cannot help but reflect on all the chaos that now defines the year 2020.  It is true that some were afflicted more than others, but I think it is safe to say [...]

What Is The Difference Between Coaching & Therapy

Dec 4 | 15 min read Author: Ericka Eller ’Tis the season for resolutions and goals; a certain focus tends to fall on the goals and aspirations that we may have let slip by in the past 12 months. We write out lists of well-meaning promises to ourselves that we will fulfill this year. THIS [...]

  • Grief through Holidaysa

Grief through the Holidays

Dec 4 | 15 min read Author: Erica Walecka I had a plan to write a beautifully hopeful and thoughtful blog post about being kind to our bodies through the holidays, but then grief knocked on my door. I say that like it was polite, gently asking to be let in, but we all know [...]