Therapy is a wonderful resource for people living and thriving with behavioral health conditions. However, it can be hard to know what kind of therapy is right for you. With hundreds of practices and specialties, finding the right therapy for
De-Stigmatizing the Self
In our last blog post, I opened up about my experience with self-stigma and the concept of “normal” – for years, I felt like I could not be “normal” or participate in society in the same ways that others did.
The Self-Care Complex
Morning routines, healthy eating, and the perfect meditation app – that’s what most of us think about now when we think about self-care. It often feels like there’s pressure from industries to have the perfect self-care routine down flat. Most
Wellness Tool Wednesday: My Body and Me by Aubrey Boggs
One of the most obvious symptoms that my mental health is struggling is feeling disconnected from my body. I didn’t realize this was related to my anxiety until I was an adult and began doing yoga. When I was doing yoga, I
Thoughts on the First Day of Winter
Winter began this morning (December 21st 2016) around 3 AM Mountain Time. In our modern world, the impact of winter is not as harsh as it once was. Central heating and insulating fabrics can help mitigate the effects of winter.