Self Help

Changing Bad Habits

Angelica Gomez Bad Habits: they’re easy to make but hard to break. You might be wondering, “what is a ‘bad’ habit?” Some common examples that come to mind when people are asked this question are: ProcrastinatingSwearingBiting fingernailsAlcohol consumptionDaily coffee drinkingOverspendingSmokingEating too much fast foodCracking knucklesUsing devices late at night If you find yourself doing some, […]

The Importance of Boundaries

Creating and maintaining healthy boundaries is important to understanding our experiences, our limits, and our interactions with other people; all of which have major influences on our mental health. What do healthy boundaries look like for you? How do you maintain them?For assistance with exploring and strengthening your boundaries, contact us and set up a session […]

International Women’s Day: Gender and Depression

Sunna Trebbin Harvard Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses, as 4.4% of the entire global population are struggling with the hardships related to the illness (WHO, 2017). Depression is more common among women. When only looking at the female population, prevalence rates of depression rises up to 5.1%. There is no consensus […]

Dreading the Holidays? Five Tips for Coping with Holiday Stress

  Family get-togethers, Christmas gifts, parties, New Year’s resolutions and bucket lists – while they are meant to bring feelings of peace, hope and love, for many of us, they can also be a major cause of holiday stress. It is too easy to overspend during preparations. Gift shopping can become an obligation that annually […]