Author: Beth Johnson

Head in the Clouds? Some Tips for Managing Dissociation

June 16, 2020
Dissociation. It’s something common to the human experience, but not commonly talked about. On your drive home, during a boring math lecture, maybe even while reading this post! Have you...

How Do I Navigate My Emotions to be Available to my Kids?

June 3, 2020
Parenting is stressful! The goal is not to eliminate stress all together since that is impossible, however children learn constantly by watching our behavior. We have the responsibility to prepare...

The Stages of Marriage/Relationship Counseling

May 30, 2020
Just minutes after the crash, the paramedics were using the jaws of life to carve Tom and Mary out of their mangled vehicle. The couple was rushed to the Central...

What Should I Do About Body Shaming?

May 13, 2020
“I’d rather be dead than red on the head” was a chant I heard regularly as a kid growing up in Memphis, Tennessee. “Carrot Top” became an unwelcome nickname. I...

How to Choose the Right Therapist

April 29, 2020
Many of us may have had the thought at one time or another: “I might benefit from seeing a therapist one day.” I’m going to honor your courage to seek...

How to Talk to your Kids about COVID-19

April 7, 2020
It’s a long-standing joke that new parents wish babies came with instruction manuals. Being a first-time parent of a newborn can be mind-boggling, to say the least. In the last...

How Covid-19 affects your recovery

April 2, 2020
Social distancing, shelter in place, quarantine…chances are pretty good that words like these have never been encountered before, outside of apocalyptic movie scenarios. Now, with the new realities of coronavirus...

Educational Resources During Extended School Closures

March 22, 2020
Dear Parent, Congratulations, you’re hired…for a job you never applied for! You have been promoted to educator extraordinaire – a position for which you quite possibly feel woefully ill-equipped. While...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) & Handling Fear

March 17, 2020
Fear is, arguably, the strongest thing in the air right now. Sometimes it is hard to know the difference between fear and anxiety, because they feel very similar. Fear is...

Women and Anger

January 15, 2020
Gender culture has shifted quite a lot over the last millennia. Not so long ago, women were considered the property of either their fathers or their husbands. They were not...
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