Category: Coping

  • Experiencing Grief

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on August 25, 2014 | Topics: Coping, Grief
  • In working with clients, I have discovered the topic of grief is a tough subject to tackle.  It is typically avoided until an unfortunate event forces a discussion to occur.  Grief had once been described as a step-by-step process consisting of 5 emotional stages: Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance.  It was believed that once … Continue reading “Experiencing Grief”

  • Self-Injury Awareness

  • Posted by Robin Nicholas on March 9, 2014 | Topics: Coping
  •   It is “Self-Injury Awareness” month so I wanted to take the opportunity to focus on what defines self-injury and how to recognize it in friends and family.  There are myths and stigmas attached to self-harming that I would like to address. Contrary to popular belief, people that self-harm are not doing so to get … Continue reading “Self-Injury Awareness”