• Is my problem ‘enough’…

    This weeks video I feel is in perfect timing. I talk about stigma of mental health illnesses and how we (society) sometimes can get caught up in how others perceive our struggles.  Comments and questions are always welcomed!

  • Stress vs. Anxiety

    This week I describe the difference between experiencing stress versus anxiety. Take a listen and tell me what you think!

  • Good vs. Bad Therapists

    Good afternoon everyone, todays video is regarding the important decision with what therapist to go with. Many times clients believe the only option is the first therapist that calls them back or the one that only takes their insurance. Before you make the choice please watch, like, comment and subscribe to continue to grow our community.

  • 1st Therapy Session:What to Expect

    The first therapy session can be overwhelming and scary however here I provide you with a breakdown of what to expect 99% of the time. Remember everyone therapist may do things differently, however this may ease your mind about calling today.  

  • The Meaning of Depression

    Happy Friday, the purpose of this video is to help you understand depression because it is a difficult term to understand.  Let me know your thoughts!

  • Resources after Miscarriage

    Good morning everyone and thank you very much for continuing to watch. This video is talking about the resources that are available to you that you might not have known about. These resources can assist you in your recovery in feeling “better” and achieve your specific goals.

  • Talking about the Miscarriage

    Welcome back everyone, today I am talking about miscarriages and here I give you options about simply talking to the loved ones and friends in your life about your experience.

  • Useful Coping Skill: Journaling

    This weeks video offers an alternative option for a coping skill for individuals struggling with a miscarriage. This is not only beneficial for women whom directly relate to the experience, the significant others as well. Subscribe and Share to continue to build a supportive community. MIND Your Health!