Winter has come! House Stark was right!! (And if you don't get that reference then we can't be friends) Now that the holidays are behind us and everyone is well into the detox, withdrawal and hangry phases of their new year's resolutions, Seasonal Affective Disorder can really take its toll. For many, the excitement and … Continue reading So SAD: The Power of Seasonal Affective Disorder
We need to break up! It’s you, not me. OK, maybe I’m partly to blame too. As a therapist, I’ve heard a lot of horror stories about people seeing a counselor that wasn’t right for them. They had no idea how to bring it up or how to end things...and consequently it usually didn’t end … Continue reading New Year, New Therapist: How To Break Up With Your Therapist
Well 2017 is almost done! It's been a super crazy year. I've hit some pretty big high's and had some soul-crushing low's. It's always important to take stock of the past year and look to the next. First, I'd like to thank any of you who have taken time to stop by the blog and … Continue reading Exciting Milestones and Projects
Hello and thank you to all that read the On The Couch blog. I’m back with another installment for this week and this time around we have a very special treat. We have our first guest on the blog who I’ll be interviewing in just a moment. This is something I’m very excited about … Continue reading Interview With Millenial Mrs. and Mom Author Savannah Esposito
This post is part of a 2-part collaboration with the wonderful Savannah Esposito. Please be sure to check out her blog, Millenial Mrs and Mom, and show her some love. I'll be posting an interview that I did with her next Thursday (12/28) with more about relationships, communication, what projects she has coming up and … Continue reading Is Your Relationship Doomed?!
First I'd like to say a huge thank you to my readers for the kind words from my tribute to my brother upon his passing. I greatly appreciate the support and ability to take the time and space to grieve. As I move forward I'll be looking to get back on track with posting regularly. … Continue reading Parent or Friend – Navigating the Gray
A part of me died! And the rest of me kinda wants to. I've never experienced anything like this. My brother, David, finally lost his battle with cancer last week. And now there's just us. The walking wounded. The many. The devastated. The left behind. I used to follow my brother wherever he went. It … Continue reading I Carry Your Heart With Me: A Tribute To My Brother