There are many different frequencies that people come in for counseling. I have my regular 50 minute once a week clients, my double session (100 minute) once a week clients, my every other week 50 minute clients, my every other week double clients, and my as-needed-just-maintaining clients. Obviously there are several factors to consider when […]
In my practice, I often hear people stuck on the fence about starting therapy. I get it! I hemmed and hawed for years before doing the deep emotional work I needed to do to break free (spoiler alert: IT WAS WORTH IT!!). It was never that I wasn’t ready to do it… because there is never […]
I recently devoured a book called The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. It made me think A LOT and grow in the days after reading it so I want to share with you what I learned. The premise of the book is that we all have an Upper Limit Problem where we cap ourselves in […]
I have been taking some risks this week. I’m someone who likes to take risks because I can see that without risk-taking it is hard to grow. As an avid risk-taker, I’ve noticed that the more risks I take, the bigger risks I feel like I can take. Are you afraid to take a risk? […]
Amy Karman and her family hike up the Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve Trails and meet a group of inspiring nuns.
There are a few apps that I really enjoy and they are so simple that it makes it really easy to return to them again and again. One is called Breathe2Relax. It is nothing fancy. Basically, you watch a bar go up and down and it tells you to breathe. You can increase or decrease […]
Often, we think that how we react to things is just our personality, and it isn’t. I’ll say it again. Who you think you are in how you act and respond to things, how withdrawn or outgoing you are, how volatile or passive you become in arguments, this is not set in stone. These are […]