Support after a miscarriage

Support after a miscarriage

It’s estimated about 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Mine did. While we may not talk about it often, pregnancy loss is common. That’s why I’m here to discuss the grief, the shame, and the silence surrounding miscarriages and how we can seek support.

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4 ways to cope with COVID work anxiety

4 ways to cope with COVID work anxiety

It’s hard to ignore the universal feeling of underlying anxiety now, and one place we can’t stop talking about it? Work. Whether you’re working from home, back in the office, or never left your work, the rules and how we feel about them have shifted.

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Work stressing you out? Here are 5 tips to help

Work stressing you out? Here are 5 tips to help

Keeping your work life and personal life separate, and showing up for both, can be so hard to do. I’m sharing our top tips for setting workplace boundaries in hopes that they’ll help you feel a little less burned out and a little more in control of your time.

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Top relaxation tips our therapists actually use

Top relaxation tips our therapists actually use

Have you ever had someone tell you to “just relax?” Ugh, if only it were that easy, right? Giving yourself permission to take it easy, and learning how to actually do so, is a skill that doesn’t come easy to a lot of us. So, we’ve rounded up tips that our therapists actually use in their daily lives to help you take it a little easier today.

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What to say (and not to say) to someone who is grieving

What to say (and not to say) to someone who is grieving

Do you struggle with knowing what to say to someone who is grieving a loss? It’s completely normal to fear saying the wrong thing, but that same fear can cause us to pull away from someone who could really use our support. We’re here to help you navigate these oftentimes intimidating conversations.

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