Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 16th
Write down and share a few things that you are grateful for. People who keep track of their gratitude are more upbeat and have fewer physical aches and pains than others.
Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 15th
Get comfortable and read a good book. Reading can help relieve stress and tension.
I spent Mother’s Day weekend in Houston with my mother and grandmother. I am truly blessed to have such independent, caring and empowering women in my life. They have experienced hardships in their life that I can not fathom. Through the times of losing a loved one, divorce, sharing a cramped space together, they never […]
The Purpose of Supervision
In a recent review of several articles to increase my knowledge of supervision, it was reinforcing to read another professional’s view that placed a high importance on the relationship between the supervisor and supervisee. I have often considered the relationship as one that has many similarities to that of counselor and client relationship in terms […]
Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 14th
Feeling in a rut? Do something silly and laugh at something you did. Remember, everyone deserves a break and we’re often hardest on ourselves.
Is Mommy Invisible?
The Invisible Mom looks something like this: Mom– “Hey can someone turn down the volume on the tv?” Kids and husband– (silence) No one responds to her or even acknowledges that she asked something…….Mom feels invisible. While hanging out with other couples your husband asks the other parents about their family and how they are […]
Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 13th
Consider donating time or money to a worthy cause. By helping others you can foster a sense of belonging and remind yourself that you are relatively lucky.
Mental Health Month – May 2015 – May 12th
Hold the door for a stranger or sign up to volunteer for your favorite charity. Studies show that random acts of kindness increase release of oxytocin- the “feel good” hormone.