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September 30, 2022

Managing Anticipatory Anxiety about the Holidays

by Allison Hurst, MS, LPC

We live in a society in which the holidays seem to begin promptly after Labor Day. They arrive with the entrance of pumpkin spice lattes and then barrel forward until January, often leaving us tired, spent, and a little weary. Though there is a magical sheen overlaying ordinary life during this time, there is also […]

September 9, 2022

Do you know what your children and teens are learning about suicide from media and entertainment?

by Jennie Risley

Do you know what your children and teens are learning about suicide from media and entertainment? It may be more impactful than you realize. Please be aware that the following information discusses topics of suicide and self-harm. If you or anyone you know is struggling and may need help, call the suicide and crisis hotline […]

June 2, 2022

The Problem with Dragons

by Allison Hurst, MS, LPC

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I have decided to let you all in on a therapy trade secret. It is my own little room-of-requirement for my counseling practice that I stumbled upon a bit by accident. Admittedly, it is not an actual room, but a children’s book that creates an individualized space for healing and self-exploration, catered specifically to the […]