So I've gone through a few rough things in my life. "Few" is the term I'd like to highlight here as well as "have gone," meaning it was a temporary time in life. I lost my mom, I ended an engagement, I had a rough end to a relationship after moving across the country to… Continue reading Privileged
Alright my little people pleasers. This one is for you. Well and for me too. I am for sure a people pleaser. Discussions usually go like this: "Hey, what do you feel like eating?" "Uh, I don't know what sounds good to you." "Yeah, but I asked you first." "No, but like, what sounds good… Continue reading Can’t Please Them All
Today the clinic I work at reopened. Well, I guess before I go any further I should say this: This is not an opinion post about the COVID situation. This is simply a glimpse into what returning to in-person therapy has looked like in the midst of this pandemic and ways that may help you… Continue reading Returning Back to Therapy During the Pandemic
Look, I know this whole situation we are in is weird. It's hard to navigate personally and professionally. I'm not going to lie, the day before we started telehealth, I had a good cry and I was a bit panicked. It felt like the first day of my clinical fellowship year (CFY) all over again.… Continue reading How to Not Hate Telehealth
This writing shindig is not for views, to share information I feel people might find relevant, to pay my bills, to be able to say, "Look what I accomplished." This writing thing is for 12-year-old Dani who saw her name in a byline for the first time. Revisiting that rather innocent joy reignited a fire, even if it's one I'll have to constantly stoke.