Grief is an invitation to release what no longer serves us, beliefs and baggage,   the invitation to create new rituals, relationships and perspectives. Grief throws us into chaos so we may grow and evolve. Energetically grief freezes our chakras, drains or energy fields and we often feel numb, disconnected, and lost, this is passing. Our…

… Newness generates inspiration, energy, motivation, momentum, new heights… How do you keep things Fresh in your life? How do you inspire and motivate yourself? How do you strive for new heights? Building on our current Spring Renewal Theme, when we declutter, detox, spring clean and reenergize the outcome is a phenomenal spaciousness, surge, and drive… This generates a new perspective from which…

Life is full of little wonderful surprises if we allow ourselves to see them and let them in… When was the last time you were delighted by the unexpected? Are you being flexible with your approach to life, work, schedule, perspectives? Are you letting your energy flow freely? Do you allow your life approach to…

In last week’s issue we covered Detox. Another Springtime favorite is of course – Spring Cleaning. I like to cover the usual topics from a different angle that include a personal growth/wellness and relational enrichment component… Personal – There is tons to clean out in our personal domain. I’m sure you’ve heard of Marie Kondo, author…

As we all know, puberty is a very stressful time. It’s a time of change in multiple facets of adolescent lives: physiological, physical, psychological and social as well. It takes some time to get used to all the turmoil. Some of the most shocking physical changes are the growth spurts, new growth of hair and…

My therapy has the focus is on ensuring those living with mental health issues can live with dignity. Dignity in psychological healthcare means ensuring those who need help are able to access it in a reasonable time and without fear of stigma, especially in vulnerable groups. Within my therapy we focus on treating people fairly…

As a therapist, I feel it is my duty to know who you lean on outside of your sessions. Social support, also known as your audience, is a key piece of mental health. I actually spend a reasonable amount of time during the assessment phase finding out who in your life influences you, whether positively…

Licensed Professional Counseling Supervision is long journey.  Sarah Griffith, LPC-MHSP, NCC, RPTS is a Tennessee State Approved Supervisor for both Licensure for LPC-MHSP and a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor by the Association of Play Therapy.  She provides specialized supervision from beginning to the end result of Private Practice.  Groups are provided on a monthly basis…

Mid-March – how about them apples? Times flies when you are having fun, or are too busy! LOL Hopefully it’s the former for you. How is it going? Having a good week? Having a good month (March can be rough on people)? Having a good quarter…? As we are quickly approaching the end of Q1,…

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