I am honored to have been featured again in Bustle in this great article about building compassion and gratitude in your relationship. There are some wonderful suggestions in this article. I am grateful to be in the role of helping women to improve the health and sustainability of their partnerships. Click here to read the article!Read More
Are you finding it difficult to have even a moment of down time in your busy schedule? When people ask how you are, is the only answer you can come up with, "BUSY!" You might chuckle or make lighthearted jokes about it, but really you feel like you are driving yourself into the ground trying to keep up with it all.Read More
I see you, moms.
I see you, mom behind that stroller…
I see you, mom hoisting that toddler higher on your hip…
I see you, mom shepherding kids, spouse, and dog into the car…
I see you, mom making 11 phone calls during your lunch break trying to get an appointment with that specialist for your kid…Read More
Proud to be quoted once again in the Huffington Post! This article focuses on how to recognize when you are pressing fast-forward on your relationship, rather than letting it proceed at a healthy, slow and steady pace.Read More
So proud to be quoted in this Huffington Post article about the ways the digital age has affected even the most sacred of spaces, the psychotherapy room. Have you ever wondered whether your therapist has Googled you? Have you Googled your therapist? Click here to read the article and get my take on why Googling is a bad practice for the therapeutic relationship.Read More
I am proud to have recently been featured in an article on Romper, a site that is dedicated to exploring this new era of motherhood. The article I contributed to is about questions one might ask a partner in order to assess for their level of commitment within the relationship. Click here to read the article!Read More
Looking for a counselor in Boulder County, Colorado?
So, you’re smart. REALLY smart. Maybe even just a little bit smarter than most everyone around you. And while that might have some benefits in the day-to-day, it makes it really hard to find a trusted advisor – let alone a trusted partner – to talk to about how you’re really feeling. You need someone who sees beyond the smart to understand your full experience and who can talk with you about depression, or whether you might have an anxiety disorder, or how to better connect in relationships. You’ve been thinking about trying to find someone to talk to professionally for quite some time, but you trip yourself up in the process by thinking you should be smart enough to figure this out on your own, or wondering how you’ll find someone who can keep up with you and help you cut through your own b.s. without making the process insufferable.