Keeping finances simple

It’s really easy to get complex with personal finance. With each account, loan or investment comes another thread to keep track of. Listing your accounts can feel like a daunting task – the monster under the bed that nobody wants to reveal… Except this monster may be worse than what you imagine. Once I realized […]

Building Momentum

How do we change? How do we go from where we are to where we want to be? It’s the new year and many people have resolutions and goals. After hearing about a client’s history, the question becomes, what do you want to get from this? What do you want to see different in your […]

Getting away from diagnoses

I’m sure you’ve heard of the alphabet soup of mental health diagnoses. PTSD, OCD, RAD, SAD, etc. etc. And as a parent, it can be very important to know the answer to, “what’s wrong with my kid?” Mental vs Medical model Getting a diagnosis in mental health is a little bit different than a medical […]

Should I make my kid go to therapy?

I was recently asked by a friend of a friend if she should make her kid go to therapy. She writes, “11-year-old son who is struggling with depression but is refusing to go to therapy. Are there things that have helped some of the boys in that age range that you have worked with other […]