No Boundaries

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on May 22, 2019 11:49:00 AM

What you think is important.

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Topics: Mental Health, Relationship Struggles, Self Care, Mom Stress, Young Adult Mental Health, Family Therapy

Fill Your Cup

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on May 17, 2019 1:05:36 PM

“You cannot pour from an empty cup. You must fill your own cup first.”

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Topics: Mental Health, Mindfulness, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, Self Care, Mom Stress, Clergy, Child Mental Health, Young Adult Mental Health, Family Therapy

May: Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on May 10, 2019 2:39:14 PM

May is mental health awareness month. Did you know such a thing existed? I’ll say it again in case it didn’t get through the first time: May is mental health awareness month.

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Topics: Religious Abuse, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Relationship Struggles, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, LGBT Anxiety, Self Care, Mom Stress, Clergy, Child Mental Health, Young Adult Mental Health, Grief, Family Therapy

ConGRADuation

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on Apr 24, 2019 11:31:00 AM

You cross the stage, ceremoniously receive a diploma, switch your tassel to the opposite side, and smile bright. As a parent, you both dread and anticipate this time for years. As a teenager, you look forward to ‘being an adult’ or ‘being on your own’. Graduation is rolling near. Within a few short weeks, high school seniors around the state (and the country) will be bidding farewell to that required school agenda and, with it, childhood as well.

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Topics: Mental Health, Mindfulness, Relationship Struggles, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, LGBT Anxiety, Self Care, Mom Stress, Young Adult Mental Health, Family Therapy

Be the Change

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on Apr 5, 2019 8:55:00 AM

“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” - Mahatma Gandhi

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Topics: Mental Health, Relationship Struggles, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, Self Care, Mom Stress, Young Adult Mental Health, Grief, Family Therapy

Mom-ing is Hard

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on Apr 1, 2019 11:38:44 AM

“There is no way to be a perfect mother, but a million ways to be a good one.” - Jill Churchill

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Topics: Mental Health, Relationship Struggles, Anxiety in Women, Self Care, Mom Stress, Family Therapy

Let's Talk Self-talk

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on Mar 26, 2019 8:47:00 AM

“I’m starting with the man in the mirror. I’m asking him to make a change.”- Michael Jackson

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Topics: Mental Health, Mindfulness, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, LGBT Anxiety, Self Care, Young Adult Mental Health

The "F" Word

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on Mar 23, 2019 9:24:00 AM

Forgive and forget. Okay, so that’s two “Fwords, but I have your attention now. Alexander Pope has been famously quoted as having said, “To err is human; to forgive divine.” While I can see where he was going with this, I would venture to modify by adding that perhaps to forget is divine. In my experience, both personally and professionally, sometimes it is easier to forgive than to forget.

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Topics: Mental Health, Relationship Struggles, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, LGBT Anxiety, Self Care, Mom Stress, Young Adult Mental Health, Family Therapy

Spring Cleaning

Posted by Leah Payne, LPE-I, LPC on Mar 20, 2019 11:32:54 AM

Spring forward. Spring break. Spring cleaning. Spring is in the air...or at least pretending to be for the moment. It’s the time of year when we all start to thaw (and dry out!) from cold weather, gloom, and clouds, looking forward to warmer weather, sunshine, and finally releasing ourselves from hibernation mode. Many make their New Year’s resolutions, which have at this point primarily gone by the wayside, but what about spring time resolutions?

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Topics: Mental Health, Mindfulness, Relationship Struggles, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, Self Care, Mom Stress, Young Adult Mental Health, Grief

Mindful Walking

Posted by Sean Oakley, LCSW on Mar 8, 2019 2:38:32 PM

Many of us have very sedentary lives. We sit in an office, sit at home, and sit in a car. Many of us also try to squeeze in some exercise to offset all this time spent sitting. Research shows that regular exercise is just as good for us mentally as it is physically. Incorporating mindfulness into regular exercise can further boost the positive effects.

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Topics: Mental Health, Mindfulness, Anxiety in Women, Anxiety in Men, Self Care

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