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Monthly Archives: July 2014

  It’s been said that we are all unique.  Most wouldn’t argue.   Though we are unique, we share some common needs.  Some needs are well-known like love and shelter, for example.   Others aren’t so often discussed.  I would like to bring a need to light that I think is very deserving but gets very […]

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  Recently on a family trip my aunt and I sat together on a bench watching the family moving around, getting their coffees and pastries, enjoying the small pleasures of being on summer vacation. Suddenly our attention was diverted to a rambunctious, energetic, rather loud three and a half year old not far from us. […]

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There are two sides to every story, or even more sides the closer you look.  Is the glass half empty or half full?  Or maybe it’s a huge glass that is very hard to fill? In CBT (cognitive-behavioral therapy), success comes from changing negative thought patterns or changing perspective.  The challenge is often finding the […]

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It’s funny to tell people about our “new” private practice. Though we are just opening our doors in August, for Kariah and I our practice feels like an old friend. The time, conversations over coffee, sleepless nights, and planning have brought us to this point. Through this process over the past several years I often […]

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Welcome!  We are sooooo excited to begin this journey with our first post.  Here is a little of our story: Megan and I became office neighbors at a behavioral health clinic  in June 2011.  I was returning from maternity leave with my first baby and she was changing jobs after her maternity leave.  We became […]

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