What We’re Reading – January 2021

What We’re Reading – January 2021

Although in-person bookclubs aren’t possible these days, that hasn’t stopped us from reading and discussing the books we’ve loved. Our … Continued

Finding My Niche as a Therapist

People always told me how good I was with kids, and that I’d make an excellent teacher. As a teenager, … Continued

10 Art Therapy Activities for Teenagers

Most people probably wouldn’t describe themselves as creative, but creativity has many different forms. Just because someone doesn’t feel creative … Continued

The Art of Acupuncture and Entrepreneurship

It’s clear, listening to Bell Tam speak, that he’s a natural educator. He has a small model of a human … Continued

What We’re Reading – December 2020

As this year comes to a close, it’s clear that the challenges of 2020 won’t simply disappear in the new … Continued

Power Mapping: Using Your Therapy Superpower for Good

Power is a tricky thing to talk about. Typically, when I bring up the notion of power, I unintentionally raise … Continued

What We’re Reading — November 2020

This year has taken a serious toll for a lot of people. There are plenty of reasons people may be … Continued

Pain is a Teacher. Listen to It.

Sometimes people forget that I’m human. An imperfect, sometimes anxious, often tired, accidentally invalidating, blind-spot driven, limited human being. As … Continued

Treating Non-Suicidal Self-Injury Requires a Wide Lens

I wasn’t going to be a therapist. In fact, psychology wasn’t even on my radar in my young adulthood. I … Continued