It’s been a busy few months, doing what we can to support our clients, staff, and ourselves. Self care, scheduling, speaking up for our needs, and setting boundaries has been key. We usually post a #breakthestigma post on Fridays, sharing information on misunderstood diagnosis, behaviors, biases, etc etc... yesterday was my birthday and while living in the heart of Lakeview /Lincoln Park, Chicago for a few years, I always celebrated during Pride. A time celebrating love, acce
This Saturday, June 20th from 9am-10am on Facebook LIVE, Infinite Mindcare Talk Series presents, "Wishing for a how-to guide on parenting: Understanding Stages of development, temperament, and emotion coaching." Please join us for a care-free, interactive discussion. Led by: Psychologist, Greg Miller. Adults are welcome to this free event. We will be HERE ONLINE rain or shine. Click on the image below to view.
This is the foundation of our work. To work within our clients experience... to help them become the advocate of their own story... to lend them our hope if they need it, and work as a guide to help them to find their own hope for themselves and their future, within. Therapy is not advice giving or sharing our personal opinion of what should be so. Our underlying goal is always to work with our clients to live their best lives; the lives they truly want, in line with what the
What it is like for you to ask for help? Too hard? Easy? What are your beliefs around asking for help? Makes you weak if you can’t do it yourself? What do you gain by doing everything yourself ? How do you lose when it’s just impossible to do yourself but something gets in your way in asking for support? Monday Mindcheck ... where are you at with this? I wonder if a shift in thinking would bring you closer to that life you want so much... #MindcheckMonday
How do we channel this anger to create lasting change, and not hurt ourselves or others in the process? So many avenues to make that happen... it’s okay if what works for you is different than those around you... what do you need to make it happen? What can you do? How do you express that anger and all of those feelings behind it? How does it hurt you? How does it help you?
Love this!!! Some of us tend to focus on those “red flags” when going into a relationship... and certainly those red flags are important to acknowledge and make a move on... often those red flags are signs to prevent us from being in some kind of toxic relationship or even abusive...however what if we always look for red flags that aren’t even there as a form of sabotaging a perfectly good relationship and person or because we always think the grass will be greener elsewhere.