Seeking a therapist to join the team!

As Matthews Counseling & Coaching grows and I’m often on a wait list or referring potential clients to other providers, it’s time to add another therapist to meet the needs of the community. I’m looking for someone part-time to start, but this could become a full-time opportunity if desired. I’m very eager to meet theContinue reading “Seeking a therapist to join the team!”

Repost: 8 (9) Tips to Enjoy the Holidays More

Whatever you celebrate or whether you celebrate, this time of year may be filled with family gatherings, get-togethers with friends, and being a bit busier.  Many of us enjoy the holidays, yet people report a significant amount of stress surrounding them.  Whether it’s trying to do too much, financial concerns about gift buying or takingContinue reading “Repost: 8 (9) Tips to Enjoy the Holidays More”

Repost: 8 (9) Tips to Enjoy the Holidays More

Whatever you celebrate or whether you celebrate, this time of year may be filled with family gatherings, get-togethers with friends, and being a bit busier.  Many of us enjoy the holidays, yet people report a significant amount of stress surrounding them.  Whether it’s trying to do too much, financial concerns about gift buying or takingContinue reading “Repost: 8 (9) Tips to Enjoy the Holidays More”

How to know if you need therapy

“I don’t know (or I’m not sure) if I need therapy”…  I hear this a lot- and understandably, when I speak with someone for the first time, it could be the first time they have talked to a therapist.  In fact, many people think about it for quite some time before they take the leap.Continue reading “How to know if you need therapy”

10 signs of an unhealthy relationship

Relationships are something I see many clients for in my practice- individually and as couples.  More often people are reporting many unhealthy aspects of their relationships.  Some are well aware of it, while others may not be.  I thought I would talk about some of the signs of unhealthy relationships here- specifically, enmeshed relationships.  I’mContinue reading “10 signs of an unhealthy relationship”

Do just one thing…

I speak with people all of the time, frustrated with themselves for being unable to make a change, or unable to stick to anything to get the results they want.  Sure, life gets busy, or things happen, or our motivation waxes and wanes.  Or maybe the actions we need to take are too hard, it’sContinue reading “Do just one thing…”

Do you REALLY want what you say you do?

 photo courtesy of freedigitalphotos.net/stuartmiles  You might say, “What kind of question is that?”  It’s a serious one, though.  We all want things, and we all say we have goals, but how clear is our picture of what these are- and how do we get there?  It’s hard to get somewhere if you don’t know. And whatContinue reading “Do you REALLY want what you say you do?”

What are the different types of mental health professionals?

“What are the different types of mental health professionals?”  I get this question a lot, or more often, “What is the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?”  There are a number of links online about this, but I thought I would share some information, which could be useful particularly if you were searching forContinue reading “What are the different types of mental health professionals?”

Getting the Most Out of the Holiday Season

It’s that time of year again, and by the title I don’t mean how to get the most stuff- but how to get the most enjoyment out of the season.  Many look forward to this time with anticipation, excitement, and good memories, but most of us know that the holidays can leave us feeling disappointed, sad,Continue reading “Getting the Most Out of the Holiday Season”

Back to School: Six Strategies to Ease the Transition

It’s August 1st.  You know what that means, right?  For my kids, 24 days until school starts.  Others have the luxury of starting after Labor Day (about 32 days left). But who’s counting? (haha) For most of us, summer is winding down- summer camps, vacations, barbeques, time at the pool, and so on.  Hopefully everyone has beenContinue reading “Back to School: Six Strategies to Ease the Transition”

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