Amy’s High School Teen Group starting this September!

Navigating your way through high school: It can be done!!!!  A Support Group for High School Students Due to special request by my high school clients I have decided to offer a group focusing on self-esteem, relationships, stress management, and other topics pertinent to those entering or currently attending high school.  High school and the transition […]

10 Therapy Myths That Are Just Totally WRONG (As Written By A Therapist)

Yesterday I stumbled across this great article on Huffington Post, “10 Therapy Myths That Are Just Totally WRONG (As Written By A Therapist)” by Danielle Adinolfi. Rather than trying to recreate the same article, I figured I would use her article as the blog for this week. Danielle does an amazing job at countering many of […]

Are You Emotionally Intelligent? Here’s How to Know for Sure

This article is by Travis Bradberry, originally posted on Inc.com, and has been shorten for this blog. “When emotional intelligence (EQ) first appeared to the masses, it served as the missing link in a peculiar finding: people with average IQs outperform those with the highest IQs 70 percent of the time. This anomaly threw a massive […]

Bullying: 4 types and how to prevent and overcome it

Bullying is not a new topic, and it will probably never be a forgotten one either. Whether you are 5, 13, or 35, you have most likely experience some sort of bullying and may still experience it later in your life. You may also have children, or are planning on having them, and will have […]

Empowering Parent’s “8 Best Parenting Tips for 2015”

  Not too long ago one of the Empowering Parents‘ Coaches, Denise Rowden, posted an article outlining their “8 Best Parenting Tips for 2015.” Since I have been focusing the recent blogs on how to make the most of your New Year, and Visions Boards if you created them, I felt it was time for a change […]

I want to see a therapist… what are my next steps?

This past week I decided to take the big leap and begin going to therapy. Now, it may seem weird to some of you, or most, that someone who is going to school to become a therapist would consider this a big leap. It is… for all of us! I am a huge supporter of […]

Changing the way we perceive victims of domestic abuse.

  Surrounding the media this week has been talks of NFL player Ray Rice and the video of him hitting, and knocking out, his fiancé, Janay Palmer. Non-stop talk from everyone about their opinions of his actions, his punishment from the NFL, as well as domestic violence in general has been circling the media. Janay, Rice’s […]