You may be feeling anxious or nervous about your first therapy session, and you may not know what to expect from it. Well, I've got you covered (per usual).
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One year ago, I decided that I would go skydiving to commemorate my birthday. I am so glad that I did. Would I do it again? Yes! In a heartbeat. But before you take the dive, I have some things about my skydiving experience that I want to share that could help prepare you for… Continue reading So You Want to Skydive? Here’s What You Should Know. (Plus Full Skydiving Video!) | 1 Year Anniversary
How can you show acceptance for each of your clients whilst going about your everyday life as a counselor? Don't fret; I have three simple ways to incorporate social justice into your daily practice.
Shockingly enough, therapists are people too.
Tired of the same old meals? Looking to try something new in the kitchen? See what this counselor eats to keep things interesting!
Presumed Incompetent is not just a book for women of color; it is a volume about women of color but one that is for men and women of all races and ethnicities. It provides rare insights for those of us who are not women of color into the experiences, perspectives, goals, and realities of a significant constituency in academia. --John F. Dovidio
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In February 2017, I received a life-changing phone call telling me I received a fellowship I'd applied for some months prior. I was numb. I was in shock. And I'm pretty sure I stopped breathing for about 10 seconds. Further, in March 2017, a press release was sent out through various listservs, newspapers, and pages… Continue reading My NBCC Fellowship year has come to an end. 😦
In Preparing for Dominica in 3’s: Pre-Contemplations, I listed: 3 things I was excited about 3 things I wanted to learn 3 things I wanted to accomplish So let's see how I did! 3 things I was excited about Familial roots -- It was definitely a very different feeling for me to be in a place… Continue reading Post-Dominica Reflections