Photo Cred: Canva Written by Jessy Pucker, LMSW April 21st, 2022 Being honest about mental health issues can be challenging for anyone. Even with the people closest in our lives, being vulnerable takes courage. Though the cultural conversation surrounding mental health has opened
5 ways to talk to your partner(s) about your dislikes in the bedroom- Effective communication for the win!
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Leann Borneman, LMSW April 18th 2022 We all have grown up hearing the saying, “Communication is key”. It couldn’t be more true, especially when we are talking about the communication between you and your partner(s) in the bedroom.
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Jessy Pucker LMSW April 15th 2022 Cleaning your personal space can often feel like a positive, proactive measure to clear your mind. Michelle Newman, the director of the Laboratory for Anxiety and Depression Research at Penn State University
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Aneela Choudhary, LMSW April 14th 2022 Hypnosis used in therapy can have wonderous effects in healing and achieving a sense of wholeness and feeling aligned within oneself. Hypnosis allows clients to enter a trance like state to
Written by Jessy Pucker LMSW March 18th, 2022 Catherine von Klitzing, LMSW is a therapist at Refresh. She pivoted careers from being a chef to a therapist a few years ago. After over a decade as a chef, Catherine decided that she
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Jessy Pucker LMSW March 11th, 2022 Advocacy Groups to Know on International Women’s Day March 8th, International Women’s Day, is a day to recognize and celebrate women around the world. It serves as a platform to uplift women and
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Jessy Pucker LMSW March 4th, 2022 Self-injury is dangerous and should be taken seriously. New ways of coping with unfamiliar or painful emotions can be found. If possible, try to identify the feelings behind the urge to self-harm.
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Jessy Pucker LMSW February 25th 2022 This week is Eating Disorder Awareness Week. There are several risk factors that can increase chances of developing an eating disorder, including: age, gender, social environment, familial environment, and genetics. The
Photo Cred: Canva Written by Jessy Pucker LMSW February 18th 2022 If you spend time researching ‘what makes a strong relationship’ online, you might find yourself overwhelmed by the amount of varying information. This is a result of the fact that there