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I Think My Husband and I Would Be Better People (and Parents) If We Got Divorced

I Think My Husband and I Would Be Better People (and Parents) If We Got Divorced By: Janae Webb, MS.Ed., LMFTA Crosswinds Therapist Marriage is so difficult at times that it can begin to feel hopeless. It may even have felt that way for years. It can feel pretty lonely and disappointing to be in […]

7 Reasons Self-Care Should Be in Your Year

7 Reasons Self-Care Should Be a Part of Your Year Tim Gilleand, MA, Crosswinds Therapist What is self-care? Toffler Niemuth of www.pickthebrain.com defines it this way: “Self-care is developing the awareness of and then honoring the rituals and practices that ensure you’re looking after your total well-being every single day. It includes habits that make […]

‘I Can’t Afford It’ And 6 Other Myths About Counseling

‘I Can’t Afford It’ And 6 Other Myths About Counseling By: Blake Neuhauser, M.A. – Therapist   Have you ever thought to yourself “I wish I could try counseling, but I cannot afford it,” “If I enter counseling, my friends and family will think I am crazy,” or “The therapist won’t be able to understand […]

What I wish I would have known before starting online counseling

What I wish I would have known before starting online counseling By Timothy LaGro, M.A. LMHC   As a therapist, I was shocked to learn recently when one of my colleagues presented a training regarding therapy online that this technology has been around since the 1950’s. Michelle pointed out some of the benefits to us […]