Category Archives: Psychology

Why Am I Not Doing The Things I Want To Do?

by May Bartlett, CPCC man standing on cliff under white clouds I think it’s safe to say that most of us have struggled with this question at some point in our lives. In fact, many of the clients I work with come into sessions with this conundrum. On an intellectual level, they...
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The Food / Mood Connection

...How and why our digestion affects our mood, and vice versaImage result for food minimal mood
  • Have you ever felt a pit in your stomach when you’re nervous?
  • Nauseous when you’re stressed out?
  • Anxious after indulging in too much...
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10 Signs You Might Have Unhealthy Boundaries With Your Mom

When we transition into adulthood, our relationships with our parents often change. We enter a new, more independent phase of our lives. And we might find it tricky to break out of old patterns of relating. Suddenly, we aren't just our parent's children. We are now their...
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Meet our New Therapist: Veronica Encinas

 

    “In the world through which I travel, I am endlessly creating myself”     

Frantz Fanon

  We are excited to announce that Veronica Encinas recently joined the Wellspace Therapist team.  We couldn’t be happier to see our amazing group of ladies...
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Peaceful Communication

 

•  By Jessica Vickers, MFT  •

    Many of my clients come in asking to “learn better communication skills.” Common complaints can sound like this:  
  • “No matter how I approach him, my partner just shuts down.”
  • “I can’t help but get angry every time we try to...
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