Plant-Based Mental Health Counselor (and Plant-Based Doctors Directory)

Are you looking for a plant-based doctor or professional guidance on going plant-based? Visit Plant-Based Doctors to find the right healthcare professional for you! Plant-based counselor Did you know that I'm a plant-based counselor? I've been vegan for years, and I greatly care about being proactive towards my health and the environment. I strive to … Continue reading Plant-Based Mental Health Counselor (and Plant-Based Doctors Directory)

Want to work on managing anxiety and building healthy habits?

Is anxiety keeping you from reaching your goals? Would you like to work on building up healthy habits that reflect your goals? When I work with people, we talk about what they care to address and where they'd like to see themselves. After that, we come up with a plan. A literal plan that I … Continue reading Want to work on managing anxiety and building healthy habits?

How to Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals

How to set goals Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time-based This is important framework for creating any goal, short-term or long-term. I keep this structure in mind when helping people set goals and intentions. We work smart ▪︎ We are specific ▪︎ We look at the details of the desired outcome ▪︎ We talk about what … Continue reading How to Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals

WAYS TO STRENGTHEN RUNNER’S BODY IMAGE AND POSITIVITY

As runners, we need to make sure that we’re protecting our body image and promoting body positivity. Acknowledge that all of our bodies are different, setting aside judgments, opinions, and expectations of what our body should look like as runners. Know that all of our bodies are incredible and capable of so much. They can … Continue reading WAYS TO STRENGTHEN RUNNER’S BODY IMAGE AND POSITIVITY

SELF-CARE AND HEALTHY HABITS – Things that we need

A short talk about self-care. Self-care is something that seems easy, but it’s actually kind of difficult to do. I feel this topic is discussed over and over again, it's a hot topic, but yet, we all still struggle with it. We all Fail at it from time to time! I can’t think of a … Continue reading SELF-CARE AND HEALTHY HABITS – Things that we need

Why You Should Prioritize Your Mental Health (and How)

Do you prioritize your mental health? If your mental health isn't one of the areas that comes to mind, consider moving it to one of your top priorities. Here's the short answer of why it's important. When we work on our mental health, we improve all of the other areas of our lives. When we … Continue reading Why You Should Prioritize Your Mental Health (and How)

A Growing Health Concern in America is Alcoholism

According to Alcohol Rehab Guide, alcoholism is a growing health concern in America, affecting nearly 14 million people. Alcohol Rehab Guide is an organization that focuses on producing high quality substance abuse and recovery content. There are vital resources on this site, which was founded on a passion to help people in need, and the … Continue reading A Growing Health Concern in America is Alcoholism

Easy Health Strategies From Head-To-Toe

Photo by Pexels Guest article provided by Lisa Walker of neighborhoodsprout.org Many of us may feel constantly confronted with self-care messages. However, maintaining your health can be challenging when you’re balancing a busy schedule. We live in a culture that puts a lot of pressure on us to be our best selves, so it’s no surprise … Continue reading Easy Health Strategies From Head-To-Toe

How to Get In-Tune with Satiety and Hunger Cues: Hunger Scale

Download below The hunger scale chart is one way to become more in-tune with your gut feelings and also, to have a better idea on whether or not you're hungry and how much food to eat. Taking notes of how you feel will eventually lead to increasing your awareness and improving intuitive eating habits. The … Continue reading How to Get In-Tune with Satiety and Hunger Cues: Hunger Scale

What People Think Therapy is vs What it Actually is

What people think it is: • Talking to a therapist about problems. What it actually is: • Talking to a therapist about problems. • Making changes to thoughts and behaviors. • Psychoeducation. • Building awareness of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. • Between session work. • Learning and practicing coping strategies. • Working on becoming less … Continue reading What People Think Therapy is vs What it Actually is