Written by Kirsten Kingsley, MA, LPC September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month but before I share content in this blog post please see the below resources in case you find yourself or someone you know is in a suicide crisis and need immediate assistance: Crisis Resources If you or someone you know is experiencing an […]
How are you dealing with this moment of uncertainty? How is your mental health being impacted by this pandemic? What can you do to reduce stress and increase self-care? Everyone responds differently to stress and stressful situations. Here are ways to help reduce the impacts of stress on your mental health. Take breaks from listening […]
It seems like the last few weeks (or months) have been overwhelming. In my practice many of my clients are being bombarded on Facebook and social media about all the awful things happening in the government. People turn on the news and its one more person being exposed for sexual harassment. As I write this people are deciding if a pedophile should hold public office in Alabama. It is surreal. For many people this is also personal. There is true hate that has been brewing for years targeting who they are. Speaking for myself, as a bisexual Jewish woman of color it is scary to hear blatant hate for groups I belong to as well as people for whom I consider myself to be an ally.