Food for (Negative) Thought

Food for (Negative) Thought

You’ve heard the expression “Food for thought”. I find in my clinical practice that most of the time people tend to feed their negative thought more than positive thought. The inner critic inside of us often takes the driver’s seat filling our brains with negative...
Being in Therapy Does NOT Mean You’re Crazy

Being in Therapy Does NOT Mean You’re Crazy

Therapy and the field of mental health, while it seems a subtle shift is occurring, is often still stigmatized. I often hear clients say: “I haven’t told my family I am in counseling”; “I don’t want to tell people I am talking to someone”; ”I don’t want them to think...
Inside Out – A Little about Olivia Frye

Inside Out – A Little about Olivia Frye

If you’ve been in therapy, you know that it can seem a little one sided. Your therapist gets to hear a lot about you and your life, maybe even things that no one else knows, yet you don’t get to hear too much about your therapist. Sure, they may share some things but...