Keiko Wolfe

Keiko has 13 years of clinical experience working with ages 4 and up. She focuses on empowering clients by challenging patterns and assisting in their creation of self-developed coping strategies. Her preferred approaches incorporate Eriksonian hypnotherapy, mindfulness, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive Therapy. Keiko is the CEO of Blossom, and you can often find her hosting workshops, groups, and free events, and at all of our community events!

How Knowing Your Relationship Sensitivities Can Help Your Relationships

Relationships are an essential part of our lives. Whether it is a romantic relationship, a friendship, or a familial relationship, it’s super helpful to understand and know our relationship sensitivities. Our relationship sensitivities are the things that trigger us emotionally in our relationships. They can be anything from something someone says to a particular behavior …

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Q+A with Michaelyn

Welcome to our clinician spotlight series! Meet our clinicians in a different way and learn more about us off the couch! Personality  MBTI type: ENFJ Enneagram type: 3 Zodiac sign: Gemini Love language: Quality time Favorites What’s your favorite season and why? Fall- I love fall scented candles, and when the weather gets a little …

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Common Triggers for Depression

Depression is a mental health disorder that affects millions of people worldwide. It can be caused by a variety of factors – biological, environmental, and genetic. However, certain triggers can also contribute to the development or worsening of depression. Let’s look at three common triggers for depression and how to manage them. Stressful Life Events …

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Take Back Control: 6 Ways to Manage Self-Doubt

Self-doubt is a common experience for many people. It can be crippling and can prevent us from achieving our goals and pursuing our dreams. Fortunately, there are ways to manage self-doubt and build self-confidence. Here are six strategies to help! Practice self-compassion Self-compassion is the act of being kind and understanding towards yourself. It involves …

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