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4 Time Saving Tips that Will Change Your Mornings

Time. What a concept. It flies by when you’re having fun. It drags on when you’re anxiously waiting for something. It keeps us on a schedule and stresses us when we’re running behind schedule. There is never enough of it, it seems. As someone who has never been a morning person, I’ve developed some time saving tips for my morning routine over the years. As a kid, I even tried wearing jeans to bed so Read more…

Q+A with Paisley

Welcome to our clinician spotlight series! Meet our clinicians in a different way and learn more about them beyond their clinical selves.  Get to know Paisley the therapy dog in our fun, light-hearted survey below! Your Hogwarts house Gryffindor Your Zodiac sign Cancer Instagram: @paisleythetherapydog What’s the wallpaper to your cell phone? A picture me and my mom and dad What is in your pockets right now? A couple of strips of bacon Who’s your Read more…

Q+A with Nicole

Welcome to our clinician spotlight series! Meet our clinicians in a different way and learn more about them beyond their clinical selves.  Get to know Nicole in our fun, light-hearted survey below! Hogwarts house: Gryffindor Zodiac sign:  Taurus Social media: @nicolerudderow.counseling The wallpaper on your cell phone: My dog What’s in your pockets right now? Chapstick, phone, and keys Who’s your last text from? My fiance Shaun Do you play any musical instruments? None- not Read more…

The Best Yoga Routine for a Great Sleep

Yoga is a very helpful practice to add to your nighttime routine. Some poses help to activate the part of your body (the parasympathetic nervous system) that alerts the brain that it is time for rest. If you are not sure how to start, there are many videos on YouTube to follow along with. If you would rather do it on your own, at your own pace, try some of these poses. *Ocean Breathing (ujjayi Read more…

6 Essential Oils that We Love for Anxiety

Do you ever get a whiff of something that instantly brings you back to a memory? For better or worse, scent has a very strong connection to the brain in triggering memories and emotions. Using essential oils is a way to activate this natural response to elicit desired emotions – usually more calm, peaceful, or energized feelings. These days, everything feels a bit heightened. We’re months into the “unprecedented times”, and with that comes more Read more…