First Years: An Introduction to Infant Mental Health
our blogsCurrent Post First Years: An Introduction to Infant Mental Health Sarah Peterson, MSW, LSWCounselor, Insight Clinical Counseling and Wellness, LLC Does it all really matter? Generally speaking, yes. In this specific context, also yes. The topic that we are...
May is Maternal Mental Health Month
our blogsCurrent Post May is Maternal Mental Health Month Kali Kerstetter, MSW, LSWCounselor, Insight Clinical Counseling and Wellness, LLC Maternal Mental Health - You are not alone! Becoming a new parent is difficult. There is so much pressure to be a certain way,...
Grieving Your Past Life Postpartum
Before I begin, I want to preface that I don’t claim to be a great writer nor do I claim to be an expert on this topic, but I wanted to create a shared space to humanize therapists and to discuss some of the difficulties of becoming a new mom and parent.
Why are they fine, but I’m not?
A natural disaster, a war zone, a school shooting, a car crash, witnessing police brutality, a worldwide pandemic, a train derailment…
Gaslighting is a term that has come up quite often in today’s society, it can come up in your romantic life, friendships, families, or even in your professional life.
Men’s Mental Health: “Boys Don’t Cry.”
Toxic masculinity isn’t just about behaving like a man. Instead, it involves the extreme pressure some men may feel to act in a way that is actually harmful.
Community support through Case Management
As a mental health counselor, I work with an array of people from all different types of backgrounds.
Are you sad because of SAD?
I am a mental health counselor and for the past two weeks my clients
Trauma Creates Change You Don’t Choose. Healing Creates Change You Do.
June is PTSD Awareness month, and although this article focuses on veterans…
Focus on Perinatal Mental Health with Jessica Oates, LPCC-S