Counseling and Psychotherapy

Borderline Personality And Connections To Trauma

Borderline Personality And Connections To Trauma

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is complicated. It may take years before it is correctly identified or diagnosed. For many of my young female clients, the most terrifying part of the disorder, for them, is the emotional chaos and disconnectedness that can occur in moments of […]

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Relationships: Protecting Yourself From Pathological Liars

Relationships: Protecting Yourself From Pathological Liars

Pathological lying is a behavior that most people struggle to understand. Many of my clients find it difficult to understand the foundation of pathological lying which is often a “symptom” of a bigger problem. It is important to learn their modus operandi (MO). I discuss […]

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Transference in therapy: “Falling in love with your therapist?” – part 1 & 2

Transference in therapy: “Falling in love with your therapist?” – part 1 & 2

Have you ever had feelings for someone and couldn’t understand where they are coming from? Have you ever felt like someone’s mother or grandmother and couldn’t understand why? If so, you’re not alone. Transference is a term that has its roots in psychoanalytic theory and […]

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Divorce: 5 Ways To Get Relief From Stress & Sadness

Divorce: 5 Ways To Get Relief From Stress & Sadness

Have you ever been through a divorce? If so, what was the worst part about it? If not, what would be the worst part about it for you? When I speak with parents and families about their divorce, the most common question I get it […]

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Advocacy: My Letter To Senator Guy Reschenthaler(R-PA)

Advocacy: My Letter To Senator Guy Reschenthaler(R-PA)

Advocacy is powerful. If you could write your Senator about the implementation of better mental health protocols would you? What would you say? What would your heart tell you to say? Well, I have an opportunity for you with an example letter of mine that I […]

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Understanding Traumatic Stress: 8 Symptoms of Re-occurring Symptoms

Understanding Traumatic Stress: 8 Symptoms of Re-occurring Symptoms

Understanding traumatic stress is important. Traumatic stress/experience (both emotional and psychological) affects about 26% of the child US population. About 60% of adults report experiencing trauma in some form as a child. Trauma can result from any circumstance that outweighs your ability to cope. The […]

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