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3 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

3 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress A teddy bear is hanging from a christmas tree.

Ahhhh.. The holidays are here! It’s time to prepare for gifts, feasts, cookie exchanges, and… stress? If preparing for a stressful season is something you anticipate, you are not alone. Harvard found in one study that 62% of their respondents described their stress level as “very or somewhat” elevated during the holidays. A Sesame study […]

The Importance of Date Night

The Importance of Date Night

How do you like to spend your date nights? Dinner and a movie? Cocktails and dancing? Netflix and chill? Whatever your preference, these moments together have a far greater impact on your relationship than you might think! If you aren’t currently implementing a weekly date night, here are a few reasons why adding them to […]

How one hour a week can strengthen your marriage

How one hour a week can strengthen your marriage

In couples therapy, we call them “Sunday Sit-downs”,  “Sat. Chats”, or “Wednesday What’s ups”. You can call them anything you want, just make sure they are a part of your week. We recommend at least one hour of uninterrupted, face-to-face, quality conversation in a private place. These pre-planned one hour talks with your partner can […]

The Social Media Cleanse: A Harm Reduction Approach To The Use Social Media

The Social Media Cleanse: A Harm Reduction Approach To The Use Social Media

Don’t let the title freak you out! I am not proposing that you put your phone on lockdown for the next 2 weeks (although your brain would probably thank you). What I do want you to do is think about the way that your Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Etc. make you feel. Do you feel excited […]

The Importance of Emotional Intelligence 

The Importance of Emotional Intelligence 

What is Emotional Intelligence? It is the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. What does it look like? Those with high emotional intelligence are unlikely to trust their first impulses. They are more likely to question their initial emotion and dig deeper to […]

Hattie Holland, LPC

We all have an innate desire to be our best selves. Of course, we’re also human and often face obstacles that throw us off our path. Therapist Hattie Holland gets to know your unique story so that you can discover new perspectives and reconnect to yourself. The goal? Lasting change. I believe that everyone  possesses […]

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