Feeling low, can't place your finger on why?
Balancing mood is something that doesn't come naturally for everyone. Some days can feel great and then some days can feel like getting out of bed in the morning is hard. That's normal. Below are tips for self-love, nutrition and personal hygiene that will take away those mean reds.
The Art of the Therapeutic Relationship
Carl Rogers was an artist. He mastered the art of understanding people. Discover the traits your therapist should embody.
The Problem with Punishment: Letters from David Boonin and Michel Foucault
Can we subjectively presume that harm in punishment is morally permissible? Discover an analysis of David Boonins' letters examining the problem of punishment, primarily understanding the moral permissibility of punishment as harm.
How Art Therapy Can Help With Anxiety, An Interview With the Good Trade
We were featured in an article about using art to help with anxiety and depression on the Good Trade. Check it out.
I Journaled for 5 Years Straight, this is What I Discovered
Ten journals and one extraordinary adventure through heart break, travels and battling anxiety and depression. Check out this interview with our contributing writer.
Jungian Psychology and Addiction are Two Famous Pairs
Carl Jung, the father of psychology, didn't stop with the hero's journey. Conquer your dragons, save your princess and beat addiction.
How I Learned the Art of Body Acceptance
When I stopped looking in the mirror and seeing something I didn't like, I began to enjoy the world in a whole new way.
compassion-centered treatment, tailored for growth.
Placing you at the start of your wellness journey begins with a holistic look at understanding your relationship with your body, mind and soul. Simple daily intentions designed to reconnect you to the core of who you are takes courage.