Posts Tagged ‘elevate counseling’

Friday Five: Celebrating Diversity

Friday Five: Celebrating Diversity

Research shows that when people are chronically treated differently, unfairly, or badly, it can have long term effects ranging from low self-esteem to increased risk for developing stress-related disorders like anxiety and depression. Elevate Counseling is committed to delving into hard or uncomfortable conversations (after all, that’s often what therapy is about!). And because allyship and…

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Mom’s Blog Contribution: Are You An Over-Apologizer?

The other day I met a friend for lunch.  She was running about 15 minutes behind schedule.  When she arrived, she immediately apologized for her tardiness (due to traffic, and still within what most would consider acceptable limits).  “No big deal,” I responded. Through the course of the meal, I noticed, that she also issued…

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Friday 5: Kids & Teens

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your child’s mental health: One of the most important things caregivers can do with their children is read with them. It promotes good bedtime habits, early literacy, and strong parent-child connection. Check out these tips: Why It’s Important To Read Aloud With Your Kids And How To Make…

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Flipping The Script On Resolutions

New Year Resolutions

January tends to be a time for reflection and resolutions. While building our weaknesses is a noble endeavor, why not consider your best friend from high school’s advice in your yearbook to “stay the same,” at least in a couple of areas? 5 Resolutions To Keep Doing In 2020 1) Own Your Strengths We teach…

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Friday 5: Mental Wellness

Friday Five: Elevate Counseling Links

Check out what we’ve been reading to support your mental health: If your idea of self-care is solely exercising until you are drenched in sweat or pushing yourself to the brink of exhaustion you could be at risk of burn-out. Check out this article about the art of, doing nothing, or what the Dutch call…

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