Singles Counseling for Women

To Partner or Not to Partner? That is the Healthy Relationship Question

By |2018-08-18T11:04:13+00:00August 13th, 2018|Relationship Therapy, Singles Counseling for Women, Uncategorized|

Society pressures us to partner up.  Desire for a healthy relationship or not, this pressure can put you into a frenzy to find "the one". Of course, that doesn’t mean that it’s wrong to want a partner. Instead, it means that you must look carefully at WHY you want a partner before devoting yourself to

Be a Strong Self-advocate: How to Stop Going Along to Get Along

By |2018-07-31T20:31:26+00:00July 31st, 2018|Relationship Therapy, Singles Counseling for Women|

Are you a “good girl” or “nice guy” instead of an effective self-advocate? Maybe you’re thinking, “What could possibly be wrong with being nice?” The world could use more good people, couldn’t it? A few niceties can make all the difference. Right? Of course! Niceness is lovely. If your behavior is authentic. Niceness is not

Too Hard on Yourself? 7 Tips to Promote Self-compassion

By |2018-07-26T21:19:41+00:00July 16th, 2018|Relationship Therapy, Singles Counseling for Women, Uncategorized|

We’re often crushed when we fail to rise to the occasion. We believe we are inadequate when we feel unpopular. It makes us anxious to be considered mediocre.  Self-compassion is not how most of us respond in those moments of perceived weakness or inferiority. In fact, so much of our self-perception is performance-based that being kind to ourselves

Low Self-Worth? 7 Limiting Beliefs That Can Keep You Down

By |2018-06-13T17:08:19+00:00June 13th, 2018|Singles Counseling for Women, Uncategorized|

Beliefs about who you are can limit every facet of your life: physical, emotional, financial, intellectual, and spiritual. Having a low opinion of yourself traps you in false perceptions that keep you down.  It can be exhausting! Here are 7 common beliefs that can affect your thoughts and actions and cripple your success and happiness.

Where Have All My Friends Gone?

By |2018-05-17T20:53:40+00:00July 11th, 2017|Singles Counseling for Women, Uncategorized|

“I feel lonely.  I would like to be in a relationship.  It’s difficult to make substantive friends in your 30s, besides most of my friends are married. Friendship looks different when you're in your 20’s because much isn’t required then”. Ella*, a 34 year old single graphic designer is athletic, intelligent and has a great