Oh The Places You Will Go!

Oh The Places You Will Go!

Oh the Places You’ll Go written by Rachel Falbo, LPC, LMFT-A This month’s blog is going to be a little different than the ones past. As the New Year approaches, we often think of new beginnings, and starting fresh. When I graduated from High School, my parents got me...
S.N.A.P.P.

S.N.A.P.P.

S.N.A.P.P. written by Rachel Falbo, LPC, LMFT-A It seems like school just started, and yet the holidays are fast approaching! That means it’s time for good food, fun, and family. However, sometimes when families get together, it can be stressful. When that happens,...
Self Care

Self Care

Self Care written by Rachel Falbo, LPC, LMFT-A It seems like just yesterday school was getting out for the Summer! Each year, I feel that Summer vacation gets shorter and shorter. As we all know, the first few weeks back at school can be chaotic and stressful. Getting...
Anger Styles

Anger Styles

Anger Styles written by Rachel Falbo, LPC, LMFT-A Anger is inevitable. We all get angry. In fact, anger is a healthy emotion. How we express that anger can either be healthy or unhealthy. This month, I am going to discuss 6 anger styles. The first 5 are unhealthy ways...
Balanced Life

Balanced Life

by Rachel Falbo, LPC, LMFT-A In the hustle and bustle that goes along with Summer vacation, it can be hard to really live the balanced life that we so desperately desire.  Summer camps, work, extracurricular activities, family vacations, wedding season, and deadlines,...
The Modern Family Caregiver

The Modern Family Caregiver

by Sharon Gayle, LPC Intern, LCDC According to a recent study, 4 in 10 adults in the U.S. are caregivers to an aging or disabled relative—4 in 10. That number is expected to rise as Boomers age. For some families, the responsibilities for caregiving an individual...
Sibling Rivalry

Sibling Rivalry

So your family has more than one child. Whether it was planned, unexpected, or due to the blending of families, siblings are great for each other and their relationships will last their lifetime. Siblings are playmates, friends, teammates, and can rely on each other....
Emotion Based Parenting

Emotion Based Parenting

You are in the grocery store and your child asks for something. You feel the anxiety creep up in your body. You begin to weigh your options in your head. “If I agree, he won’t act out. If I don’t, I have to deal with a huge tantrum and may have to leave the store. I...