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When I had someone ask me to write a blog about this, I honestly got a bit of that "impostor syndrome" feeling. Why would I get impostor syndrome? Well, to be honest, it's because I never really felt like I had a "personal journey" with mental health. But let's be...read more
It's a simple concept. But so often we forget. Breathing is essential to living. It keeps us functioning, it keeps us healthy, and keeps us alive! And yet, there's so much we really don't know about breathing. There are so many scientific benefits to incorporating a...read more
As a therapist in Wilmington, NC, I've been introduced to many therapists who express themselves as a "holistic therapist." I myself express in this way, but I'm sure many of you are wondering, "what even is a holistic therapist?" I believe holistic therapy...read more
Finding purpose in the process, rather than purpose in the product.... WHEW! That's a tough one, am I right? I think we've all been there (on the struggle bus with this that is). Everywhere I look, people are striving for an arriving, that seems to always fall a...read more
Food is medicine - It's so logical and so simple, and yet it's only now that we are coming back around to this way of thinking. Since the dawn of time, we've been given good resources to keep us healthy and strong. These resources? Our FOOD! We've always had foods,...read more
Online Therapy - why do it? 1. It's convenient. Online therapy is super convenient for all involved. It allows you to receive counseling during your lunch break at work from your office. Or if rushing home from work for a therapy session is an issue, stay at your...read more
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The Made Well Center for Wholeness in Wilmington, NC helps bridge the gaps between health and despair. This is a wellness center that gives back. By coming to receive counseling/treatment here, you support the healing process for someone who may not normally be able to afford such luxuries.