by Alissa Klugh, MS, LPC
For many people, choosing a therapist is simple: they go to the first person who comes up on an internet search, or whatever therapist is available soonest at the practice closest to home - or even worse - we base it solely on the type of insurance that we have and is accepted at the practice. This is hard. Sometimes, this works, and it's a great match. Typically, this is happenstance, and I don't know many people who would truly prefer to leave their story in the hands of someone who they just "lucked out" getting.
By: Timothy Merolillo
I see it all the time. People struggling to lose weight, claiming they are doing everything right. Their nutrition is on point and they’re training every single day. Waking up at 4:30 in the morning to get their training in and planning their meals out to a tee and still no weight loss. They say, “But I am doing everything right!? Should I eat less and train more?!” No!!! The answer is no.
By Alissa Klugh, MS, LPC
It’s not very often that I get to address the loved ones of my clients because so many things hold me back: confidentiality, lack of contact, inability to share without a release of information, all that super serious stuff. But, I am taking this opportunity to do so, now, because I can address everyone at once.