Mental Health Monday: Grief, Pain, & Loss

Your grief path is yours alone, and no one else can walk it, and no one else can understand it.Terri Irwin On Monday May 20th, 2019 I had the pleasure of being able to visit ReBirth Church, 2300 Fairmount Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23223 to present on "Grief, Pain, and Loss" with Alva Kershaw, LCSW from … Continue reading Mental Health Monday: Grief, Pain, & Loss

Understanding The Complications Of Clinical Work

Throughout my bachelor's in clinical and counseling psychology and even more so in my graduate program for mental health counseling it seemed that the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) was the end all and be all when it comes to diagnoses. I am now in the process of going for licensure in … Continue reading Understanding The Complications Of Clinical Work

Therapeutic Writing Example: Brianna Woodward’s Letter “To Those Who Have Touched My Twenty-One Years Of Life But Are No Longer A Part of It”

The act of writing has long been a valuable tool for humans to communicate with one another as well as process what we are not always able to express to the rest of the world. A writer Brianna Woodward shared a post she wrote about those who have touched her twenty-one years of life but … Continue reading Therapeutic Writing Example: Brianna Woodward’s Letter “To Those Who Have Touched My Twenty-One Years Of Life But Are No Longer A Part of It”

Active Interventions: A Response to “Getting off the couch” in Counseling Today

The Original Article for this Discussion: Getting off the couch | Counseling Today In this issue of counseling today it talks about getting off the couch and doing other types of interactions with our clients other than sitting and doing talk therapy. The major premise is that counseling is able to have an active component to it … Continue reading Active Interventions: A Response to “Getting off the couch” in Counseling Today