Wellness Articles

Latest Posts from Our Team

  • Sleep – What is it good for?
    by Michelle F. Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC (she/her) Quality sleep is elusive to many. From the ongoing pandemic to the 24-hour news cycle to the pressure to be available at all times to meet both personal and professional demands, many…
  • Experiencing Anger
    by Jan Cheek, MSW, LCSW Anger is a completely normal emotion we sometimes experience when we perceive injustices, betrayals, criticism, disrespect or other violations. Anger can be experienced in a range of intensity from a sense of annoyance and irritation…
  • What’s so special about group therapy?
    By Michelle F. Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC (she/her) You may think of psychotherapy as one person, or perhaps a couple or family, interacting with a licensed mental health provider in an office. Perhaps you’re even familiar with therapy conducted via…
  • COVID Led Many of Us to Reevaluate Our Lives: Counseling Might Help You Retool
    by Laurie Conaty, LCSW, LCAS, PA COVID presented us with many opportunities and lots of time (too much sometimes) to consider the path we are on—in jobs, self-care, our relationships with others and just things we would like to have…
  • Grief in the Time of COVID-19
    By Michelle F. Moseley, MS, LCMHC, NCC (she/her) Loss and grief are inevitable parts of the human experience; however, the year 2020 has been filled with more than its fair share of loss. There have been all types of loss…