Social Media + Google

Consider the source of information. In a society where we are inundated with information from the media, including all the advice from anyone with an opinion to share, it can be hard to know what to do. Google search has become a best friend, although it can quickly lead one down a “rabbit hole.” (Especially when already is experiencing anxiety, fear, or doubt!)

Eating Disorder Awareness

National Eating Disorders awareness week aims to educate about the realities of eating disorders. #SeeTheChange

Power of Postive Affirmations

Self-esteem, self-worth, self-love, and self-confidence—these are all areas that are impacted by the messages that we receive from others [and ourselves]. These are also common areas that individuals seek to work on in therapy.

Valentine’s Day

As an elementary age child, I remember making Valentine’s Day mailboxes out of Kleenex boxes. It was fun to give and receive valentine messages along with special treats like candies and pencils.


“This is my dream position. I never thought I’d be in this seat right now doing what I love. Not only do I love numbers and overseeing the planning, development, and implementation of CARE’s nancial activities, but I get to work with incredible people,” Mulvey noted.

Super Bowl Sunday

I’ll admit it. I am not a huge football fan, but for some reason, I get excited about the Super Bowl. Whether it is cheering on your favorite team, watching the commercials, enjoying the half-time show, or eating your favorite munchies, there are a number of great reasons why the super-bowl-matters. Did you know that there are actually mental health benefits of being a diehard-sports-fan? In addition there are some great social aspects. Check out these five awesome benefits:

Support School Counselors During National School Counseling Week

Minnesota’s school counselor to student ratio was one of the worst in the nation at 1 counselor per 734 students.