Creekside Therapy Center BLOG

A Peaceful Kind of Place

As a mom with a one-year-old, travel doesn't happen very often for our family. That is, unless we're going to see relatives. You know what they say about vacation, right? It's not about the destination, but the journey. I would typically agree with that sentiment...

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The Tree of Contemplative Practices: Mindfulness Made Easy

The Tree of Contemplative Practices: Mindfulness Made Easy By: Alexandra Daniels, M.S., LPC, LPCA   Before I became a Licensed Professional Counselor, the term “mindfulness” conjured up images of social media influencers journaling on a white sand beach at sunset,...

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Self-Care on a Budget: 25 Things You can do Today

Self-Care on a Budget: 25 Things You can do Today By: Jessica Nappi, MS, LPCA   If you’re like me, you’re struggling with the current inflation, too. With gas, groceries, rent, and utilities climbing their way to record highs, you’re running out of money to meet the...

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How Full is Your Toolbox?

Years ago, when I was in graduate school, one of my classmates said, “I tell clients that if the only tool in their toolbox is a hammer, they need to add more.” And I couldn’t have agreed with her more. One cannot build a solid foundation and ultimately a “house” with...

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Small Town Girl Abroad

If there is one thing I never imagined I’d be able to do, it was travel to another country. Thoughts of having to get a passport, fly for hours, acclimate to another culture, figure out where to go and how to get there, among other things, created a heightened anxiety...

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10 Things to Avoid Saying to Someone with an Eating Disorder

Maybe you’ve found yourself in this position before: a friend or loved one is struggling with an eating disorder or addiction and you try to talk with him or her about what they need to do to get better. You get frustrated when those things don’t happen and in your...

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The “Highly Sensitive Person” Explained

By Suzanne Marie, Contributing Writer Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is a relatively new phrase, but has been the subject of much research since the early 1990s. HSP was officially coined in 1997 by Elaine and Arthur Aron. It is estimated that 15-20% of the population...

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Why Self-Diagnosing Can Be Dangerous

We live in a world where information is available to us at any time and almost any place. If we’re not feeling well we can search online for the potential source of our issue or we can ask others on our social media pages what it could be. We have access to much more...

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