Posts Tagged ‘self care’

5 Tips to Avoid the Social Comparison Trap – Ingrid Corrales, AMFT

Ingrid Corrales, Therapist in Fullerton, CA

It is human nature to compare ourselves to others. We do this at work, in our friendship circles, with family members, in our intimate relationships, and with social media. Comparison in itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It can motivate or inspire us to make positive changes, but it can also create a feeling of…

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Music + Mental Health : Joy

music + mental health

We discuss the feeling of joy and music that resonates for us around the topic. Please visit our resources in the caption of our YouTube video if you’re in need of immediate support. We look forward to more discussion with you about joy, music, and mental health!

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Is it okay to also be okay?

I’ve been thinking about the social media reminders lately that “it’s okay to not be okay”. While this is 100% true and I don’t believe we need to be okay all the time, or pretend to be okay, it’s actually okay to be okay. For some, especially those who have lived through trauma, “being okay”…

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Session 1 – Intro to Trauma Series

Welcome to our Intro to Trauma video series! Here, we’ll discuss various trauma-related topics such as stress responses, self-care, types of trauma, and healing! We would love for our followers to join in on the conversations we share here! We hope that these videos can be resources to all humans. Please remember, while all clinicians…

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