You Don’t Have to Earn What You Love

I think a lot of people are still waiting for some imagined future before incorporating more of what they love into their day to day life. Whether that imagined future involves retirement, summer vacation, when your kids graduate, when you partner/marry, when you separate or divorce, or when you lose weight or gain muscle…when we … Read more

LPC Licensure in GA – A Marathon Not a Sprint

I just saw a post on social media from one of my former students. He obtained his LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor credential). I decided to comment congratulations. I almost stopped there. But instead I decided to say more. I decided to leave a reminder of what was on my heart. The truth is that I … Read more

What’s Your Word for 2020?

Ms. Jackson This past weekend I attended the Oprah Winfrey event in Atlanta at the State Farm Arena (formerly known as Phillips Arena…and before that as the Omni). I have had a number or significant experiences at that location. In 1989, I attended the Janet Jackson Rhythm Nation concert with my older sister. It was … Read more

Why Therapeutic Boundaries Still Matter

I am not placing blame on anyone. The truth is I don’t know if it even matters how this long-held standard in therapy began to unravel. What I do know is that therapeutic boundaries for people who are practicing psychotherapy still matter. What I am also clear about is that the pressure to erode those … Read more