Meeting the COVID holiday season with Resilience

Meeting the COVID holiday season with Resilience Jessica Lenth, MSW,LCSW Clinical Lead, In-Home Counseling Services Behavioral Health Consultant, PCC Community Wellness Center This year, the holiday season will look different. The pandemic and resulting distancing guidelines are sadly changing how we celebrate the holidays and who we celebrate them with. Celebrations are smaller, traditions may […]

Higher Ed Support Group

Higher Ed Support Group Higher Ed Support Group It can be lonely teaching in higher education. We want to offer some support for the professors who need it. Come build community and connect with other educators. The group will be moderated by Carmen Ochoa-Galindo, a college professor, therapist and woman of color. For more information, […]

Five Minute Meditation

November 1, 2020 Tuesday 11/3/2020 is going to be… stressful. To put it mildly. With a 24 hour new cycle and so much “unknown”, you might be feeling a little more stressed or anxious. You might find yourself being more reactice, irritable or withdrawn. And that is ok. I want to offer you a 5 […]

How to stay connected during the COVID outbreak

Physical distancing and shelter in place orders have made it hard for us to stay connected to family and friends. There can be an increase in feelings of isolation, sadness and maybe even worry. This is common and many of us are struggling with this. We all have routines that we are used to and […]

Our Response to COVID 19

Dear Clients, We know that there’s widespread concern in our community about the Coronavirus Disease  2019 (COVID-19), and we want you to know that your health is our top priority at In Motion Counseling. With the increasing uncertainty and growing number of infected individuals around the world, we encourage you to take responsibility for yourself […]

Tips for managing your anxiety about coronavirus

These can be difficult times. It is normal to be concerned and worried about coronavirus. I am reposting a great article written by Dr. Aaron Weiner, that has some useful tips on how to manage anxiety. Keep washing your hands, not touching your face and being kind to everyone. The opposite of fear is love. […]

Resolutions Redux

Many of us had really good intentions for the new year. Sometimes, however, good intentions are not enough. Did you know: According to U.S. News & World Report, 80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. I know – it’s a really high number and it can be disheartening. So now what? Just forget […]

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