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April 30, 2024

How Attachment Styles Shift in Different Relationships

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach CLC, MNLP READING TIME: 3 MINUTES In the intricate dance of human connections, our attachment styles play a significant role. These styles, rooted in our early experiences with caregivers, influence how we relate and connect to others emotionally and behaviorally. What often goes unnoticed is how these attachment styles can […]

February 20, 2024

On Purpose

By Rebecca Horch, BACYC, CPC READING TIME: 6 minutes One of the questions I often ask clients is “Who were you before the world told you who you had to be?” I’m usually asking this when we’re exploring concepts of life purpose and core values. I’m not one who believes that our values have to […]

February 6, 2024

Sounding the Alarm 🚨 on Toxic Family Systems

By Kendra A. O’Hora, Ph.D., LCMFT READING TIME: 4 minutes Gaslighting – The Word of the Year Did you know that gaslighting was the 2022 Merriam-Webster’s word of the year?  We are living in a time when words like gaslighting, abuse, toxicity, trauma, narcissism, etc. are thrown around a lot.  In some instances, these terms […]

January 9, 2024

No Such Thing as Normal

By Kyle Turner, LGPC READING TIME: 4 minutes Alright folks, we need to have a talk. Originally, I was all set to hit you with an article about why New Year’s resolutions never seem to pan out, but something else has been sitting with me lately that I’d like to get off my chest. And, […]

April 4, 2023

9 Signs You’re In A Healthy Relationship

By Amanda Clegg, Relationship Coach It can be scary for couples when their relationship isn’t where they want it to be, but it does NOT mean that they are doomed (I get that question, a lot!). It does mean (and I say this lovingly) that they have inner and relational work to do. Couples who […]

March 7, 2023

This Blog Is About Anxiety

By Erin Newton, LCPC, PMH-C I’m coming to you now, oh internet, with less wisdom than I have ever blogged with before. Five days ago, after living for twenty plus years with them functional in my mouth, I had all my nightmares come true and all four of my wisdom teeth removed. And I decided […]

January 24, 2023

Who’s In Your Inner Circle?

By Brittany Moffitt, LICSW You may remember the saying “It takes a village to raise a child.”  When we imagine this concept of a ‘parenting village’, it can feel so very far from where we are today, particularly in a society that values individualism over collectivism.  A parenting village of multi-generations and extended family to […]

December 27, 2022

Youth & Therapy. A Hard Truth for Parents.

By Rebecca Horch, BACYC, CPC Parents, I have something to say that you might have a hard time hearing.  When you put your kid in therapy, nothing is going to happen…for a really long time. It’ll cost a lot of money, and take a lot of time, and you will feel frustrated that all you […]

November 29, 2022

The Power of Two Providers – Taking You Deeper in Your Healing Journey

By Amanda Clegg & Rebecca Horch Have you been doing inner work for years? Have you been spending time developing a meditation practice? Have you been stuck in old patterns that feel difficult to shift? Then you, my friend, could be an ideal candidate for our newest service at Wellness & Co.! Picture this: Two […]

November 15, 2022

What Every New Mom Has In Common. It’s Called Matrescence.

Once a woman starts trying to conceive, the journey to motherhood begins. Matrescence refers to the process of becoming a mother. It parallels another one of life’s transitions, adolescence. Like the transition from child to teenager, motherhood comes with many changes to our hormones, physical body, relationships, and identity. According to Alexandra Sacks, an expert […]