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June 7, 2022

We Need To Talk About ADHD In Girls

Part III: Advocacy, Cultivating Awareness, and Providing Our Girls a Path Forward By: Rebecca Horch, BACYC, CPC You have made it to the final part of our series on ADHD in women and girls! If you have followed along thus far you will already have been given some valuable tips and tools on how to begin […]

May 31, 2022

We Need To Talk About ADHD In Girls

Part II: The Empowerment of an ADHD Diagnosis By: Rebecca Horch, BACYC, CPC Welcome to part 2 of our 3 part series about ADHD. These posts are meant to inform and educate, and you may find that you connect with them, either on a personal level or because you have someone in your life who […]

May 24, 2022

We Need To Talk About ADHD In Girls 

Part I: An Undetected Journey By: Rebecca Horch, BACYC, CPC My Story – “Earth to Rebecca!” My 5th grade teacher used to yell this across the classroom when I would zone out during math lessons. I would snap out of whatever imaginative world I had entered and, embarrassed, pick up my pencil to doodle, at […]

April 26, 2022

How to Know if You Would Benefit from an Intuitive Needs Assistant

Hi! I’m so glad you’re here! Dropping in on our world at Wellness & Co. to find out what’s new. I am super glad, grateful, and humbled to be writing about our newest service today and all about my position here at Wellness & Co. – Intuitive Needs Assistant.  What is an Intuitive Needs Assistant? […]

February 5, 2021

How to Get Motivated One Month Into 2021

by Jess Smith, LCPC It’s February 2021. The holiday dust has settled, and we’ve reached those long winter months. Now is the time to get focused and start working toward those goals you’ve set for yourself. With that being said, it’s one thing to set a goal, but how do we get motivated to start […]

January 8, 2021

Moving Into the New Year: Common New Years Goals

by Jess Smith, LCPC Moving Into the New Year: Common New Year Goals Well, we made it. 2021 is finally here. Goodbye and good riddance to 2020. So, now what? New Year, New Me Now that 2021 is here, let’s talk about some new goal/resolution ideas! You may have listened to our IG Live about […]

December 31, 2020

2020: The Year of Grief, Loss, and Disappointment

by Jess Smith, LCPC 2020. Yuck. I think it’s safe to say we’re all ready for 2020 to be over, and it can be incredibly helpful to create some new goals for the new year as they can provide hope and excitement for things to come. Over the next few weeks, we’ll aim to wrap […]

December 7, 2020

The Secret Struggle of Addiction in the Family

by Mike Gillis, LCSW-C One of the things I noticed in my years in the field of addiction was the need for families to have support when loved ones are struggling with drug or alcohol abuse and addiction. Sure, most addiction treatment programs have a family component, but what about the months or years leading […]

November 30, 2020

Somatic Work: How We Break Through the Resistance to Change

by Amanda & Dylan, Relationship Coaches, Enneagram Teachers If you’re doing inner work, then you already know of the little friend that we ALL have called ‘resistance’. Resistance arises in each of us when we feel triggered, when we are loosening our Type Structure (to learn more about Type Structure, check out Part I of […]

November 16, 2020

Enneagram Do’s and Don’ts in Relationship: Part III

by Amanda & Dylan, Relationship Coaches, Enneagram Teachers Well hello Monday morning! Today we are tackling our third and final Do/Don’t for using the Enneagram in Relationships. Our first post spoke to the importance of infusing humor and not weaponizing. Our second post tackled the value of being curious and the danger of filling in […]