Parents have unquestionably been hit hard by the pandemic. Between school closures and virtual learning, many parents have assumed the role of teacher on top of their usual household obligations and adjusting to working from home. And on top of that, parents are helping their children navigate their fear, anxiety, and depression around COVID and tumultuous societal events.
Category: Women’s Issues
Now Interviewing for New Monday Night Option Starting Jan. 20 By Sarah Moore, LPC Sunstone Counseling’s therapeutic book club, Rethinking Your Drinking, has expanded to include a second session starting Monday, January 20th. Interviews have begun and spots are still available for the group, which will meet for 6 consecutive Monday nights from 7-8:30pm. We… Read more »
Divorce can feel isolating, but you don’t have to go through it alone. This group is for women who are recently separated, in the middle of a divorce, or who are divorced and want support from others who can relate. The Next Chapter will provide a safe and supportive environment where you can share your… Read more »
By: Colleen McCarron, LPC Self care is not a face mask. Face masks, bath bombs, candles, pedicures. We think of these things as self-care in an indulgent sense, catapulted off the “treat yo’ self” mentality. But, is self-care as extravagant as spending half the day at a spa? It doesn’t have to be. Self-care is… Read more »
Expected or unexpected, positive or negative shifts in life can create anxiety, depression, discomfort, fear, shame, grief, or even panic. This group is designed specifically for adult females of all ages who are in the midst of a life transition, change, or adjustment. Each 8 – 12 week session uses a different book to help frame discussions…. Read more »
The body is our vessel of life, our tool for engaging with the world around us, and our protector. For many of us, anxiety takes us out of our bodies and locks us in our thoughts about the past or the future. Observing our tendencies and understanding the physiological component of anxiety can be helpful in the effort of reducing anxiety symptoms.
**NOW INTERVIEWING–SPRING SESSION** Therapeutic Book Club for Women Looking at Their Relationship with Alcohol Contact Sarah@SunstoneCounselors.com or (703) 485-7457