Since quarantine began in March, many of us have been balancing working from home, child care, and distancing ourselves from many people we love. Often, this has meant that workspace, home and relaxing space, living space, work relationships, family relationships, and intimate relationships now exist together. This has blurred boundaries between work stress, home stress,…

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Holistic Consultation is excited to announce we have partnered with Blueprint to continue to provide the highest quality of care possible. Blueprint is a digital service that helps administer important health and wellness assessments. These assessments can be completed using an app or during therapy sessions at Holistic Consultation. We are confident that Blueprint will…

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We are into the seventh month of a global pandemic. We are nearing the election. Schools are back in session, or they aren’t. There has been a lot of information on how to handle the increased stress and anxiety associated with everything going on. Most of the talk I see is coming from the side…

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Couples/Partners often think that once love is put into the mix we can put our relationships on autopilot and good will produce better will produce best. Much to our surprise, autopilot often hits the side of a mountain and coupleness crashes. To be partners means to have two people who put 100% into each other.…

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It’s not all in your head. Concentration and focus have been a rising concern. Since February, there has been a 300% increase in individuals searching “how to get your brain to focus,” a 110% increase in “how to focus better” and a 60% increase in “how to increase focus.” You are not alone. Here are…

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Let’s face it: 2020 isn’t really going the way we expected. When you think back to January 1, you probably weren’t expecting to be 6 months deep into a global pandemic, but that is where we are. While January gets all the credit for being the perfect time to set goals and create habits, it’s…

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Have you ever wondered if a friend or family member is depressed? Thanks to Helpguide.org, here are 10 signs to look for to see if someone is depressed: Feeling helpless or hopeless; this can sometimes lead to suicidal ideations. Loss of interest in daily activities. This can include showering, brushing teeth, washing hair and going…

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Special thanks to everyone who attended our inaugural “Grow Through What You Go Through” plant therapy workshop earlier this month hosted by Andi Gregorek, MA, MFT. Not only was the workshop a smashing success, but also we expanded the offering into two events due to the demand. Here are some pictures from the day.

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Are you feeling isolated? Stuck? Lonely? Out of sorts? You are not alone. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention updated a report on mental health and COVID-19 on July 1, 2020. This report shows that “Public health actions, such as social distancing, can make people feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and…

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