Chippewa Valley Counseling Center is celebrating it’s one year anniversary since opening the doors. We would like to take the time to thank all who have supported us and who will continue to support us in the future!
We all have internal self-talk. Whether it’s making a to-do list or about how we feel regarding situations we encounter. Make it work in your favor and be supportive of yourself.
Did you know since 1949 May has been observed in the United States as Mental Health Awareness month?
I’ve Had Enough: Strategies for Healthy Living
At times, it may feel as though your brain cannot shut off. That you constantly have racing thoughts about the past or the future; often times of things that are out of your control. Do you have a hard time focusing in the moment and being present during your day and actually enjoying it? The counselors at Chippewa Valley Counseling Center can help you master this skill.
The holiday season is upon us and it can be a time of increased stress and anxiety for many. Here are some tips to manage.
“One of the most foundational elements of emotional well-being is self-compassion. Without it, you cannot find true happiness. Self-compassion is about learning to be kind to yourself and to be self-forgiving of the flaws we all have and the mistakes we all make as human beings. It is the ultimate form of self-love and a prerequisite to real self-confidence.” (www.psychologytoday.com) Dr. Kristin Neff has a wonderful series of books on Self-Compassion that can be found on Amazon.