Letting go of the Narrative

A few weeks ago, my husband and I went to a friend’s house for a bonfire in their lovely city backyard. That’s how we see friends these days—on computer screens or outside. We sat in lawn chairs at appropriate distances and wore masks if we needed to use the bathroom or get a drink. WeContinue reading “Letting go of the Narrative”


The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Part of my training in becoming a counselor is to learn about the different theoretical approaches and practice ones that align to my interpretations of therapy. One of my professors calls this “dating around,” but it hasn’t taken me long to zone in on one: narrative therapy. As a writer, storyteller, and now soon-to-be therapist,Continue reading “The Stories We Tell Ourselves”

White People, Do the Work

  **Over the last few days, two stories have been reported that highlight racism in American, including the unlawful and horrific murdering of George Floyd in Minneapolis. On all of my social media accounts, White people are questioning why and how, and I felt like now was a good time to remind my fellow WhiteContinue reading “White People, Do the Work”