Month: June 2013

The Little Things

I am now about a month into the most rewarding experience of my counseling education to date. What I have noticed is that the small things are the ones that have the most potential to bite my butt. By small… Read More ›

Countertransference

Since deciding on a career of mental health counseling, I have been thinking on a specific segment of the population in which to focus. When I initially entered the educational phase, I was still active duty in the U.S. Navy…. Read More ›

Shell Shock

Browsing through my social media sites, I kept coming across a video of Patrick Stewart answering a fan’s question. Captions for the video included, “heart shattering response to fan’s question,” and ” a beautiful answer that will touch your heart,”… Read More ›