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during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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Couples therapy can be helpful to partners struggling with any aspect of their relationship.
Our clinicians welcome all types of couples — married, dating, or engaged;
heterosexual or same-sex — and at any stage of their relationships.
Lindsey Hoskins & Associates
Creating a More Mindful Schedule

Creating a More Mindful Schedule

As we return to life post pandemic, many people are finding their schedules are starting to feel overloaded again and their to do lists overwhelming. As the tasks and social obligations increase, so does the anxiety. Oftentimes we are not even aware of how quickly things are piling up. Guilt, resentment, and anger build up

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Keeping the Balls in the Air

Keeping the Balls in the Air

“There is so much going on… I just don’t know how I am going to keep all of the balls in the air…” How many times have you heard yourself say this? It’s something I hear often from my many busy clients, who find themselves juggling lots of competing demands related to family, work, health,

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An Alternative to Dieting

An Alternative to Dieting

Each day we are inundated with so much information on food and body image…try this and lose weight, you should look like this…, take this and watch the weight come off, try Keto/Paleo/countless other diets.  Many of us are obsessed with what we eat and what we look like. Perhaps we have not given thought

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When your significant other is suffering, self-care is vital

When your significant other is suffering, self-care is vital

When your significant other is suffering, what can you do? It can be difficult to witness your loved one suffering and it can bring to the surface many feelings for you as the significant other attempting to support. There can be hurt, rejection, loneliness, sadness, helplessness, confusion, embarrassment, and anger. How can I help him

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Take a Deeper Breath

Take a Deeper Breath

We learn in therapy how to recognize that instinctual moment when our systems kick into high gear–often referred to as the “fight or flight” moment. Then we do everything we know how to calm that part of our brains so we can think rationally and focus on next steps. The important thing is to understand

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Can Therapy Help You With Depression?

Depression Therapy Depression is a mood disorder that impacts millions of people across the nation. It can impact how you see the world, how you feel about things, and your relationships. Depression can cause intense and relentless feelings of sadness, loss of pleasure in life, and so much more. Those who are affected by depression

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No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow

No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow

Its finally spring! Change is inevitable and the only constant in our Universe. If there was no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant; if we had not known adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome. Renewal , rebuilding, and regrowth are bound to follow the disasters, calamities, epidemics, or pandemics of the world

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Happy (Pandemic) New Year?

Happy (Pandemic) New Year?

“A year ago this was our last normal week and nobody knew it.” I saw this meme going around social media and had to pause for a minute and reflect. It is a strange feeling to know that almost a year ago, our entire world changed. I remember those first few weeks, how eerie it

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People-Pleasers: Make Space for Yourselves!

People-Pleasers: Make Space for Yourselves!

It’s a frequent refrain in my therapy office: “I’m a people-pleaser.” Clients say this to me all the time, often by way of explaining their willingness to sacrifice their own well-being for that of others — even sometimes for people with whom they barely have a relationship. Sometimes, it’s almost said with pride: “I like

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Boundaries

Boundaries

Boundaries Create Deep and Meaningful Relationships “An intimate relationship is one in which neither party silences, sacrifices, or betrays the self.  Each party expresses strength and vulnerability, weakness and competence in a balanced way.” Harriet Lerner Setting and maintaining healthy boundaries can be overwhelming and uncomfortable.  It requires knowing oneself and valuing one’s...

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