"Your trauma is valid. Your pain matters. Your experience matters. Your healing matters. And nothing and no one can take that away." - Daniell KoepkeRead More
June 2019 is PTSD Awareness Month
Educate. Empower. Heal.
Take time this month to learn about the signs and symptoms of PTSD. Even if you are not suffering from it, chances are your friends or loved ones will experience it at some point in their lives. Knowledge of PTSD means that you can effectively help yourself or others in the future.Read More
You’re not likely to feel super confident with zero anxiety when you do something new, so you’ll just have to do it scared.
THAT’S OKAY. Say it with me. “That’s Okay!”
You can feel your [insert undesired emotion here] and do it anyway.Read More
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month
Sexual assault and abuse is a prevalent problem for women and men. It is, however, preventable. We can work together to increase awareness, education, and break the stigma for survivors. Click through for more information.Read More
You can change your your relationship to your anxiety simply by changing the way you relate to your thoughts and feelings. We can teach you how. It’s not as hard as it sounds. Call today for more information: (919) 245-7791.Read More
What happens when feeling empathy and care for others creates suffering in us? This type of suffering is known as compassion fatigue. This post includes information about how to recognize this condition and how you can prevent it.Read More
It’s normal and healthy to experience stress in response to the holiday season. Environmental changes, financial strain, and challenges in relationships can present an understandable sense of overwhelm. You deserve extra self-care right now. Click through for helpful strategies designed to help you navigate the winter months.Read More
Dr. Vanessa Roddenberry is interviewed by leadership expert and executive coach, Dr. Mira Brancu, for her blog “A New Look At Women’s Leadership”. Dr. Roddenberry discusses unique aspects of entrepreneurship and leadership that she has experienced as an early career psychologist. https://tinyurl.com/ycquvum4Read More
Did you know there is a type of loss that is often overlooked? Disenfranchised grief can leave one with as deep a sense of loss as traditional bereavement but without the typical level of support and understanding. This “unseen” grief can compound the experience, making it hard to heal.Read More