CreativeCounselingCenter
14
JUN
2018
free events in denver

Free & Cheap Events in Denver | 2018 Edition

Denver has so much to offer, and not all of it costs a lot of money! In fact, there are 100 pages of free and cheap events in Denver, available for download right here! Huge shout out to our friend Deahna, who invests a huge amount of time into compiling this list of free and...
09
JUN
2018
suicide awareness and prevention

Suicide Awareness & Prevention | What to Look For & How to Help

Anthony Bourdain. Kate Spade. Robin Williams. Kurt Cobain. Alexander McQueen. Chris Cornell. Avicii. There are dozens of celebrities who have taken their own lives, garnering the undivided attention of the media and an overwhelming wave of public mourning. But for every one...
30
MAY
2018
time to stop therapy

The Best of Times, the Worst of Times & When It’s Time to Stop Therapy

Many people seek therapy when they are struggling with specific challenges or emotions: fear, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship woes, etc. In some circumstances, clients “graduate” from therapy as soon as their presenting symptoms cease. However, when therapy is...
15
MAY
2018
grief counseling advice

Not-So-Good Grief: Coping with the Loss of Mom on Mother’s Day

“Loss and heartache do not define you. They are part of your story.” –Unknown For many, Mother’s Day is a time of celebration. But for many others, Mother’s Day is a time of grief and pain. Whether you are grieving the loss of your mom, have a complicated relationship with her,...
25
APR
2018
couples counseling advice

Tough Love: Couples Counseling Advice You Might Not Want to Hear

Sometimes two people have to fall apart to realize how much they need to fall back together. And the need to fall back together oftentimes drives people into couples counseling. Not every relationship can—or should—be reassembled but working with a relationship therapist will...
08
APR
2018
helping children through divorce

helping children through divorce: advice from our child counselors

You had and you held your husband or wife, for better or for worse, in sickness and in health. But when “I do” turns into “I don’t,” it creates a mess of emotions for you… and also for your children. As a parent, your job is twofold: to find healthy coping strategies for your own...
26
MAR
2018
expand your comfort zone

Expand Your Comfort Zone: Fear, Excitement & Three Easy Assignments

“Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson Fear of the unknown. Contempt prior to investigation. Irrational justifications. These are just some of the things that keep us nestled snugly in our comfort zones....
10
MAR
2018
counseling advice for parents

Counseling Advice for Parents: The Power of Words in Child Development

“Words have energy and power with the ability to help, to heal, to hinder, to hurt, to harm, to humiliate, and to humble.” –Yehuda Berg Words have power. Every word we speak is rich with energy, and that energy not only affects us, but it also affects everyone around...
28
FEB
2018

a beginner’s guide to eft tapping

the power of eft tapping in unlocking your potential When it comes to unlocking your true potential, there’s plenty of motivating and inspiring advice out there. You can do it! Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right. You are confined only by the walls you build...
14
FEB
2018
ways to spread love

Spread the Love: 5 Simple Ways to Bring More Love Into Your Life

“And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” –Paul McCarthy Whether you’re a Valentine’s Day fanatic or skeptic, there’s no denying that what the world needs now is love, sweet love. Single or hitched, there’s always room for more love in your life—and what...