Four Tips for Healthy Conflict

If you’ve been in a relationship for any length of time, then you have probably realized the tendency to have the same arguments over and over… and over. There is that “go-to” fight about the issue, but also not about the issue at all.  Maybe your partner notoriously leaves dishes in the sink instead of […]

3 Ways to Honor Your Grief

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3 Ways to Honor Your Grief “She was no longer wrestling with the grief, but could sit down with it as a lasting companion and make it a sharer in her thoughts.” – George Eliot  At some point in our lives, we will all experience loss. In fact, I’d almost guarantee that it’s already happened to you. Even […]

Separate But Connected: The Relationship Between Client and Therapist

It’s not uncommon to run into a client at a coffee shop, restaurant, or even on the street as I’m walking my dog.  I have a peculiar and sacred job as a therapist. I am invited behind the curtain of my client’s lives, and I know more about the inner workings of their stories than […]

Let’s Talk About the Mind-Body Connection

Let’s Talk About the Mind-Body Connection Editor’s Note: The following blog is by Holding Space Counseling therapist, Brooke Urich, LPC-MHSP (t). She is currently accepting new clients. You can learn more about Brooke and read her bio right here.  ____ You, my friend, are an incredible, complex being. Often when we look at who we […]