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The Distraction Cycle

THE DISTRACTION CYCLE   Evolving Addictions To Self-Manage Trauma In South Platte Counseling’s ongoing blog series, “Mental Health and Me,” we invite one of our clients to write openly and anonymously about their mental health journey on a topic they’ve personally...

Jen Yeater

JEN YEATER   Teen, Young Adult, and Family Counselor  Jen Yeater’s journey into being a highly skilled youth therapist blossomed when she stumbled into psychology in college.  During her time at the University of Northern Colorado, she majored in history and dipped...

Healing From An Emotional Relapse

Going to Therapy In South Platte Counseling’s ongoing blog series, “Mental Health and Me,” we invite one of our clients to write openly and anonymously about their mental health journey on a topic they’ve personally experienced.  We are showcasing this series to help...

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My personal experience with menopause

My personal experience with Menopause

Don’t know what you had until it is gone According to the National Institutes of Health, there are 1.3 million women who become menopausal each year in the United States. Menopause occurs when a woman has not had a menstrual cycle for 12 consecutive months. The...

Adulting and happiness

Adulting and Happiness

You’ve heard the term, but what is “adulting?” People in their 20’s and early 30’s—what some call the dreaded Millennial’s—use the term “adulting” frequently. When we are productive, when we choose responsibility over having fun, when we start cooking at home, or when...

4 ways to lose your therapist

4 ways to lose your therapist

The other day I was sitting down having lunch with some colleagues. They asked me how I was doing, I thought about it for a few moments, and then replied, “I'm doing fantastic.” Of course, they wanted to know what was going on and what was different. I told them that...

In the midst of our addiction

In the Midst of Our Addiction

In our addiction, all we can think about is “more”. Whole portions of our days are consumed with planning to fulfill our desire, and whole portions of our days are consumed with hunting for our desire. And, for part of our day, at least, we do get high: with drugs,...