COVID-19 has caused a lot of uncertainty and disruption. I am writing to say that I remain committed to supporting you during this time and as of right now my office hours have not changed. Fortunately, I am in a very low foot-traffic space, and please know that I am cleaning and disinfecting continually throughout the day. I do ask that anyone who is sick, or who has recently been in contact with someone sick, not come to the office and I am currently waiving any late cancellation fees. I am available to do sessions either by phone or video in the event that you either are sick or simply feel more comfortable moving to this modality. In addition, if childcare is an issue please know that children can sit in the waiting room as long as they are old enough to not require supervision during your session. Thank you and please continue to let me know how I can help you.
Please be aware that the parent presentation scheduled for 1/26/19 has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
The term “flying monkey” is widely used by mental health professionals to describe individuals who enable the narcissist and do their bidding. Sometimes this person has no idea that they are being manipulated by the narcissist. Because narcissists always view themselves as the victim, they are highly adept at convincing enablers that they aren’t at fault for the situation in which they have found themselves.
I will be at River Trail Middle School in Johns Creek on April 28th from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. to speak with parents about how to raise emotionally healthy kids. Please contact their PTA President Meg Schechter if you need additional information.
An intentional life is one filled with goals and purpose. It is a life fueled by the recognition that our choices have consequences. When we live intentionally we refuse to simply drift through our days, blindly carried downstream by little more than inertia and variables outside of our control. Living with purpose requires frequent pauses […]