Monthly Archives: May 2016

Plowing Through

It’s not unusual for someone to come into my office who, for a few or a great many years, was able to, as they say, keep their head down when it came to prevailing through hard times only to find themselves experiencing anxiety and/or depression later in life. Another phrase that is often used synonymously… Read more »


I’ve had more than one client ask over the last while whether I’ve contemplated switching from my current mode of scheduling — which is either person-to-person, over the phone, or via email — to an online model which would effectively cut out the interaction in favour of convenience. Now, beginning an argument with I’m no… Read more »