Can Motherhood be Romantic?

It’s probably not the first word that comes to mind, what with all the diapers, spit up and crumb-filled car seats. The general messiness doesn’t lend well to an idea of romance. Yet, Francis Mallman, celebrity Argentinian chef, loves mess. The Netflix documentary series Chef’s Table featured him in their first season of the show.Continue reading “Can Motherhood be Romantic?”

Dreams about cockroaches, cockatoos and chameleons

The Interpretation of Dreams is a famous book written by Signund Freud in 1899. I found it in a used book store three years ago and it sits in my office but I’ve never read it. Clients often ask me to interpret their dreams for them, but usually I end up asking them for theirContinue reading “Dreams about cockroaches, cockatoos and chameleons”

All My Friends Are Therapists, Episode 3, Part 1

Today we sit down with Erin to talk about anxiety. I realize this is a HUGE topic, not just in importance but also in research, information, and literature. We are just scratching the surface. Erin helps us define anxiety and talks about her personal struggles with it throughout her adult life. A big THANK YOUContinue reading “All My Friends Are Therapists, Episode 3, Part 1”

“All My Friends Are Therapists”, Episode 2

Welcome back to the “All My Friends Are Therapists” podcast! Today we are talking about the concept of GirlBoss. My friend Shannon is back to talk about what it means to be a “Girlboss” ! This topic has been buzz worthy lately and without having read the book GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso, my friend ShannonContinue reading ““All My Friends Are Therapists”, Episode 2″

Introducing “All My Friends Are Therapists”

Introducing Mountain Mindset Counseling’s brand new podcast called, “All My Friends are Therapists”! This is such an exciting day for me as this has been a long awaited dream. The podcast is a health and wellness podcast where I discuss therapy topics with my toughest “clients”, my friends. So many mental health and wellness podcastsContinue reading “Introducing “All My Friends Are Therapists””

Scary Things

I used to hate scary things. Not scary movies or books (like Helter Skelter, that one messed with me for a while), but things that took me outside of my comfort zone. Scary things like quitting my job, starting my own private practice, writing blogs, buying a house, having a baby. Have you ever heardContinue reading “Scary Things”