Do you lack motivation? Here are some things that might help. January 9, 2019 By: Jennifer Seip, LMFT, MA This morning I woke up and did not want to get out of bed. In fact, I wanted to stay in bed so bad that I got up, walked my dog, and then got back under […]

3 Things You Can Be Doing Right Now To Beat Lack of Motivation

One of the most common issues people bring to our sessions is not knowing how to get through their feelings. We therapists call this processing.  For many of us, feeling our feelings is not something we have much experience with. Sadness, anger, fear and grief, can be confusing emotions that have the capability of completely […]

6 Healthy Ways You Can Process Your Feelings

Learn more about some of the fascinating powers of your brain! 12/5/18 By: Jennifer Seip, LMFT, MA Have you ever heard someone refer to humans as left brain dominant? Do you even know what that means? Well today I’m going to tell you exactly what that means and how to get more out of your […]

How Insight About The Left and Right Brain Can Lead You To Euphoria

The importance of having self compassion. By, Jennifer Seip   I am definitely a believer in a bit of self disclosure. Some therapists are not, but if you haven’t already discovered from watching my videos and reading my blog posts, I am. Lately I’ve been a bit out of sorts, even a little down. This […]

Self Compassion’s Role in Love and Relationships

What do you do when you have toxic people in your life? How to deal with toxic people 11/1/18 By: Jennifer Seip, LMFT Who are toxic people? I know what you’re thinking, this post was made for you! We all have that one person, (or two or three) in our lives who we consider to […]

How To Deal With Toxic People!

Break up healing strategies 11/26/17 By: Jennifer Seip, LMFT When a partner of mine broke-up with me some years ago, I wasn’t ready. It came as a shock. I thought that we were doing fine. In my head, I had planned what we would be together during the holidays. I thought about where we would […]

Getting Through The Holidays After A Break Up

I just finished watching last night’s season 7 finale of HBO’s Game of Thrones and man, it was a good one. Don’t worry, there are no spoilers here. For those of you who like it, you know it’s pretty much about dysfunctional families who are fighting to survive, (too bad there were no systemic therapists […]


Every summer my entire family gets together for a July BBQ party. My cousins, aunt and uncle, my brother, his wife, and growing, all go to my parents house. This post reminds me of a conversation I had with one of these people at last year’s party. Now, I wont say who I spoke to […]


One of the greatest ways to reduce stress and improve mental health is by implementing mindfulness meditation into your normal routine. It is evidence-based and used in many different models of therapy. I’m always using mindfulness in my practice, and teaching clients how to pay attention to their body’s and mind. Being present with yourself […]


How to form a new habit: and change an old one. By: Jennifer Seip, LMFT, MA Take a moment and think about the first time you drove to a place where you had never been before. How did you get there? Did you use a map or follow your GPS? Did you have to pay […]

How To Form A New Habit: and Change An Old One