This week FLEX's Jessica Danilewitz looks to the summer ahead and how we can do a little mental spring cleaning when are spirits are up. There's no need to wait until New Years, spring and summer is the season of growth. CLICK HERE to read Jessica's newest tips at Wellness Wednesday.
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Last week, FLEX therapist Jessica Danilewitz explored how her readers could find a therapist to fit their needs if they felt they could benefit from a bit of support on their wellness journey.
On this #WellnessWednesday, Jessica discusses the next step and looks at what readers can expect in their first treatment session. Jessica provides some valuable insight that may reduce the inherent anxiety that nearly everyone who decides to take this next step will feel. CLICK HERE to learn a little more and better prepare yourself as you move forward.
While the goals of Wellness Wednesday is to engage readers in ways they can persronally enhance their wellness journey, it is important to recognize that this journey is rarely a success without a helping hand along the way. That hand may come from friends or family, but, at times, a professional ear and voice can be valuable in overcoming hurdles or providing unique insight into a situation.
This week FLEX therapist Jessica Danilewitz discusses how her readers can find a therapist that fits their needs. CLICK HERE to learn where to first look for a therapist and what to keep an eye out for.
This week FLEX therapist Jessica Danilewitz introduces the Wellness Wednesday Book Club. Her first Book Club looks at the collection of writings and available speaking engagements of Brene Brown, a US based therapist who is working to make self compassion and embracing vulnerability the next step on your wellness journey.
CLICK HERE to learn about Brene's work and see how you can integrate her work into your daily life.
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