All too often, women carry the mental load of what happens within their lives, relationships, and families. The mental load is the invisible work of knowing what needs to happen, when, and for whom, and ensuring that these occur. Continue reading “Managing the Mental Load”
People often come to a psychologist for fancy coping strategies.
And yes, whilst this is something that psychologists can help with, often people already know what they might need to help them cope. Sometimes, the process of questioning in therapy helps uncover this need. And sometimes, people already know very clearly, but feel stuck about how to create this in their lives. Continue reading “Coping Strategies”