Theravive: Feelings of Loneliness May Have Stabilized During COVID-19

Below is an excerpt from this article, published in Theravive, written by Tina Arnoldi. The full article link is at the bottom of the page. Tasha Seiter, MS, AMFT and PhD candidate, believes people may perceive more emotional and social support at this time because they’re quicker to open up and have intimate conversations. “Usually, people are hesitantContinue reading “Theravive: Feelings of Loneliness May Have Stabilized During COVID-19”

Silk and Sonder: How To Set Goals — And Actually Stick To Them

Below is an excerpt from my thoughts in this article, published in Silk and Sonder Therapist Tasha Seiter suggests writing down each domain of your life for which you would like to set personal goals. She uses the following domains with her clients:  Romantic relationship (or marriage)  Family relationships  Friendships/ social life  Professional life  MentalContinue reading “Silk and Sonder: How To Set Goals — And Actually Stick To Them”

North Forty News: Covid-19 Is Breaking the Therapy Stigma

This article was written by me with the help of Angelina Hunter, from North Forty News Covid-19 cases are continuing to increase in many parts of the U.S. including in Colorado (according to Governor Polis). In these unprecedented times, as a therapist, I am observing a surge in people contacting my office to address theirContinue reading “North Forty News: Covid-19 Is Breaking the Therapy Stigma”

News Break: Research Reveals Parents’ Arguments Can Make Teenagers Anxious

This article is a write up of Rachel Lucas-Thompson, Erika Lunkenheimer, and I’s research written by Fatima Virrey in News Break Parents’ arguments can have severe effects on children, specifically teenagers. According to research led by a family therapist, Tasha Seiter, parents’ disagreements can make teenagers anxious and depressed. In most cases, fights between parents will haveContinue reading “News Break: Research Reveals Parents’ Arguments Can Make Teenagers Anxious”

UPJOURNEY: What to Say and What Not to Say to Someone Who Is Grieving

Here is my contribution to this article, published on UPJOURNEY When someone close to you is experiencing grief, it is natural to want to jump in and fix it for them. Watching someone suffer naturally brings up discomfort in ourselves. You just want to make it better for them, make the suffering go away. YouContinue reading “UPJOURNEY: What to Say and What Not to Say to Someone Who Is Grieving”