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Meet Stillpoint’s Newest Addition!

There is a new face here at StillPoint and we want to introduce you! Please welcome Mercedes McLaughlin! We sat down with her and asked her a couple of questions so you guys can get to know her better!  Q: “Tell us about your background.”  A: “I joined the mental health field due to my own experiences with the mental...[ read more ]

How to Tell Your Family You’re Not Coming Home for Christmas

This holiday season will look very different for millions of Americans who have decided to forego traveling home this year due to the pandemic. While some families may be understanding, some may not be as happy with your decision. If you’ve decided not to go home for the holidays, here’s how to break it to your family without burning bridges....[ read more ]

Gratitude Guilt

 by Amanda Smith   I've been struggling with the concept of "gratitude" lately, and I think it has a lot to do with how this whole year has panned out. 2020 has glaringly reminded us that we have things for which to be thankful. However, it feels a bit uneasy publicly professing gratitude for things that seem slightly trivial in...[ read more ]

The Heart’s Healing Power

By Jessica King   Have you ever heard the phrase, “Listen to your heart, because it knows the way”?  According to research and a new tool Stillpoint will soon be offering, this couldn’t be more true. Heart Math has 25 years of research and technology that believes in the heart-brain connection as well as the influence it has on our...[ read more ]

Five Small Ways You Can Practice Gratitude

Holy cow… it’s November already?! I can’t believe 2020 is almost coming to a close. With 2021 rapidly approaching, it’s time to reflect on this past year. Although 2020 has been anything but easy, it’s important to remind ourselves that tough times will only make us grow.    If you’re finding it difficult to get into the holiday spirits with...[ read more ]

Is Hypnotherapy Right for You?

Is there a behavior or habit you've been trying to change or eliminate but haven't had any success? Do you wonder if hypnotherapy is right for you? A lot of people are intrigued but confused by hypnotherapy, and can you blame them? Most only know the concept from seeing a video of someone making an audience member cluck like a...[ read more ]

Self-Care for College Students During the Pandemic

By Amanda Smith, LCSW Oh, 2020! We've sure had our fair share of adjustments this year. Although COVID-19 has affected everyone on the planet, it has had an enhanced distinct effect on college students. Adjustment is an inevitable thing when it comes to college, but throw in a pandemic? Whew, it can get pretty tough. Luckily, we can do a...[ read more ]

Recovering Your Life After Surviving Domestic Violence

Studies show nearly one in four women and one in ten men have been a victim of physical violence, stalking or psychological aggression within an intimate partner relationship at any given time and nearly half of women homicide victims in the U.S are killed by a former or current partner. According to Cynthia Conner, a licensed social worker with Baylor...[ read more ]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

On average, around 20 people (both men and women) are physically abused by a significant other or intimate partner in the United States every minute, which averages over 10 million per year. New research is showing there could be as much as a 20% increase in domestic violence throughout the world due to COVID-19 restrictions. This is because abuse is...[ read more ]

Grieving the Loss of Normalcy During the Pandemic

For the last six months, COVID-19 and its effects have completely rocked our world and lives as we know it. Although COVID-19 is an epidemiological crisis, the result and all the changes that have come with it is bringing about a new type of crisis- a mental health one. Along with feelings of anxiety, sadness or uneasiness, many of us...[ read more ]



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