Aspen Counseling Services is a private practice that offers a variety of services for children, teens, adults, couples, and families.
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It’s important to notice the positive things about yourself and not always focus on the negatives. You are human. You are beautiful.
Negativity can affect our outlook and moods. You don’t have to be a part of it. If you would like to learn how to set healthy boundaries for yourself, visit www.aspencs.com to set up an appointment with one of our therapists.
No one is good 100% of the time, and that’s okay. If you’re struggling and need help visit www.aspencs.com to schedule an appointment with one of our therapists.
Aspen Counseling Services is excited to announce Alysse Fawcett, LMFT as our newest therapist. She is now accepting new clients and sees individuals, couples and families. She’s in network with UHC and BCBS. Find out more about her and how to set up an appointment at www.aspencs.com.
Relationships can be difficult with many ups and downs. Learning to work together can improve relationship satisfaction. Visit www.aspencs.com to see how one of our counselors can help.
Marriage Is Imperfect Because People Are Imperfect - Motherly Thanks to the hard work of raising kids, we’ve learned that to be a good teammate doesn't mean perfection.
People pleasing can lead to many negative feelings about yourself. If you are struggling with trying to make everyone happy and setting healthy boundaries, one of our therapists can help. Visit www.aspencs.com to schedule an appointment.
4 Fears That Create People-Pleasers and How to Ease Them - Tiny Buddha I believe these specific fears are the reason why many of us become people-pleasers. If you're a people-pleaser as well, this may help.
Progress is progress, regardless of the size. You are doing great. If you or someone you know is struggling, contact Aspen Counseling Services for help from one of our therapists. www.aspencs.com
Waiting for an apology from someone only holds you back. It’s okay to let that experience go for your own peace of mind. If you’re struggling with with moving forward, our counselors at Aspen Counseling Services can help. www.aspencs.com
It’s okay to distance yourself from people that emotionally drain you. It’s considered self-care.
Aspen Counseling Services would like to recognize and thank all past and present people serving our country, as well as their families. We appreciate your sacrifices.
Everyone has a bad day or doesn’t always feel 100%. It’s okay to not be okay all the time.
Leisure activities are considered self-care and is important for our mental health. How can you implement self-care regularly in your schedule?
Why Leisure Is Never a Waste of Time How we view leisure activities affects the mental health benefits they provide.
It can be difficult when life doesn’t go the way you planned. Learning to be flexible and accept change can sometimes make transitions easier.
It’s okay to choose the people you surround yourself with. It can make a big difference in the way you feel about yourself.
We are looking to add to our team! Aspen Counseling Services is looking to hire fully licensed counselors for both Dallas and Grapevine locations. Please reach out to Dr. Gaa, [email protected], or Dr. Hahn, [email protected], for more information. You can learn more about our practice at www.aspencs.com.
Aspen Counseling Services // Dr. Heather Hahn and Dr. Melissa Gaa // 8100 Lomo Alto, Ste 238, Dallas, TX 75225 :: Home The mission of Aspen Counseling Services is to assist each individual who comes in for counseling to live an authentically genuine life that is filled with purpose and a sense of meaning. Aspen Counseling Services is a private practice that offers a variety of services for children, teens, adults, c...
It’s okay to not be okay. It’s okay to ask for help. It’s okay to need a break. It’s okay to take care of yourself.
Happy Pride Month! At Aspen Counseling Services we are LGBTQ+ affirming 🏳️🌈.
LOVE IS LOVE!
While many say happy Memorial Day, may we remember the meaning behind this holiday. Today we both honor and remember those individuals who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. This day may trigger grief and loss for those who have lost a child, parent, brother/sister, family member, friend, brother/sister in arms and may feel anything but happy and celebratory. If you know someone who has lost a loved one in the armed services, please let them know you’re thinking about them today. May you have a safe and thoughtful Memorial Day.
Taking care of your mental health and well-being is essential. There is no shame in seeking help; it is brave and courageous.
Mental illness isn’t always visible as physical illness are. Individuals who may struggle with their mental health can seem “okay” and put together but inside are breaking, hurting, and struggling to get through the day. We need to treat mental well-being with the same importance as physical well-being. We are inner connected and this connection affects one another. There is no shame in reaching out for help if you are struggling. We have routine maintenance at the dentist, eye doctor, for our cars, house, yet we don’t routinely check in with our mental health. Let’s change the stigma. Let’s start working on healthier versions of us!
Some days feel impossible. Some are painful and hard. Just know you have a 100% success rate of being able to make it through those tough days.
It’s okay to nurture what you need today. Self-care. Boundaries. Conversations. A nap. It’s okay to rest. It’s okay to lean into what the day is calling for from your mind and body.
Feeling safe is vital to trust and vulnerability. You are not broken because of past experiences, traumas, and mistakes made (better yet growth opportunities that can be learned from). Being able to communicate within relationships you have is essential to learning one another. It’s okay to require feeling safe in a relationship. If you don’t you have a right to set boundaries.
If you’re struggle with your teen, here are some good mantras to remember and consider.
This is National Eatinging Disorders Awareness Week . Disordered eating can affect any human and may not be visible to the human eye. Here are some facts on the illness.
Living your most authentic life can increase overall well-being and mental health. Sometimes it can help to slow life down, pause, assess congruency between the life you aspire to live (morals/values) and patterns currently in your life to allow for shifts, if needed.
Perspective and reframing can make a huge difference in our lives. We are often so hard on ourselves instead of showing self-compassion.
Emotional abuse can be extremely harmful to your overall health and well-being. Sometimes it can be challenging to detect. Setting boundaries is imperative.
As we get closer and closer to 2021 and you begin to set intentions for the new year, here is a great list to start with!!
As we begin to reflect upon our transformations this past year and set new intentions for 2021, may you also include the gift of self acceptance!
Sometimes the holidays feel merry. Sometimes the holidays feel full of grief and/or loneliness. The holidays may look very different this year due to the pandemic. It’s okay to feel and lean into the emotional experience you are having — even if it looks different than someone else.
Feelings and emotional experiences can happen simultaneously; they don’t have to be dichotomous.
The holiday season can be both joyous and difficult. It’s okay to listen to what you are needing and honor that space and emotional experience.
Happy Thanksgiving from Aspen Counseling Services.
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