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In-person office visits: What you should know

July 21, 2020 | By Johnna Hjersman Everson

At OIC, we are looking forward to being able to see our clients, patients, and colleagues in person once again. It has been a long time, and we miss the experience of being face-to-face and in the same room, sharing space and energy with each other. However, as health care providers, we are also cognizant […]

What you’re feeling might be burnout — here’s what you can do about it

July 14, 2020 | By Kristen Menke

I’m seeing a growing trend in therapy sessions lately. A number of my clients are reporting feeling exhausted, unmotivated, apathetic, unproductive, and have become harshly judgmental of their actions (or inaction) and their feelings. “Sounds like burnout,” I tell them. “What’s burnout?” is the most common response. The second most common response has been, “I […]

Responding to Anxiety with Collective Support

May 08, 2020 | By Aurora Moreno

Anxiety has come to our communities in a big way recently, with the onset of community spread of COVID-19. We are no longer just responding to our personal anxious thoughts, emotions, or somatic experiences; we are also reckoning with themes of uncertainty and overwhelm in parallel processes — our own experience and those of the […]

Easing your Zoom burnout

May 05, 2020 | By Stephanie Watson

In the wake of COVID-19, many of us have turned to alternate ways of communicating and conducting business. Zoom is a widely popular platform, and boy are we grateful! For many of us, Zoom is how we are teaching, connecting, and maintaining our work obligations! Moving forward, many of us may continue to work from […]

A Holistic Approach to Anxiety

April 17, 2020 | By Christine Kramer

Anxiety affects roughly 40 million people in the United States; that’s 18 percent of the population according to the ADAA (Anxiety and Depression Association of America). There are different types of diagnoses, like panic disorders, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, OCD, and PTSD. Women are twice as likely to develop an anxiety disorder than […]

Naming fear and releasing it

April 10, 2020 | By Julie Luzarraga

“If you touch the fear instead of running from it, you find tenderness, vulnerability, and sometimes a sense of sadness.” — Pema Chödrön Fear is a bottomless pit; we are all susceptible. Many of our behaviors are driven by fear — a fear of not being liked, fear of the unknown, fear of loss. The more afraid […]

Creating a Home Sanctuary

April 07, 2020 | By Emily Goodwin

Our homes have transformed into multi-purpose spaces. With many of us staying at home the majority of the week, our homes are now our workplace, gym, entertainment areas, and so much more. When considering how much our homes have shifted in response to the pandemic, it is no surprise that we are faced with the […]

Some spiritual wisdom to help you kick off 2020! Get ready…

February 16, 2020 | By John Turnquist

EVERYTHING about you is an expression of energy: your thoughts, beliefs, self-images, feelings, emotions, actions, physical body, physiological sensations, etc. We ALL come from the SAME SOURCE of energy, although this ONE ENERGY is utilized and expressed differently by each of us (and, of course, in countless similar ways — like being human!). This energy/power […]

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