Entries by Achieve Concierge

Postpartum Depression: More Than the Baby Blues

After giving birth, your body and mind go through many changes. You might feel like you don’t love or care for your baby. Many women experience feeling sad or “blue” three to five days after giving birth; feelings of sadness that occur past two weeks indicate there may be symptoms of depression. Women can experience […]

Innovative Thinking: Using Creative Problem Solving

Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is more than thinking outside of the box. CPS is a process that encourages you to identify a problem and seek solutions—questioning why, when, and how will help you in Creative Problem Solving.  Problems are, at times, overwhelming. Creative Problem Solving utilizes who, what, where, when, and how to formulate short […]

Stay Centered With Therapy

Proper healing of our mind, body, and soul takes time. We can’t expect to wake up one morning and be better. By nurturing our entire being, we learn to forgive, listen to our inner self, and mend. To start our journey to mental, physical, spiritual, social, and intellectual well-being, we must explore what health means. […]

Finding Yourself in Recovery

Recovery means something different to every person. Your recovery can be a process where you combine group therapy and individual therapy. Others may prefer unique treatment and yoga. Individualized recovery meets the needs of those who are navigating their way through the path to healing. Beginning the recovery journey means seeking healthy ways to cope […]

Self-Love: Nurturing the Mind, Body, and Soul

Self-love isn’t a trend; it’s the realization of self-worth. We need to realize what we mean to ourselves before we can give to others. We bury our self-worth in our body, mind, and soul. The mind, body, soul connection creates the ability to value ourselves. Spiritually, physically, and mentally the search for self-love is rooted […]

A Parent’s Guide To Supporting Your LGTBQ+ Child

As children grow up, they learn what it means to have a gender identity from their parents, older siblings or children, and society. Assigned gender roles form their identity and their place in the family or community. Some children accept their assigned gender without question and feel comfortable and confident in it. As they grow […]

Stand With LQBTQ+ Teens Against Bullying

October 17th is the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation’s (GLAAD) Spirit Day. GLAAD formed in response to the media’s and society’s reaction to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In 1985 a group of men and women decided to control the LGTBQ+’s (Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual, Queer, non-binary) narrative. They came together intending to create conversation focused […]