Category Archives: Therapist’s Thoughts

Hope & Thanksgiving in COVID Times

By Jashley Boatwright, LPC-AT, ATR-BC “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness.” ~Desmond Tutu As I reflect on the year of 2020, there are a few roaring highs and an overabundance of challenging … Continue reading

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Married to the Military

By Jessica Gonzales-Johnson Graduate Student Intern, Tarleton State University While many people know November 11th is Veterans Day, many people do not know the month of November is dedicated to honoring the individuals often forgotten, military family members. Veterans and … Continue reading

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Learning From A Veteran

By Heidi Tournoux-Hanshaw, LPC-AT/S, ATR-BC, ATCS & Aaron Evans, Graduate Student Intern, University of North Texas As the Clinical Director of The Art Station, I often have the unique opportunity to learn about our graduate student interns in our weekly … Continue reading

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Creating a New Normal Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss

By Sarah Taylor Art Therapy Graduate Student Intern, St. Mary of the Woods College An estimated 1 in 4 women will experience the loss of a child during pregnancy or the first year of the child’s life. Historically these women … Continue reading

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