Oct 17 2017
Check out this awesome video recap of all the fun we had at our latest event, “Me, Myself & I.” There were raffles, live music, guest speakers and even a food truck! We learned all about how to obtain a better, more healthy version of ourselves while enjoying the great weather, food and drink!
Stay tuned for our next event, it’s going to be a good one!!
Also, check out how much fun we had at our last event.
Apr 27 2017
In today’s society, it’s difficult for a woman to feel empowered. We recently held an all women’s event where we discussed the struggles women have in feeling empowered and finding their voice in not only relationships, but in life. We discussed the importance of boundaries, self care/love and just plainly being nice to other women. In the video, I go into detail on the importance of each of these topics.
Boundaries and self-identity
Boundaries are really important. To have a healthy relationship, both partners should know each other’s wants, fears and limits. You should feel comfortable communicating your needs with your partner without worrying about how they will react. Boundaries are important because they make sure that each person’s needs are being met. In relationships it’s important not forget who you are. It’s very easy to morph into your partner and women are notorious for this. This is where boundaries come into play. Boundaries are put in place in order to protect you and your identity. Don’t let anyone get away with crossing one of your boundaries. Know who you are and don’t let anyone change you.
You do you. To be the best version of yourself, you need to be able to take a step back and take care of yourself. Take the time to treat yourself to that new top you’ve been eyeing, that new lipstick shade that came out or those new running shoes. Go get a mani/pedi or a massage or go for that workout you’ve been putting off. The hour or two that you take to yourself when you need it will recharge your batteries in a way you never thought. As women, I know that it is sometimes difficult to be able to justify spending time on yourself, especially if you are a mother. There is always something that needs to get done. However, not taking care of yourself can put you in a worse situation. Your attitude towards things may change and you may find yourself to be less happy. It’s ok to be selfish when you need to be. Showing yourself some love can have everlasting effects and will benefit you and those around you.
Apr 03 2017
On March 25th, rain or shine (luckily intermittent sunshine), Winter Solstice Psychotherapy Group held its first networking mixer, “Lets Wine About It.” The practice’s parking lot was transformed into different shades of purple and gray to set the mood for the festivities. Our event leader, Dr. Renee Winters, CEO and President of Winter Solstice Psychotherapy Group, provided a variety of wines, cheeses, desserts, and music (my personal favorite, “Everlong” by Foo Fighters) as well as raffle prizes for our guests. Throughout the event, women spoke about their journey toward self-discovery and empowerment. We also had the opportunity to hear from some of our men about the do’s and don’ts when searching for that perfect relationship. The event allowed women an opportunity to network with other women in the area, whether it was for work or simply, camaraderie. But more importantly, the event also brought a sense of escape for many of us. We were all able to take a break from the hustle and bustle of life to either share what we knew or share a laugh. Next up, it’s the men’s turn, Golfing and Beer! See you there!