Doing the Work, Part 4

Welcome back to the final part  of my series "Doing the Work." This series focuses on colleagues of mines who are doing the work in Alabama,  of creating safe spaces for sexual assault survivors and victims. If you missed the last three posts, they are  available here, here, and here. I know we have heard of... Continue Reading →

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Doing the Work, Part 3

Welcome back to Part 3 of my series "Doing the Work." This series focuses on colleagues of mines who are doing the work in Alabama,  of creating safe spaces for sexual assault survivors and victims. If you missed the last two posts, they are  available here and here. One fact that may not be well-known... Continue Reading →

Doing the Work, Part 2

Hey, Hey!! Welcome back to Part 2 of my series "Doing the Work." This series focuses on colleagues of mines who are doing the work in Alabama,  of creating safe spaces for sexual assault survivors and victims. If you missed the first post, here's the available link. This week, I got a chance to interview... Continue Reading →

Doing the Work, Part 1

Hey, Hey!!!! 2019 is moving right along. We are now in APRIL!! I can't believe it. There's an old saying that goes April showers bring May Flowers.  However, there is another reason that April is important. It represents Sexual Assault Awareness Month. About 3 years ago, I started my journey in sexual assault awareness as... Continue Reading →

Reclaiming Self-Care

  Hey, Hey!!! About 2 weeks, at my writing group, I brought up the word self-care and from my members, I heard this internal and external sigh and I was like whattttt. In our talking and from what I see on social media, there may be a wee misuse of the word self-care. We deepened... Continue Reading →

Lessons From Tarana Burke

Hey Hey!!! Yesterday, I was able to attend a lecture presented by Tarana Burke, on the Power of #MeToo.  It was Co-sponsored with UAB Student Affairs, UAB Wellness Promotion, UAB Title IX Office, and UAB Counseling Services. Since finding out about Tarana and her ties to Selma, AL, I have been intrigued by her and... Continue Reading →

I’m A Flinstone’s Kid

September has been designated as Self-Care Awareness Month. Disclaimer: This blog provides general information and discussion about medicine, health and related subjects.  The words and other content provided in this blog, and in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. If the reader or any other person has... Continue Reading →

Addicted. (Archive edition)

**This is an older blog, but I wanted to share it again in honor of  Addiction Recovery Month.  February 2014, I got the opportunity to begin my counseling career as an IO (Intensive Outpatient) Therapist. I was scared out of my mind. Yes, I got my degree in community counseling and all I knew is... Continue Reading →

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