Therapy? 4 Mental Health Facts You Must Know

2019-04-07T20:12:32+00:00

When I was 15 years old I was sent to see a psychologist.  Although it wasn’t my idea, my family situation was complicated and as I remember it the adults in my life thought it might be helpful.  I wasn’t exactly against the idea, and I do remember being curious to see what was “supposed” to happen to me during this thing called “therapy”.   My therapist was a very nice man who was kind and he listened to my teenage self try to make sense of my fears and confusion at the time.  What was different about talking with [...]

Therapy? 4 Mental Health Facts You Must Know2019-04-07T20:12:32+00:00

Therapist or Life Coach?

2019-03-24T22:32:15+00:00

The other day I was having a conversation with someone about their therapy experience and I asked them what it was they found most and least helpful about the process.  They shared many useful insights but there was one thing they mentioned that I felt was very interesting. They mentioned they wished they had a therapist that worked both as a therapist and as a life coach.  We went on to talk a bit more about issues they thought were life coach problems and what things they believed were more appropriate for a therapist to tackle. This got me thinking [...]

Therapist or Life Coach?2019-03-24T22:32:15+00:00

Find Something

2019-02-24T23:56:00+00:00

I was inspired this week by a quote that read in part, “find something deep within yourself that is truly you and cling to it” I wasn’t initially sure why it was so inspiring or why it spoke to me but as I found myself repeatedly going back to re-read the quote, I began to ask myself a few questions. How do I look within myself? How do I know if I have found “something” that is “truly” me? What do I do with it once I find it? I tried not to make it a big thinking exercise (as [...]

Find Something2019-02-24T23:56:00+00:00

There’s no place like home?

2018-03-12T16:16:18+00:00

In November of 2005, I left the United States and moved to London.  I can still remember the site of my house in Massachusetts getting smaller and smaller out the back of the taxi window on that early chilly morning.  Although I had been excited and motivated to move, I suddenly had a feeling of dizziness. As we were driving away from my Massachusetts ‘home’, another part of me was seemingly still inside that yellow house, struggling to catch up with the changes my body was making.  It was as if ‘me’, or aspects of ‘me’ were still in that [...]

There’s no place like home?2018-03-12T16:16:18+00:00

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