The holiday season can be joyful, exciting, heartwarming, and fun. It can also be incredibly stressful, lonely, and overwhelming.
My name is Mark Ehlert, and I survived a suicide attempt at the age of 19. At that time, I was at a point in my life where I felt lost and hopeless. I came from a very interesting background and I had issues with abandonment and rejection. I felt very betrayed by a lot […]
Although the holidays are filled with sights and sounds of happiness and cheer, often, many of us are left feeling less than joyful around the holiday season that stretches from Thanksgiving to the New Year. This common experience is often the compilation of spending more money gift giving, the stress of entertaining, and for some […]
Coping with grief and loss through movement is as old as humankind; Psalm 30:11 in the King James Bible begins thou hast turned for me my mourning into dancing. As a graduate of the dance/movement therapy and counseling program at Columbia College Chicago, I refer to the definition of dance movement therapy to explain my […]