Burnout 101


Burnout 101  Signs and Symptoms of Burnout: It is not a stretch to assume that many of us, even before the pandemic, were experiencing overwhelming and pervasive stress. Now, with trying to navigate a world impacted severely by COVID-19 it can be easy to feel like balance, hopefulness and positivity are distant companions and too [...]

Burnout 1012021-02-09T02:51:06+00:00

How to Help with 2020 Election Stress!


How to Help with 2020 Election Stress! 2020 Election Stress There has been much stress this year! Whether it is topics of Covid, justice, or the election things have been tense. Many times, we hear what to do physically for stress (i.e. exercise, eat well, sleep well) or even what to do mentally (i.e. healthy [...]

How to Help with 2020 Election Stress!2020-11-20T02:46:10+00:00

How to Identify Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Yourself and Others


How to Identify Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Yourself and Others By: Jessica Winebarger What is trauma? Before identifying the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), it is important to discuss and define trauma, as many individuals rule themselves and loved ones out from experiencing PTSD due to a limited understanding of what can be [...]

How to Identify Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Yourself and Others2020-10-17T00:38:49+00:00

How to Form Healthy Habits


Watch the episode below to see WCNC's Charlotte Today show interview Mike Vaughn on how to form healthy habits! https://www.wcnc.com/article/entertainment/television/charlotte-today/good-habits-counseling/275-e3d8811d-adeb-45b9-a211-004749db89e8   Mike Vaughn https://surehopecounseling.com/mike-vaughn-sexual-addiction-counselor/  

How to Form Healthy Habits2020-09-17T18:16:08+00:00

Building Strong Families


Building Strong Families What does the word family mean and how do we make strong families? The word family has changed over time.  Some people may think of family as their parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. Others may expand the definition to close friends or neighbors. The constructs of a family are diverse. However, [...]

Building Strong Families2020-06-06T17:58:27+00:00

Making the “new normal” normal


Making the "New Normal" normal Counselor Mike Vaughn tells us how to live in the "now" and reduce anxiety about the future https://www.wcnc.com/article/entertainment/television/charlotte-today/counseling-normal-anxiety/275-2c58d060-9617-4c9e-b816-33e1c57bb754

Making the “new normal” normal2020-05-20T13:35:36+00:00

Coronavirus – Anxiety & Depression


How the Coronavirus Pandemic Could Exacerbate Anxiety and Depression. Keeping Yourself Healthy Through It. This pandemic with its rules for social distancing, staying quarantined in our homes, having to isolate from family and friends. Not being able to work and do the things people naturally do or activities that you enjoy like attending church, exercise [...]

Coronavirus – Anxiety & Depression2020-04-29T15:17:40+00:00

Living Embodied and Relational During Stay at Home


Living Embodied and Relational During Stay at Home Stay at Home…don’t go out unless you need to…you are trying… and yet, are you tired, worn out, irritable, and angry the longer this goes on?  Having emotional ups and downs, anxiety, sadness, anger, and feeling powerless are all normal responses when our bodies and spirits are [...]

Living Embodied and Relational During Stay at Home2020-04-21T12:00:05+00:00

Coronavirus:  Ways to Cope with Anxiety


Coronavirus:  Ways to Cope with Anxiety https://www.wcnc.com/video/entertainment/television/charlotte-today/ways-to-cope-with-anxiety/275-d0e7260d-bf4d-474a-be5e-98c80a2f0b8e Click here to see therapist Mike Vaughn on Charlotte Today talking about ways to cope with anxiety concerning the Coronavirus.    

Coronavirus:  Ways to Cope with Anxiety2020-03-25T23:42:25+00:00
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