Newsletter

Take Root Therapy January Newsletter

We honor pet grief, consider the importance of blood donations, and discuss body neutrality. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi all, Here we are, on the last day of January, which felt more like three months than one. I have continued to try to limit my news consumption this month while working to maintain my empathy for others. Some days, I have failed and have been…
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Take Root Therapy December Newsletter

We learn about perinatal and postpartum mental health, read to kids, and better understand change. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi folks, I hope this holiday season has been treating you well. I hope you have found time to rest and laugh amidst the hustle and bustle. And that there is light amidst the darkness. I love craft fairs and bought my new favorite sweatshirt…
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Take Root Therapy November Newsletter

We explore betrayal trauma, serve love together, and learn about separation anxiety in relationships. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi all, It is still technically November for just a few minutes, and I am ready for it to end. I am tired, both physically and emotionally. Last week, I was eager to have a few days off with my family. Then, I woke up on…
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Take Root Therapy October Newsletter

We discuss how to tell if therapy helps, fight to end hunger, and discover the benefits of a digital detox. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi all, I hope this newsletter finds you as well as possible. I hope you have been taking care of yourself and your heart. I will be honest and share that I am struggling. I know that for some,…
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Take Root Therapy September Newsletter

We learn about the complexities of ADHD, support the unhoused, and identify internalized misogyny. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi folks, I committed to getting our new article out before October, and here I am, on Friday the 29th of September having just published it at 10:30 pm. I learned a long time ago that I need a deadline and will procrastinate, even if I…
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Take Root Therapy August Newsletter

We work to understand social anxiety, fundraise for those impacted by the Maui wildfires, and create emotional boundaries in our relationships. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi folks, August is almost over, and I’m relieved. So much has happened across the globe and the country that has been tremendously difficult, with the racially motivated shooting in Florida being the most recent. When I read…
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Take Root Therapy July Newsletter

We analyze the impact of gaslighting, celebrate Disability Pride Month, and suggest ways to be more empathetic. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi all, I hope you’re doing well. I’m working hard to ensure that I’m doing well, too. I would offer some niceties about staying cool in the heat, which I am trying to do too, but given my climate anxiety, I’m reluctant…
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Take Root Therapy June Newsletter

We highlight the importance of a chosen family, celebrate Queer Pride, and learn about the mental health needs of fathers. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi folks, Happy Pride Month! I know I’m late. I had dreams of sending this out to you at the start of the month so that we could highlight all of the pride events. And then life happened, and…
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Take Root Therapy May Newsletter

We try to better understand motivation, prioritize wellness and self-care, and consider how to tell if your partner is emotionally available. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi folks, It’s almost June, so we are almost halfway through the year. While I don’t set resolutions for myself, I do hope to improve and step closer to who I want to be (while having compassion and grace for…
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Take Root Therapy April Newsletter

We investigate the effects of imposter syndrome, celebrate Earth Day and discuss relationships with differing attachment styles. A Letter From Our Founder   Hi folks, I hope you’re enjoying spring now that it’s finally here. Even with my itchy eyes and sneezy nose, I am so thankful for the change in seasons. Somehow I am still surprised when I look at the tree outside my window and…
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