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Jennifer Seip, MA Individual, Couples & Sex Therapy
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Category Archives: Anxiety

Yes, Seasonal Depression Is A Real Thing!

Click this link to watch my video all about seasonal depression! Has anyone else been thinking that this winter has been way too long? Every year around this time, I start to get really antsy for a vacation in a warm place. Specific symptoms of SAC that resonate with me are: feeling tired, lack motivation,… Continue Reading

Insecure Attachment: What You Should Know

Yesterday, my husband and I were talking and the topic of insecurity came up. More specifically, insecure attachment. Quickly into our conversation we realized that we had two different definitions of what it means to feel insecure in a relationship. So today I think it would be nice to break down what attachment is in… Continue Reading

The Art Of Compromise

The Art Of Compromise

If you prefer watching instead of reading, click here! I’m sure you’ve heard this story before. You and your partner are trying to make a decision. For example, let’s say you’re planning a vacation. You want to go to a nice relaxing beach resort and they want to go hiking in the Rocky Mountains. Because… Continue Reading

5 Healthy Ways You Can Process Your Feelings

5 Healthy Ways You Can Process Your Feelings

One of the most common issues people bring to our sessions is not knowing how to get through their feelings. We therapists call this processing.  For many of us actually feeling our feelings is not something we have much experience with. Sadness, anger, fear, grief, can be confusing emotions that have the capability of completely… Continue Reading