As much as I like to think of myself as well-rounded, modern, intelligent woman, I am also a sucker for anything that has an infomercial on at 2 am (pretty sure that I do need a food dehydrator). And, as many women I know in recovery, I have had issues with food since I got my first training bra. My impulsiveness + food issues + marketing = Chrissy’s fantastical review of fad diets of tried…
Chrissy Taylor is a clinician with over a decade’s worth of experience working with various disempowered populations to promote self-efficacy and resource acquirement.
Early recovery is the perfect time to get up and get going. Why? Because it will help your brain and your body.
Chrissy Taylor, Workit Health’s Director of Counseling, talks about being a mom and what she learned when it comes to reaching out for help.
This will not come as a shock to our users: as a counselor, I actually work for you. I am invested in your success, I want great things for you. And as an experienced mental health professional, I know that your path to recovery will be a few steps forward, and a few steps back. That’s 100% expected! Your counselor will never judge you, I promise.
Ready for the journey? Got your snacks packed, some water, make sure you go to the bathroom before we leave. As Workit’s Director of Counseling, I have some tips for your Workit trip before we get started.
Dating while curbing substance use and other addictive behaviors has its own set of challenges and rewards.