Lexy headshot with two border collies dog

Business Spotlight: Meet Lexy Thompson, LPC

Blythe Landry Guidance

I’ve decided that every 6th week, I am going to feature another colleague’s business. Some therapists, some energy healers, some natural health practitioners…and who knows what/whom else. Basically any person or business that I feel is about healing others in this very dark time on our planet, I’ll be sharing with you. For this week’s spotlight, meet Lexy Thompson, LPC. …

Two women talking intensely in the kitchen with blue coffee mugs

What do you do when there is no answer — Lessons from my client

Blythe Landry Guidance

Grief. Trauma. Crises. Addiction. Loss. Abuse. All of the above. Sometimes all for one person, sometimes spread out amidst a family. Sometimes the bad things happen, and we simply do not know why. I’m a spiritual person. To the extreme I would say. Not religious. Just spiritual. And, I, on some cellular level believe that everything around us has poignancy …

close up of hands with punk-inspired accessories standing on rocks of a shoreline

5 tips for self-care at a scary time

Blythe Landry Guidance

What can I say other than, what in the HEEEEEEECK IS HAPPENING in our country? For anyone with a sense of decency or even an emotional pulse, it would be quite literally impossible to not be impacted by the heightened sense of fear, bigotry, confusion and chaos going on right now. Political leanings aside, I think most of us can …

Creative coworkers conversing with coffee

Are you emotionally intelligent in the workplace?

Blythe Landry Guidance

Emotional intelligence (or emotional literacy) have become buzz words in the past several years. Especially when it comes to work environments. The correlation between relationship-building and empathic listening between high-level employees and their teams has also come into play. Gone are the days of demands without validation or the wide-ranging acceptance of emotional incompetence in the office; yet some key …

Woman sitting at modern table outside with red scarf, glasses and holding a cell phone

Four common fears about asking for help — and how to move past them

Blythe Landry Guidance

Help. A word with so many colors and connotations that it would require way too many posts to identify and explain them all. For our purposes, let’s say that by “help” I am referring to what it means to ask for professional help when you are in pain, in crisis, or otherwise lost and don’t know where else to go. …