Category: Health

Happy New Year from Kovacs Counseling!  We are looking forward to 2015 being a strong year as we have added several components to our practice. more

by Tasha Castor, MSEd., LPC

By now, you’ve probably heard an eating disorder referred to as “Ed.” The term became popular in 2003 when author and eating disorder survivor, Jenni Schaefer, teamed with psychotherapist Thom Rutledge, LCSW to write the book, “Life Without Ed.” Schaefer named her eating disorder (Ed), which gave it a personality, and helped her separate from the disease that could’ve killed her. more

by Tasha Castor, MSEd., LPC

“In our lives the darkest times, the days that are bleak and black, add depth to every other experience. Like the dark bits of color in a mosaic, they add the contrast and shadows that give beauty to the whole, but they are just a small part of the big picture.”

– Amy Grant, “Mosaic: Piece of My Life So Far”

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by Katie Kovacs, MSEd., LPCC

Since November of 2013, Disney’s animated film “Frozen” has taken American pop culture by storm.  Anna and Elsa (and even Olaf) have become household names, and everyone seems to be talking about the box office success.   more

by Tasha Castor, MSEd., LPC

National Eating Disorder Awareness (NEDA) Week ended on Saturday, March 1. We hope the infographics we’ve posted here have been helpful, informative, and perhaps even instrumental in changing how you think about eating disorders. Maybe the NEDA campaign even sparked you to say to yourself, at some point in the week, “I had no idea…” more