1. Don’t Let Life’s Big Changes Overwhelm You

    Moving across the country. Starting a new job. Ending a relationship. Dealing with an illness. These are some of the biggest changes that life can throw your way, and frankly, it can be overwhelming to deal with them. In many instances, it can almost feel like too much to even think about them.  You’ve tried it all, from focusing on your breathing to going on walks to taking relaxing baths, but…Read More

  2. What To Do When You’re Feeling Overworked

    No matter what you do for a living, work occupies a large amount of our time. Whether you love your job or wish you were doing something else, there’s no doubt that we spend a lot of time and energy trying to do the best work we can for our employers.  Unfortunately, it can often lead to overworking ourselves in order to get everything done. Needless to say, the end result is frustration, stres…Read More

  3. The Rejuvenating Power of Spending Time Alone

    We live in a day and age where loneliness can often feel debilitating. We’re so connected in every other aspect of our lives that sometimes in-person communication can suffer for it. After all, we can keep in touch with anyone on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, so the need to get together and catch up probably doesn’t feel quite as strong as it used to. There’s no doubt about it — even wh…Read More

  4. How Music Can Help You Through a Tough Time

    When times get particularly tough, what do you do to help yourself make it through them? Although it can be tempting to turn to destructive habits, the truth is that there are plenty of healthy (and healthful) things you can do to start moving out of a slump and into contentment. There’s no doubt that it can be overwhelming to figure things out, but the good news is that if you would benefit fro…Read More

  5. Are You Holding Yourself to Unreasonable Standards?

    It’s an easy thing to do — you make a mistake, and rather than accepting it and moving on, you beat yourself up. Whether it was a decision you made about how to handle a situation at work or an accident at home that ended up costing you some money, the truth is that there are plenty of different kinds of mistakes that can be made. At our Portland counseling office, we think that in many instan…Read More

  6. What Does Self Care Mean To You?

    From family counseling to couples therapy, at Two Rivers Counseling, our goal is to provide each and every person who turns to us with professional, personal, and effective counseling. We know that embarking on a journey to find a therapist that suits you can be a different one, but we strive to offer our patients the perfect combination of things that they need to push forward. As you may have gu…Read More

  7. 3 Tips for Healthier Relationships

    At Two Rivers Counseling in Portland, Oregon, we strive to offer professional, personal, and effective counseling. It can be incredibly difficult to figure out how to overcome the challenges that you face in your daily life, but the good news is that our therapist, Dr. Post-Holmberg is here to help you at every step of the way. As you can probably guess, we are huge advocates for therapy because w…Read More

  8. Are You Searching for a Therapist in Portland

    Are You Searching for a Therapist in Portland?

    There’s no doubt about it — finding the right counselor can be an incredibly tricky thing to undertake. The good news is that you’ve found Two Rivers Counseling. A trip to see Dr. Jeffrey Post-Holmberg might just be exactly what you’ve been searching for. With experience as a family therapist for a social service agency here in Portland, Dr. Post-Holmberg worked with a number of different …Read More

  9. 3 Tips for Dealing With Stress at Work

    3 Tips for Dealing With Stress at Work

    Although many people deal with stressful situations, they always seem to be magnified at work. This makes sense, of course, because many of us find ourselves at our desks in front of a computer screen for 40 hours or more each week. Needless to say, work is one of the most common causes of stress for people. Day in and day out, we deal with deadlines, demanding coworkers, and a never-ending stream…Read More