Here we go. As the founder of Lotus Counseling of Connecticut, I am on a mission to help others heal and lead meaningful lives. As such, I want to connect with readers in a more intimate way, and am hoping to use this blog as a place to share my own views, beliefs, thoughts, and observations about the world we live in. I also want to share and help spread the word about what other's are researching and how we can apply it in our day to day lives/practice (i.e. Trauma Sensitive Yoga- http://www.decolonizingyoga.com/12-simple-ways-make-yoga-classes-trauma-informed/).
So, I'm totally new at blogging. Not new to writing, I've always been a writer. But to write for the public eye brings a whole new level of scariness and vulnerability. For today, let's keep it safe. I've given you a link to check out a little bit about trauma sensitive yoga, along with a slide to understand a little bit further why I'm so interested in this. For next week, let's take it a step further and talk about more.
Kait Marcil, LPC
Founder of Lotus Counseling of Connecticut in Watertown, CT