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The Importance of Introspection: A Daily Examen for Each Enneagram Type

Posted on January 3, 2022 by
Written by: Rev. Andrea “Ani” Vidrine, LCSW The Enneagram Personality Typology System Over ten years ago now, a dear friend of mine kept asking me to take the enneagram personality assessment. I was resistant at first. You see, I work as a psychotherapist, as well as a spiritual director, and didn’t want to look at Read more...
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Why the Enneagram?

Posted on December 2, 2021 by
Written by: Rev. Andrea “Ani” Vidrine, LCSW Life in a Pandemic How do we cultivate peace and achieve a sense of wellbeing in the course of everyday life during a pandemic? Addressing psychological and emotional suffering is a significant concern in the United States today. In 2019, 19.2% of adults in the United States received Read more...
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How To Make Lasting Changes and Suffer Less

Posted on October 29, 2021 by
Written by:Rev. Andrea “Ani” Vidrine, LCSW Do you notice that there is a pattern of negative consequences in your life that seems to reoccur like clockwork? I realized a long time ago that some of my thoughts and behaviors were not serving me based on the repercussions in my life, so I decided to think Read more...
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Nonconsensual Image Sharing and Sexting Stigma

Posted on September 28, 2021 by
Written by: Brittany Hunt, LCSWClinical Oversight Specialist at In our increasingly digital world, we get our makeup tips on Youtube, our news on Twitter, and our dance moves on TikTok. So many aspects of our lives have moved entirely or in part online, including how we interact romantically. In a short span of time, Read more...
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The Stigma of Enabling Behaviors

Posted on August 27, 2021 by
Written by: Maria A. Avila, LMFT, MCAP Many of us are all too familiar with the concept that came out in the 1980s that described how family members perpetuated the vicious cycle of addiction. “Enabling” behaviors offered examples of how families responded and coped with their loved one’s struggle with substance use disorders and how Read more...
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What is so “trusted” about the Trusted Provider Network?

Posted on June 25, 2021 by
Written by: Brittany Hunt, LCSWClinical Oversight Specialist at As a licensed clinical social worker, the concept of trust is an important one to me. I see trust as intimately linked with respecting the dignity and worth of a person, one of the social work core values. The majority of my work has been in Read more...
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