Six Types of Boundaries for Healthy Relationships

In my practice, I regularly come across individuals and couples who feel overextended and misunderstood in their relationships. Often it’s because boundaries are unclear. There are 6 types of boundaries to consider if you are looking to improve the health and quality of your relationships. Intellectual boundaries relate to how opinions, thoughts, and conversational topics…

New Programs Being Offered

In addition to the annual mental game training clinics offered for athletes, Dr. Karla Steingraber and Everest Strong Coaching LLC developed specialized sport psychology clinics for teams. The clinics build not only off of Dr. Steingraber’s Everest Strong mental fitness program, but also incorporate her newly released book What’s your Everest: How to Succeed in Sports, Career, and…

Meet The Interns: Jordyn King

Jordyn King is a former Division 1 college soccer player who is currently pursuing her master’s in kinesiology with an emphasis in sport and exercise psychology at Northern Illinois University. Jordyn previously attended Eastern Washington University where she received her B.A. in Psychology. She is currently going into the last year of her master’s program…

Meet The Interns: Sarah Lurye

Sarah Lurye is a rising junior at Duke University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Management and Market Science. Sarah has always been passionate about psychology, and she plans on pursuing a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology in graduate school. At home in Chicago, she started fencing at the age of…

Calling all Bobs! Is Pickleball Right for You?

Have you ever considered inventing something? How about a new sport?   That’s exactly what happened in 1965 when 3 friends were stuck with bored children on a school vacation. The fathers took ping pong paddles and a wiffleball and lowered a volleyball net to create a new game, Pickleball.   Pickleball’s odd name comes…