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Setting Reasonable Resolutions

It's the end of the year, everyone is looking forward to the New Year and getting a redo. If you're like most, you've probably got some resolutions for 2019. Losing weight, making more money, getting organized - those are the top resolutions, and while not unattainable, most will forget about actively working on them after

Setting Reasonable Resolutions2018-11-28T12:27:29-08:00

It’s Okay to Fail

We've all failed at one time or another. In all my years as a therapist, I've seen a lot of failure. In fact, most couples and individuals who seek counseling from me in San Francisco are here because they have failed at something. A failed marriage, lost job, broken relationship - people don't seek a

It’s Okay to Fail2018-07-25T12:31:47-07:00

Tips for Setting Goals and Reaching Them

Does anyone set goals anymore? In this age of immediate gratification, over extended credit and the internet that provides just about anything you need day or night, is there even a reason to set goals? Of course there is. We need goals so we can achieve great things, so we can become masters at that

Tips for Setting Goals and Reaching Them2018-07-25T12:04:17-07:00

Find your Passion

It's grad season and that means more people are entering the workforce for decades to come. Thankfully, the economy is doing well so finding a job in your chosen career is easier than it has been in a generation. That's fantastic news! When there are more jobs than applicants you have more choice and more

Find your Passion2018-06-25T12:36:10-07:00

Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

How are those New Year's Resolutions going for you? If you're like most people you've already quit your attempt to lose weight, get your finances in order and find the love of your life. If you're like most people you've given up on any lasting change and fallen back into the habits that have gotten

Keeping New Year’s Resolutions2017-12-28T13:20:07-08:00

Walking as Therapy

As a San Francisco therapist I've heard it all. There is a therapy for everyone or thing. From astrological therapy to psychic therapy - there are some interesting remedies out there. While I prefer to stay a little more grounded one form of therapy I love is walking. Walking as therapy not only keeps your

Walking as Therapy2017-05-23T12:39:26-07:00

Manifesting Change

Last week we talked about managing change, this week we'll discuss manifesting change. One is coping with change that has been forced on you, while the other is bringing change to pass. Change is scary, and yet many of us want to change at least one or two things in our lives. We don't like

Manifesting Change2017-03-29T10:13:20-07:00

Set Some Spring Resolutions!

Now is the time to set some Spring Resolutions! If you're like most Americans, you stopped any New Year's Resolutions about a week into the new year. Spring is a great time for new beginnings. You see it all around you - flowers, trees, creatures -  everything is budding with new life. Spring is a

Set Some Spring Resolutions!2017-03-29T08:48:54-07:00

Setting Realistic Goals

It's that time of year again when we start thinking about setting realistic goals. As the new year approaches it's only natural that we look ahead and start thinking about the resolutions we'd like to set for 2017. Of course, looking forward is usually preceded by looking back. Most people don't achieve the goals they

Setting Realistic Goals2016-11-29T10:48:53-08:00

About Janna

Dr. Janna Fond, PsyD, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach with over 20 years of experience working with adults. Currently, she has a private practice in San Mateo, California where she helps individuals and couples.

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