1. When Your Marriage is Going Through Tough Times

    Marriage is not a walk in the park. A more accurate depiction would be a climb on a steep mountain face. It’s strenuous, it can be tiring, and sometimes it feels like you don’t have the strength to keep climbing. But if you do, and you remember why you started the climb in the first place, you’ll achieve the most spectacular views and be so relieved that you stayed with it. When your marriag…Read More

  2. Confronting Your Anger

    It is completely normal and healthy to experience anger throughout your life. Whether it is directed at the bumper-to-bumper traffic on your way to work, or at your pet for relieving itself on the carpet, it happens. We have all experienced it, whether it be a small frustration or full on fury, and we will all experience it again. However, when you lose control to anger and it takes the reigns of …Read More

  3. Treating Your Depression

    Life is full of ups and downs, and there is no way to predict what tomorrow may hold. One day the sun is shining, and the next is cast in a gloomy grey. Depression can hit unexpectedly, whether you know the root cause or not, and leave you feeling like you’re swimming upstream, alone and afraid. When experiencing this feeling of desolation, every part of your daily routine is affected. Your favo…Read More

  4. Managing Emotions During The Holidays

    The holidays are always advertised as the happiest time of the year, but this isn’t the case for everyone. The amount of activities, celebrations and overall energy of this time of the year is something that can bring up a lot of raw emotions, both good and bad, that can overwhelm an individual. At the office of Wendy Iglehart, we help quite a few people through the difficult times that they fac…Read More

  5. Celebrating Suicide Prevention

    The rates of suicide deaths have raised over the last ten years, immensely. This is an area that we are never excited to see growth in, and as a counselor, one that we do our absolute best to minimize. The month of September celebrates two mental health holidays that support the battle against depression. During the month, you will notice that there is both a Suicide Prevention Week as well as a S…Read More

  6. Childhood Depression

    Most of us like to think back on when we were kids and lament of how easy it was, the freedom of being young and the lack of real responsibilities. The truth of the matter is that young people suffer from depression and it is a condition that is absolutely treatable. Identifying depression in children can sometimes be difficult as the actual issue may manifest itself in a different way, such as an…Read More

  7. Casualties of War

    In the field of mental health it is easy to forget that some issues are completely hidden. There are thousands who suffer in silence without ever getting the help that they need, this is particularly true of our veterans. The unique trauma that is caused during war is measured years after the soldier's return. It is not uncommon for a relative of a World War II veteran to say that the war was not …Read More

  8. New Kid on the Block

    When I was in 4th grade, my parents transferred me mid-year into a new school.  The principal escorted us to the classroom.  I wore a fresh navy checkered-jumper uniform with a white blouse and navy tights with black loafers.  I felt terrified and awkward meeting students who already had established friendships.  Plus, I looked like something from a horror film with a brown grotesque scab on t…Read More

  9. Welcome!

    Welcome to Wendy Iglehart Psychotherapy! Thank you for visiting! Please take a moment to look through the services we offer. It is my mission to assist in your mental health needs. We all need someone to talk to at different points in our lives. We want to supply a safe, caring and non-judgemental environment in order to enhance your emotional wellbeing. At Wendy Iglehart Psychotherapy we believe …Read More