Brynn Cicippio shares her experience on sobriety and the influence of alcohol on our current culture.Learn More
Thank you to the Best of the Main Line for putting together a fantastic event. Here is a glimpse of all the memories shared at the Best of the Main Line yesterday. We could not wait to share all these great photos with you. We are beyond humbled, proud and grateful.
This could not have been done without our amazing therapists. Loving my team and the care and the empathy and excellence they pour into every client in our practice, and the care and consideration extended to the families, and loved ones of our clients. Because as we all know, no matter who shows up to the therapy room, we care for the entire family system.
We love you all. Here are the memories made at the Best of the Main Line:Learn More
BCA Founder Brynn Cicippio shares specific coping skills to support your mental and emotional health.Learn More
Click the link to listen to Her Story with Kathy Romano with Brynn Cicippio, owner of BCA Therapy talks about therapy and the holidays.Learn More
How others show up in our relationships is not under our control.
We have no control over others behavior, even those we love and care for. We can’t make people be nicer to us, kinder to us, care for us, or love us in the way we envision. What we can do is take care of ourselves, be clear with our needs, and then choose what relationships are healthy for us to maintain and what ones we need to let go.
Be aware of the consequences alcohol has on your fitness as alcohol use decreases overall fitness and hampers an individual’s ability to achieve their fitness goals.
The effects alcohol has on your overall fitness include weight gain, fatigue, dehydration, negative effects on your sleep, negative effects on your muscle growth, and it slows down your metabolism.
Advice: Don’t drink if you want to increase your overall fitness!Learn More
BCA Therapy is happy to introduce Samantha Palmisano to our team! Samantha brings a new specialty to our practice, supporting individuals and families within the queer community. Her secondary speciality is supporting neurodivergent individuals and families.
While BCA Therapy has always been a safe and affirming group, we are excited to have Samantha’s experience and specialization to further enhance our inclusivity and support of all those seeking therapy.
To visit Samantha Palmisano’s profile on our website click here.
To request an appointment, click here.Learn More
Somatic Therapy is a holistic form of therapy that is grounded in the relationship between mind and body. It can help patients who suffer from a range of ailments which include trauma and PTSD, stress, anxiety, depression, grief, addiction, and sexual frustration.
Somatic therapy combines mindfulness, talk therapy, and what can be considered alternatives of physical therapy. Therapists will help you focus on your body and revive memories or traumatic experiences and pay attention to any physical responses you have once the emotion is experienced or the memory is recovered.
Sara Witkowski, MA, RYT brings in a unique focus to BCA Therapy with that of Somatic Therapy. By bridging the mind and body together. Sara invites connection and transformation for all clients, leading to sustainable healing and change. Sara supports children, teens, and adults.
Addiction can affect your life in many ways which can be more than just substance abuse. It can be caused by alcohol, drugs, tobacco, gambling and more. Long-term addiction can lead to death, mental health issues, cancer, diseases, losing your job, losing friendships and loved ones.
It is important to have something you can look at that will help you know that you are not alone, and you can recover from your addiction. This can be done by knowing the 7 C’s of Addiction.
The 7 C’s of Addiction can help you or others suffering from addiction:
- I didn’t CAUSE it.
- I can’t CONTROL it.
- I can’t CURE it.
- But I can help take CARE of myself.
- By COMMUNICATING my feelings.
- Making healthy CHOICES.
- And CELEBRATING me.
Let us know if the 7 C’s worked for you! Let’s DO THE WORK and celebrate the recovery!