Sense of Belonging

Monica Varo Mental Health

Are we taught to pretend we are okay when we are not? Babies for example, cry all the time and express when they are not well. As we get older, we are conditioned not to say anything and pretend that we are okay, and to be strong even if that is not what is best for us in that moment. …

How are you? I am fine…

Monica Varo Mental Health

How often do you walk past people or see people and ask how are you? How often do you hear the response, “I am fine.” Now think about yourself and ask yourself, how often has someone asked you how you are, said you were fine, but really you weren’t fine? We pretend we are okay, when really we are breaking …

fear of achieving your dreams

Fear of achieving your dreams

Monica Varo Blog

Fountain Therapy is my dream and to make it happen, I have brought together a team of people who all have something very unique to offer. My dream is to have a practice where people can always have help and support each other. I want to give our clients options. The option to choose who they want to see. Here …

choosing a therapist

Why Choose Me (aka Monica) as your Therapist

Monica Varo Blog

Choosing a  Therapist I believe that whenever you ask for help from someone and you click with them and feel comfortable, then you have found the right therapist. When selecting myself or any therapist, you want to feel that they really see you and hear you from deep within. When you feel that connection is there, then you have found …

Why Choose Therapy

Why Choose Therapy

Monica Varo Blog

Why Should you Choose Therapy? A choice to go to therapy is never taken lightly and generally comes after a great deal of thought. Sometimes you may even ask yourself whether therapy will even work or how to find the right therapist. What do you even say the first time you go to therapy? Sometimes it can even be intimidating …

Why is it important to be honest

Why Be Honest?

Monica Varo Inspirational quotes about life and happiness

As children, we were always taught to speak our minds and say what we feel. In fact, children are known to be quite blunt and they speak without a filter. Yet, somehow as we grow up, we begin to censor what we say. As adults, society asks us to stay strong and to watch out for other people’s emotions. Often …