I’ve been thinking about taking a vitamin D supplement. I’m not much for taking pills and supplements. I don’t even take a multivitamin and rarely take pain killers like Tylenol or Advil. Generally, I just think one should eat a relatively healthy diet and get good, moderate exercise and good sleep. However, if you’re like me and experience some seasonal depression, maybe a vitamin D supplement is in order.
Sarah Glidden, MA, LPC-Intern is a therapist in Portland, Oregon. She earned a Master’s degree in Applied Psychological Science from Pacific University and also holds a valid Massage Therapy license in Oregon. Sarah completed a year of clinical training at William Temple House and now practices concurrently at Live True Counseling and Portland Anxiety Clinic. Sarah works from a Humanistic perspective and incorporates exposure therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) into her approach, as well as various creative therapies. In her free time, Sarah enjoys participating in improv and stage theater, dance, and writing.