Online Counseling

Online Counseling- How to make it work for you

Many people are seeking counseling to address the heightened stress and anxiety they are experiencing during the Covid19 Pandemic. As it remains unclear when it would be safe for most to start seeing a clinician in person, Tele Health has become a valuable tool for counseling. Tele-Therapy, or Online Counseling isn’t a new concept, many […]

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Thought Challenging, and how it works on Anxiety

Anxiety | Self Improvement

Thought challenging is a process in which you challenge the negative thoughts that often lead to anxiety or depression. With strong motivation, discipline and the right support from a licensed professional, negative thought pattern recognition can be re-structured and replaced with positive thought patterns. This involves three steps: (Identify, Challenge & Replace) 1. Identify negative […]

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Eliminate Negativity

Ideas To Eliminate Negativity In Your Life

Relationships | Self Improvement

It’s common to fall into a funk or to even start feeling depressed, especially as the holiday season approaches. Just thinking about it is enough to send some people into a tailspin! In our practice we spend time with clients talking about how to eliminate things that create a sense of negativity in their lives. […]

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Teenage Anxiety- Symptoms and Solutions

Anxiety | Parenting

Whether they deserve it or not, teenagers have a reputation for being moody, belligerent and oftentimes downright difficult. These same behaviors can also be signs your teenager may be struggling with anxiety. According to the National institute on Mental Health (NIMH) the average age of onset for anxiety is 11 years old, or around 5th […]

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Teenage Suicide: Facts, Signs & Taking Action

Anxiety | Mental Health | Parenting

What are the facts regarding teenage suicide? • More teenagers and young adults die from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke, pneumonia, influenza, and chronic lung disease. • About 2/3 of people who complete suicide are depressed at the time of their deaths. • Depression that is untreated, undiagnosed, or ineffectively […]

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