How can couples counseling help you

Having a disagreement with your significant other is common, but if you are always walking on glass around the other person – it could be time to think about couples counseling.  There isn’t any shame in wanting to seek out counseling to improve your relationship, in fact you should feel proud because you care enough...

Skype Therapy Online

Meeting with a mental health professional online 20 years ago was unthinkable, but thanks to modern technology we can now reach out and help those who prefer to do online sessions or be in the comfort of their home with the help of Skype.  The idea is currently more widely available than ever before with...

Reasons why therapy takes time!

Going back to my previous blog post, “What to expect in therapy?” it talks about what you can expect before and during your initial session. Now, I want to further address a common question folks have, which is, “Why can’t my issue be resolved in one session?!”  It would be great if we all had...

What to expect in therapy?

If you have never been in therapy or counseling before you may have a certain image or idea of what it might look like. “Are they going to ask me to lay down on a couch and spill my life story?” “Will he/she tell me I’m crazy and can’t be helped?” What will people think...

Common Misconceptions About Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Common misconceptions about PTSD Post-traumatic stress disorder, commonly known as PTSD, has been surrounded by misinformation.  Popular culture often misrepresents PTSD, and many people do not have a clear picture of what it is and who might develop the condition.  Make sure you check our other blog post An Overview of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for...

Anxiety Skills Group for Women

THURSDAYS 6-7PM   June 29-July 27 cost: $150 for the entire 5 weeks ($30/week) Come learn skills in a small group setting that you can implement into your life right now! Anxiety can show up in response to a number of different factors, some of which may include; trauma, relationships, work, illness or life transitions. This...

An Overview of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

What is PTSD? PTSD stands for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and the condition is caused by changes to the brain’s function and structure as a result of intense stress and trauma. Anyone who sees or experiences a traumatic event can develop PTSD. Intense feelings of helplessness, fear or pain can provide the catalyst for the condition...

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