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Grief Counseling: Living with Loss

Friday, 01 September 2017 by
grief counseling

Grief is a part of being human that is an inherently vulnerable experience, and loss is an inevitable part of being alive, no matter the season. The ability and willingness to open ourselves to grief, as ironic as it might seem, is essential to living a full, enriched, meaningful life. The deeper and fuller we

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Fun fact: anxiety is normal experience.  We are hard wired to experience anxiety. It serves a purpose for us. It is responsible for keeping our senses, brain, and body alert and prepared for any possible threats. Our senses take in over three trillion bits of information in any given second. Subconsciously, a consistent and erratic

parenting counseling

One of the toughest things to do as a parent is to adjust to each new stage that your kid enters into. Not only are these new developmental milestones and life transitions challenging to manage as a parent, but it’s also important to grieve the loss of your little one, if that’s what you’re feeling.

How do I know if I need therapy?

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 by
how do i know if i need therapy

How do I know if I need therapy? This is an excellent question that often gets overlooked by mental health providers. We tend to take for granted that people will “just know” if they need therapy or not, but there is a whole process of decision making for people that rarely involves the clinician. Therapy

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how parents can empower teens to seek counseling

Suicide rates among teens are on the rise. Per MLive, 2015 saw the highest rate of suicide among teenage girls in 40 years, while the rate among boys has increased 31 percent since 2007, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency reported the rate of girls dying by suicide between 2007 and 2015 more

depression in teens and why counseling helps

Teenage years are hard, and parents and teens alike can have difficulty in telling the difference between the normal ups and downs of emotion during this time versus more chronic mental health issues.  Teenage depression is chronic, and challenging.  Parents and teens must be on a level where they can have open dialogue in order

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