Psychotherapy

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Dating After a Breakup

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Dating After a Breakup

Breakups and divorces can be difficult. Sometimes you try to put up a brave front, while inside you are a bundle of emotions, anxieties, loneliness, even mental instability. In the post-breakup stage, it is easy to still feel lonely when you're surrounded by people since the person you've spent a lot of time with isn't there with you. You may feel like there's nothing anyone or anything can do to “fix” this feeling. The truth is, this is part of the journey and there's no getting over it, only through. The feeling is difficult but it is temporary. We have a few ways for you to get through in the healthiest and easiest way possible. Don't Jump Right Back In The lonely feeling that accom

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How to Know if Your Child Has ADHD

Although frequently misunderstood, misrepresented, and misdiagnosed, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a legitimate mental health concern for millions of children across the country.

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TIPP: A Beginner’s Guide to Distress Tolerance

If you have ever struggled with intense anxiety, you know what it feels like to experience a panic attack. Don’t let a time of emotional intensity trip you up along your path to health and wholeness.

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How to Interview Your Potential Therapist: 5 Questions to Consider

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Types of Psychotherapy and How They Help Manage Depression

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August 9, 2019

Types of Psychotherapy and How They Help Manage Depression

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Psychotherapy, also referred to as “talk therapy,” often helps people cope with grief, sadness, and various complex emotions. It may be completed on its own or in conjunction with medications or other therapies. Additionally, psychotherapy may be used to treat depression and other mental health disorders.

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