The Importance of Patience & Self-Forgiveness During the Holiday Season to Counteract Anxiety
As the holidays season approaches, therapists and clients alike mentally prepare for a change in the direction their therapy sessions might take. During this session,
Telemedicine -Counseling from your couch
Telemedicine has been around for a while. Breaking barriers for those who did not have a facility close enough or could not physically go to
How to Control Your Body During Times of Stress
Stress and Anxiety are the same phenomena, except that Anxiety feels more psychological while Stress feels more physiological. The term “Anxiety”, originally coined by Freud
THA Therapy Communication
The ability to completely and safely express oneself in a relationship is critical for our wellness. Those in a relationship where they feel heard and
Underpinnings Of Mental Health
Taking care of your emotions means trying to address the following (hopefully daily): 1. Sleep and rest Everyone’s needs are different but attempting to get
Keeping Boredom From Becoming Depression
You have the power to take charge of the monotony of having to stay home. The underpinnings of fending off depression (even if you have
Get Outside If You Can To Lift Your Spirits And/or Bring You Some Calmness.
Staying home doesn’t have to mean staying inside your home or apartment. It means, as we’re constantly reminded, not to be closer than 6 feet
Don’t Wait Until Emotions Seem Out-of-control
Feel them coming on and do something about it: 1. Take a few deep breaths. 2. Lie down and rest. 3. Take a hot bath.
Thoughts And Hopes For This Moment In Time
Everything is at a standstill but we are still moving forward in time. Make every day count even though it’s nothing as usual and nothing
A Mentally Healthy Thanksgiving
What does the above title mean? What does one thing have to do with the other? Well, here are a few Mentally Unhealthy Thanksgiving situations:
Go ahead and put off the work (schoolwork? housework?) that you haven’t done. Put off making those phone calls or other obligations. But, try your
May Is Mental Health Month – A Suggestion For Your Mental Health
As a therapist I’ve found that using assertive techniques make clients more mentally healthy. Being assertive does not mean being aggressive. It means speaking in
Our blogs cover a wide variety of subjects dealing with mental health and other personal and relationship-based topics. Here is a list of the topics:
Self-Help Suggestions for Anxiety and Depression
When a Relationship Ends
The Aunt Nellie Syndrome
Can Patience be Learned?
Living Happily Ever After
Getting Married? Know Someone Who is?
“It’s Not What You Say But How You Say It”
Handbook for Bosses
Having an Affair with an Attached Man?
Who Are Those “Crazy” People Who Go For Psychotherapy And Do They Get Better?
What You Can Expect From Mental Health Counseling
Why Are Many Parents Overly Critical?
How Can Parents Deal With Adolescents?
You Don’t Have To Have Those Bad Feelings
Men: Are You an Emotional Coward? Women: Do You Talk About Feelings Ad Nauseam?
For Stress-Relief A Physical Fitness Program Alone is Insufficient
Older Americans: After You Get Your Prescription Drug Plan In Place Then What?
When There Are 33 Flavors of Ice Cream (Many Different Choices) Why Should You Need Others’ Approval For Your Choices?