5 Tips for Effective Family Communication
Families are like puzzle pieces. Each piece may look a little different. They may be different sizes, shapes, or patterns, but each piece fits perfectly together to form a larger picture.
Self-Care While Grieving
Most things in life come with rules, regulations, or a right and wrong way of doing things. You have to be at least 16 years old before you can drive. You must be 18 years old to vote. And you have to be 21 years old before you can have your first drink.
4 Surprising Causes of Depression
For years, people believed a chemical imbalance in the brain caused depression. Although this may be true for some individuals, this isn't always true for everyone. Some of the most common causes of depression are stressful life events, family history, illness, substance use, and abuse.
Where do Anxiety Attacks Come From?
Anxiety attacks typically occur as a response mechanism to a certain stressful situation. Anxiety attacks are often confused with panic attacks. While anxiety attacks tend to build more gradually, panic attacks happen a little more unexpectedly and quickly.
What is the Gottman Method?
Now that you've decided to attend couples therapy, you're probably wondering where to start. The therapy world is filled with different practices, approaches, therapists, and more. While we won't be able to dive into every single one of them in this one post, we can start somewhere.
Why Conflict Can Be Healthy for Your Relationship, & How to Engage in it Successfully
When you fight with your partner, it's hard not to be upset. You don't enjoy fighting with them. And sometimes the fights leave you feeling like you're not good for one another.
6 Tips to Help Your Child With Anxiety
So, your child has anxiety. You never thought you'd be a parent with a child who has anxiety. As a parent, you've always wanted what's best for them. You wanted to do anything and everything you could in order to protect them.
Trauma-Informed Care-What it is & How it’s Helpful
When it comes to trauma, it can be easy for a patient to feel like they're being re-traumatized. This is especially true regarding emotional, physical, or sexual trauma victims.
4 Different Treatment Options for Teen Depression
As a parent, you expected your teen to go through changes. What you didn't expect was for your child to be dealing with signs and symptoms of depression on top of everything else they're already dealing with.
5 Tools to Heal from Infidelity
You were caught completely off guard. How could you have seen this coming? How didn't you see this coming? You were so happy... or so you thought.
Kids And Anxiety: Knowing When You Need to Seek Help
As a parent, all you want is for your child to be healthy and happy. It physically pains you to see them sad, hurt, or angry.
How Long Does EMDR Take to Start Working?
Whether you've tried traditional talk therapy or not, you may be wondering how long it will take to get over your trauma. Unfortunately, there isn't a one size fits all approach when it comes to therapy. Each individual has a unique experience and response to different types of therapy depending on their own trauma.
5 Ways CBT Helps Anxiety
Some days, anxiety seems inescapable. Somehow, it attached itself to you, and you can't seem to shake it. There are rough days and good days, but when anxiety hits, it hits hard.
A Parent’s Guide to Teen Anxiety Disorders
You've noticed your child is struggling more than normal, but you're not sure what happened. And let's be honest; they're not really at that stage in their life where talking to their parents is "cool."
5 Tips to Reopen the Communication Lines
When you first started dating, your conversations were filled with a ton of different questions. You were getting to know one another, sharing your interests, likes, dislikes, passions, hobbies, and more. Your conversations eventually grew to discuss your goals, visions, views, and more.