The Benefits of Longer Term Therapy

Posted By: on August 31, 2016
 Many people will seek professional counseling or go to therapy at some point in their lives. It’s beneficial for many areas of life, or before and after big life changes. People talk with professionals about marriage, divorce, a new baby, losing a friend or family or being unemployed. Talking with an unbiased professional who can offer practical advice and coping mechanisms is extremely beneficial during a difficult time. However, most people who get professional help only do so for a short

What to Do When You Have a Panic Attack

Posted By: on August 18, 2016
 For someone who has never experienced it, a panic attack is downright terrifying. Many people think they’re having a heart attack or dying. Even for those who have experienced them before, the symptoms of a panic attack can make you even more anxious. Your heart races and pounds in your chest. You feel warm and sweaty, no matter how cold it is. You may feel lightheaded, nauseous and short of breath. Your body is responding as if you are terribly afraid, even if there’s nothing to be scared

Dealing with ADHD

Posted By: on August 04, 2016
ADHD, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, is a psychiatric neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by trouble focusing or paying attention, difficulty controlling impulsive behaviors and excessive activity.ADHD is usually diagnosed in childhood. It sometimes carries into adulthood, but many symptoms may disappear or lessen over time. While all children are overly hyperactive and have trouble focusing from time to time, those with ADHD exhibit these behaviors consistently over a long p

What Therapists Know That You Should Too

Posted By: on June 23, 2016
Have you ever consulted a therapist who did not seem to be particularly interested in your concerns ? There is actually a reason for why that is the case! If you really needed advice, you would naturally be consulting a different person. Your instinct to consult a therapist stems from the fact that you were searching for empathy, support, and active listening. Instead of trying to solve your problem with advice, therapists are trying to listen to your qualms and guide you to a decision. Here are