When should you consider therapy? There is no one right answer, but if you have frequent and/or ongoing instances of the following, you should get an evaluation from a skilled psychotherapist.
Not run-of-the-mill, these blogs have unique viewpoints on emotional health, relationships, and more.
For several years I’ve been working with an extremely effective method of helping those in recovery from addiction reduce anxiety—music and sound therapy.
A new study suggests that e-cigarettes might possibly lead to harder drug use.
People of faith tend to have better therapy outcomes than people who don’t. What should you do if your religion is important in your life and you are in therapy?
There is a point of deep, true goodness inside you that can be nurtured and grown. If we hang onto the good in ourselves and look for the good in others, we can begin to repair the hurt in our lives.
Often I hear of people who enter treatment with deep questions about the meaning of their own life and life in general, and then come to belief in God.
Beer, wine or mixed drinks–they all can neutralize the positive effects of your anti-depressant or anti-anxiety medication.
To me, it’s important to be thankful and remember where I came from.
People with the borderline trait of emotional instability feel like they’re at the mercy of their emotions. Debbie Corso of DBT Path shares some skills readers can learn to cope with emotions in a healthier way.