Some people have aversions to one or more types of normally accepted touch. If you find your aversion to touch interferes with your personal life, relationships, happiness, it’s not too late to seek answers.
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.
I’ve changed my mind about online therapy.
For some adults and adolescents, picture books can offer a non-threatening way to explore their feelings and emotions.
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?
What therapists can learn from a client with schizophrenia, one who is in denial.
You should leave most therapy sessions feeling they ended on a positive note. But what if you don’t?
Does therapy (or your therapist) make you feel uncomfortable? Can your therapist help?
The self-help jungle is filled with dangers. Sure, the rare orchid may be found, but caution is necessary.
Miriam Manela, OTR/L tells how psychotherapy and occupational therapy can work together to help children and teens with depression and anxiety.