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Counseling Can Help Alleviate Pandemic Anxiety

June 3, 2020

A pandemic is defined as a disease that is prevalent around the world, meaning that it affects everyone on a global scale. However, a pandemic can affect certain individuals more than others – and not only regarding the risk of…

A Batterer Intervention Program Could Save Your Life

May 27, 2020

Batterer intervention programs (BIPs) are courses attended by batterers. These programs are designed to educate and rehabilitate them by teaching them to react to various situations non-violently. BIPs have been shown to help with domestic violence and other forms of…

Looking For A Therapist In Plantation That Accepts Medicaid?

May 22, 2020

Considering finances when seeking professional help can be a daunting task. Luckily, Medicaid can ease the burden of costs, letting you get the proper mental health care you need at a center that’s ready to work around you to get…

Could Counseling Help My Family?

May 20, 2020

Family counseling is beneficial for so many reasons, but it’s not always easy to take that first step and decide whether you want to seek help or not. If you’re considering family counseling, chances are high that you’re in a…

Options For Recovery: Substance Abuse Treatment

May 15, 2020

An estimated 19.7 million people 12 or older throughout the United States suffer from substance abuse, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). More than 70,200 people died from a drug overdose nationally in 2017 alone….

Counseling Tips For Teens: How To Deal With Bullying In School

May 11, 2020

Bullying is an unwanted aggressive and coercive behavior that can have a traumatic impact on the lives of children. Sadly, we live in a time when bullying is a regular occurrence in schools around the country. Yet instances are often…

Signs You May Need Anger Management

May 7, 2020

Anger manifests in various ways for different people. For some, a heated sensation begins in the stomach. For others, an overwhelming quiet, seething response is the norm. Extreme responses of anger have placed the common emotion in a negative light,…

Get The Stats On Depression

April 30, 2020

Sadness, grief, and sorrow are normal human emotions that we everyone experiences at some point in their life. Usually it takes a few days to work through the feelings before we feel better. Depression (also known as major depressive disorder)…

It’s Going To Be Okay: Seeking Help For Drug Addiction

April 23, 2020

Do you find yourself grappling with a drug addiction? Often, this can result in feelings of guilt and shame which can deeply affect self-confidence and relationships. This can make it really difficult to come forward for help getting back on…

The Benefits Of Group Counseling

April 20, 2020

Joining group counseling can seem overwhelming, whether the anxiousness comes from a fear of sharing or speaking in public, how a group may perceive you, or worrying about saying something people may consider foolish. While this may be the case,…