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Even though therapy is becoming less stigmatized recently, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to search for one and put yourself out there. Many times we have questions like: “How do I know I can trust this person?” “Is this worth my time and money?” “How will I keep up with payments when I’m worried about […]

First Session Jitters: How to overcome any fears about your first therapy session



If the thought of seeing a therapist is intimidating or unpleasant, there’s a good chance themedia has influenced you. When you picture a therapist in movies or TV, you may think of anolder man wearing a sweater vest with his glasses resting halfway down his nose. Fictionalizedtherapists often embody these stereotypes in the name of […]

Therapy in the Media: Fact or Fiction



More than ever, teen girls are feeling depressed and hopeless, and the statistics are shocking. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s most recent report, 1 in 4 girls reported having made a suicide plan in 2021. In addition, the most recent information shows that teen girls’ sadness is double what it is […]

Teen Girls are Experiencing a Mental Health Pandemic: How Parents Can Help


Adolescent Mental Health

Guilt. We often carry it so closely we hardly recognize its part in our lives anymore. Now, don’t get me wrong here. Guilt (like all emotions) can be a signal to take a closer look. And if we take that closer look and recognize we’ve done something wrong, whether hurting someone else or ourselves, taking […]

4 Ways to Counteract Unnecessary Guilt in Your Life



Communication is the number one issue couples go to therapy for and one of the main things I work on with my clients in session. But it makes sense. Our emotions get heightened when communication gets tough and even more so if a resolution isn’t reached. We can feel misunderstood, invalidated, threatened, or offended when […]

Assertive Communication: How to Get What You Want, With Skill



We’ve all seen information on social media about abuse from narcissists. Confused about what a narcissist is? That makes total sense. The term “narcissist” is often thrown around to describe anyone who is self-absorbed. However, the term is often misused, and therefore narcissism is misunderstood. So, What is Narcissism? The word narcissism originated from the […]

Narcissism: Not Just the Tony Sopranos of the World


Personality Disorders

The college application process can be an incredibly stressful time for teens, and in many cases, for the whole family, as stress and tension from academic pressures spill over into the family sphere. From choosing where to apply, preparing for and taking the required standardized tests, maintaining a GPA, completing college and financial aid applications […]

How to Support Your Child’s Mental Health During the College Admissions Process


Adolescent Mental Health

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