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How To Ask Your Parents For Therapy

Making the choice to start therapy is a huge one. It’s an incredibly courageous thing to prioritize your mental health at such a young age. The skills you learn in therapy can be a foundation for you as you grow and settle into your adult life. Sometimes, making the decision to go to therapy isn’t […]

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What is the Grief Recovery Method®?

Did you know that a lot of the common understanding about grief recovery is actually incorrect? We hear a lot as a culture about the five stages of “grief”, but even these are typically misunderstood. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross developed the 5 stages we commonly attribute to grief to understand the experiences that dying folks go through […]

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Can EMDR Help Treat PTSD?

Even when it seems like the opposite is true, as humans we are resilient and have remarkable abilities to heal. This is true of our bodies and our brains as well. Trauma is something that everyone has experience with, whether big or small. Everyone’s experience with trauma is different, and so not everyone will recover […]

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15 Signs Your Child Needs Therapy

As a parent, it’s natural that you want the best for your child. Sometimes, children don’t have the language to let us know that something is wrong or that they need to talk to someone. That’s why it can be helpful to know common signs that children show when they may need to see a […]

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Understanding and Preventing Teen Suicide

No one ever wants to think about suicide. For many of us, losing a loved one to suicide is one of the worst things we can possibly imagine. Suicide rates have been going up in recent years, especially among teens. Living through a pandemic has been tough on everyone, but teens and younger folks have […]

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