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5 Ways to Find a Child Therapist Near You

If you’re looking for a therapist for your child, you might be wondering where to start. There are so many options out there when you search for therapy, but it can still be tricky to find a child therapist near you who is a good fit or who has a specialty that will help. In […]

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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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5 Ways Movement Can Help with Grief

There isn’t just one way to approach the grieving process. Everyone experiences grief differently, so everyone copes with grief differently, and that’s okay. It can make it a little harder to figure out how to care for yourself when you’re grieving, but it also means that there are a lot of options out there for […]

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4 Ways to Deal with Caregiver Burnout

Caregiving is hard work. Taking care of someone else, whether it’s a child, a sick friend, or an older relative, Burnout is something that many of us are all too familiar with these days, as we approach the two year mark of the pandemic. Many of us have been through a lot in the past […]

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5 Ways to Cope with the Grief of a Broken Heart

If you’ve ever had your heart broken, you know that it’s extremely painful. It’s a pain that many of us have experienced, often more than once, and it’s always hard. It may feel like heartbreak never gets easier no matter how many times you experience it. Grief of any kind is hard to cope with, […]

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5 Ways to Deal With the Grief of New Beginnings

Have you ever felt sad about the idea of a fresh start? Although a new beginning can be an exciting time, starting something new can also bring up complicated emotions, like grief. A fresh start can happen at any time, but it’s something that comes up often at the end of the year as people […]

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Coping with the Stress of the Holiday Season

Despite the relentless messaging all around us toward the end of every year, the winter holiday season is often not the most wonderful time of the year for many people.  Of course, any time there are high expectations on a one certain time of year or event, it can cause distress. There is so much […]

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