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Exercise: Life Doesn’t Just Happen — You’re In Control

Do you feel that life is passing you by? Do you feel that you are only a bystander, while life makes choices for you? If so, you're not alone. Many people feel that life is happening to them, they are not making life happen. Unfortunately this is a common feeling many people experience. A friend of mine told me once that she felt like she was on an amusement park ride, and she had to [...]

5 Ways To Help: When The Holidays Are Hard

Oh the Holiday Season! It's the time of year that children get excited for Santa, and Christmas music and decorations are both on at full blast. Traditions are made and kept. Silly games are played and ugly sweaters are worn. But for many this Christmas season is not the most wonderful time of the year. The season will not be happy or joyous. Many are struggling with being apart from families, financial hardships, job loss, [...]

The Basics Of Insurance In Mental Health

In this day and age, when someone is on the hunt for a therapist to help with their mental health/emotional issues, they are looking for someone who takes insurance in order to reduce out of pocket expenses. We want to take this opportunity to explain the basics of insurance. We are not experts and we encourage you to contact your insurance representative with questions or concerns. Commercial vs. Medicare or Medicaid Most people have insurance through [...]

How Therapy Can Help In These Tumultuous Times

During this uncertain time of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all confronted with the unknown and are reacting in a variety of ways. These reactions can range from minimal concern to full blown panic. Somewhere in between, we might find ourselves feeling a mixture of frustration, fear, anxiety, isolation, and helplessness. We are all looking for someone to trust to tell us what to do and how to do it. The Effects of Social Distancing [...]

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