by YouTube | Jun 11, 2019 | Counseling, Counseling Today, Online Exclusives, Psychology and Therapy News, Therapy
Therapy is what counselor practitioners do – but it means something different to each professional. It’s a place for the client to heal, grow, be vulnerable, set goals, get to know themselves and many, many more things.
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by YouTube | Apr 7, 2019 | Counseling, Mindfulness, Pets. Animals, Psychology and Therapy News, Self-Insight
Our Pets – Ourselves By: Alexandra DeWoskin, LCSW If you’ve ever owned a pet, you already know how much fun and affection they can bring. It’s well known that pets come with some pretty powerful mental […]
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by YouTube | Mar 5, 2019 | Anger, Anger Management, Counseling, Psychology and Therapy News
Anger – a Closer Look By: Jennifer Lawal, LPC, NCC Ask yourself, when was the last time I got angry? Or what makes me angry? We all get angry from time to time and living […]
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by YouTube | Jan 26, 2019 | Anxiety, Counseling, Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy, Psychology and Therapy News, Wellness
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Chicago Looking for hypnotherapy in the Chicago Lakeview area? Hoping to find hypnosis in the city’s downtown area, by the Loop? Need the nearest hypnotherapist in Lincoln Park? If the answer is […]
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by YouTube | Jan 2, 2019 | Addiction, Counseling, Psychology and Therapy News
Are you exercising too much? By: John Linger, LCSW What’s the saying? “You can never have too much of a good thing?” Well, I don’t think I have to say much to convince you that […]
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by YouTube | Dec 10, 2018 | Counseling, Counseling Today, healthcare, Online Exclusives, Psychology and Therapy News
Mental health care availability and access vary tremendously depending on where you live in the United States. In Massachusetts, for example, there is one mental health care provider for every 180 residents. That ratio is far different in Texas and Alabama, however, where there are more than 1,000 residents for every one provider. Mental Health…continue reading
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