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  • Keeping Your Love Tank Full During the Pandemic November 25, 2020
    Keeping Your Love Tank Full During the Pandemic You may have heard this phrase: “Love is not a guarantee.” The idea is that although you love someone, things may not always work out the way you want. This concept goes hand in hand with the Love Tank Theory, which suggests that our ability to love […]
  • The Joy-Giving Power of Gratitude: How to Be Happy with What You Have November 23, 2020
    Using Gratitude to Be Happy with What You Have Today’s world focuses on hopping from one trend to the next. With technology putting so much at the tips of our fingers, we can forget to pay attention to what is right in front of us. The inability to be grateful for what we have at […]
  • 4 Tips for Creating Connection With Your Teen November 20, 2020
    By Kate Alcamo, Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist Creating Connection with Your Teen Let’s face it: the teenage years are rough. They are fraught with hormones, physical and emotional changes, increased stressors, and so much more. For a lot of families, this time becomes a period of disconnect between parents and teens. And this […]
  • Holiday Family Gatherings During COVID-19 November 18, 2020
    Holiday Family Gatherings During COVID-19  Family gatherings during COVID-19 are going to look different than any other year. Americans are used to gathering around the table throughout the holidays with our entire family and celebrating one another and our traditions. The unfortunate reality of the pandemic means that a wrench has been thrown in these […]
  • Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: Q&A with Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis November 13, 2020
    Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis, psychologist, LMHC, author, and wife of the late Dr. Albert Ellis, explains the relevance of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and how it can positively impact people today. The post Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: Q&A with Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis appeared first on Therapy Blog.
  • The Benefits of Equine-Assisted Therapy November 12, 2020
    The Benefits of Equine-Assisted Therapy Equine-assisted therapy is becoming a recognized method for working with mental and behavioral health clients. Also known as horse therapy, people might be surprised to learn that this method offers evidence-based treatment to help clients suffering from a wide variety of physical, emotional, and psychological issues. What is Equine-Assisted Therapy? […]
  • Breaking Down the Cost and Value of Therapy November 9, 2020
    Breaking Down the Cost and Value of Therapy Some people are surprised when they learn about the cost of therapy. In a world where mental health-related issues are less stigmatized each day, therapy is used by more people than ever before. Mental health services are incredibly important for helping people navigate and learn about their […]
  • Music’s Ability to Reduce Fear and Anxiety November 6, 2020
    By Carey Cloyd, Marriage and Family Therapist Music’s Ability to Reduce Anxiety and Fear Music is a powerful thing. When we are feeling anxious or fearful, music can help bring about a sense of calmness and relaxation. Consider the soothing effects of the music played in a spa or a restorative yoga class. In those environments, peaceful music […]
  • Tips for Pre- and Post-Election Anxiety November 2, 2020
    By Angela Bisignano, PhD Tips for Pre- and Post-Election Anxiety Tension is thick. The election is upon us, and election anxiety has come with it. This article is not about which candidate is the better choice. Nor is it an article on political views about what the outcome means for our country. That is best left […]
  • COVID and the Artist: Dealing with Creative Blocks October 30, 2020
      by Elle Bernfeld, Licensed Clinical Social Worker Creative Blocks and Lack of Motivation During Quarantine You go on Instagram to kill time, and there you see it: another post boasting about a quarantine accomplishment. It could be a before and after photo, a new art piece someone created, a financial goal reached, but regardless, […]