Common Mental Health Topics
Whenever rage becomes a problem in the family, contacting a mental health organization, counseling or general Practitioner to see if there is any help available locally. There could be a local therapist in the area who could help people suffering with emotional problems. Read more
Depression is the most common mental health problem in the United states. It affects 17 million each year of all ages, groups, races, and background. Depression is a serious illness and everyone need to have some understanding of it whether you’re suffering from depression, Read more
How Do You Know You Need Therapy?
No, not everyone needs therapy and you do not need therapy for every situation. Before you decide whether you need therapy or not, consider the following: First, bad things happen to everyone – death of someone you love, divorce, debt, break-ups, abuse, transitions, Read more
How To Know When a Child Needs Therapy?
When your child struggles for a period of time, has difficulty in school, seems different at home than at school, or acts inconsistently with their personality, therapy designed specifically for children can help them overcome these challenges. Read more
How Narcissists Got That Way
Dealing with narcissists is no easy task. They are arrogant, entitled, exploitative, self-absorbed, and forceful. But at the same time, they are also charming, persuasive, and attractive—making it difficult to navigate their treacherous webs. How do narcissists get this way? Read more
Are you someone who tends to overthink things? What exactly is overthinking anyway? According to the psychologists, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D. and Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Ph.D., who have done extensive research in this area, overthinking is “thinking too much, Read more
Parenting counseling is a type of service that aims to provide the necessary knowledge, tools, guidance, and most especially support to parents without bias or judgment. This way, they become more fully equipped to take care of their children.