Mental Health

How to Avoid Burnout as a Therapist

  Friday, July 2, 2021

You have the exact same day planned. You have your luke-warm at best office coffee stirring within in the communal office space. As you reach for the refrigerator door, with a small glimmer of hope to enjoy your yogurt, it is shot as you discover someone from your group practice has eaten it.

Starting a Christian Counseling Practice Made Easy

  Saturday, June 19, 2021

Starting your own Christian counseling practice may seem daunting. There are so many things to consider like what type of credentials you need, what services you want to provide, where you will practice, and not to mention all the logistics of starting your own business. However, starting your own Christian counseling practice can be a rewarding and exciting endeavor. This guide will help walk you through some of the decisions you will need to make as well as some of the practical steps nee...

Sociopath Test: Am I Living With One?

  Friday, April 30, 2021
  Featured   Mental Health  

Imagine the remorseless serial killer from our collective nightmares. He hurts and takes from people without a second thought, seeing them as objects rather than as fellow human beings that deserve the same respect he has for himself. He can be a charming liar—easily evading investigation and throwing suspicion on other people when it suits him, not caring if it means that more innocent people get hurt. He won’t stop rampaging through society until he gets caught or killed, and by the time ...

How Do I Know If I’m An Empath?

  Thursday, April 22, 2021

Empathy is a double-edged sword. The ability to understand another person’s thoughts and feel their feelings makes for an extraordinarily loving friend, family member, coworker, boss, or partner. One of the most basic human desires is the wish to be understood by others. So when we come across true empaths, we rejoice! Finally—someone who sees who we are, what we’re going through, and feels it on a deep level. We feel seen and loved.

Dumping a Therapist: The Ultimate Guide to Finding a Good Therapist

  Wednesday, April 21, 2021

So, you think that you might be stuck with a bad therapist or have started questioning some of the things your therapist has done. Or maybe you have recently started looking for a therapist. counselor, or psychologist, and want to know what bad qualities you should watch out for.

20 Ways to Find a Good Therapist Near Me

  Sunday, April 18, 2021

Have you been struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, and are looking for the next step to help you with your mental health issue? Are you thinking that it is time to make some changes in your life to feel better and happier? If so, that is a sign that you may be ready for professional help from a therapist. counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist.

The Five Stages Of Grief And How To Cope With Them

  Thursday, April 15, 2021

Grief holds a unique place in the human experience. It’s intensely personal and universal. Everyone who cares about someone or something will go through it, since nothing and no one is eternal. At its core, grief is what we go through when we experience loss—suddenly or slowly, expected or surprising, big or small, it doesn’t matter.

10 Mental Coping Strategies for COVID Pandemic

  Tuesday, February 16, 2021

The pandemic continues to be a daily struggle for everyone's mental health today. The world has adjusted to the new normal, but the trouble is no one knows when the normal we once knew will come back. The anxiety of the situation can cause many mental health struggles that people should strategically and adequately address.

Can Online Therapy Really Work?

  Tuesday, February 2, 2021

As we enter the year 2021, many people are struggling with maintaining their mental health. One option that a large number of people are turning to is online therapy. Therapy has been shown to help individuals build trust, talk through issues, and take control of their life.

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