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Here is a roundup of common obstacles, with some tips that will help you adapt smoothly and make the most out of your next video telehealth session.
Everyone feels sad sometimes. But, if you are feeling sadder than usual – maybe even for no apparent reason – how do you know if you’re depressed?
In this article, we’ll discuss how clinical questionnaires play a key role in helping track and improve mental well-being over time.
Managing, coping, and even overcoming Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is possible with the right strategies and knowledge of how to care for yourself.
Setting goals is one way to track personal growth in therapy. In this article, we’ll share several other ways to measure progress over time.
While mental health awareness continues to increase around the world, stigma persists — especially amongst minority communities. As a second-generation...
So, you've been in therapy for a few months, and you're starting to feel really good about the progress you're making. Then, you have a relapse...
Do you ever catch yourself asking, "should I go back to therapy?" If so, that might be a sign telling you that going back to therapy might be a good idea.
The therapeutic process is a journey — one that looks, feels, and IS different for every individual. If you've been on the journey for a while...