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4 Reasons to Start Therapy in 2021

If you’re like most people, you brought in the new year with a list of resolutions. And if you’re like most people, all of those resolutions have one goal: to better your life in some way. Whether that is through eating right, working out, learning a new language or decluttering your home office, resolutions are made to help us live...[ read more ]

The Difference Between ADD & ADHD

When searching for information on mental health issues, you’ll find attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) lumped together. In fact, you’ll often read ADD/ADHD. So it’s easy to see why people get confused. Before we talk about the differences, it’s worth it to take a brief historical look at attention deficit disorder to get an idea...[ read more ]

Compartmentalization: How it Hurts Men’s Relationship with Women

You’ve no doubt heard the expression “men are from Mars, women from Venus.” And while we can all point out some major differences between the sexes, typically those differences all start in one major organ – the brain! One of the biggest complaints women tend to have about men is that they sometimes seem emotionally unavailable or distant. This distance...[ read more ]

New Year’s Resolutions to leave 2020 behind and achieve in 2021

If you struggle to set goals, let alone reach them, you are definitely not alone. In fact, it is thought that roughly 92% of the population has a hard to stick to goals. And this constant cycle of trying to set beneficial life or health goals, but never quite reaching them, can ultimately lead to stress, anxiety or depression. That’s...[ read more ]

5 Quick Tips for Managing Your Everyday ADHD

If the pandemic has caused you to wonder whether you experience adult ADHD, call our office today to set up an expert evaluation. If you’re an adult struggling to cope with ADHD, everyday life can present you with various challenges. You may have difficulty managing work and personal relationships, meeting demands at work and at home, as well as taking...[ read more ]

Signs You May Have Adult ADHD

The current Covid-19 pandemic has forced many of us to significantly alter our work routines, including working from home amid numerous distractions. Several months into the pandemic, patterns are solidifying and signs of distraction and difficulty concentrating may no longer be due to the change. In the fast-paced world we live in today, it’s easy for anyone to become forgetful...[ read more ]

Faith-Based Therapy for Christians – Let Go and Let God

Can spirituality and religion be used as a therapeutic strategy? More and more mental health professionals are finding that God can offer some of their clients more direction than they can. In the past, many Christians have neglected to get the help they need from a counselor because they were afraid their belief in God would be ignored or, worse,...[ read more ]

4 Reasons You Should Try Family Therapy with Your Teenager

As parents, it can be challenging raising a teenager. Teenagers are at the stage where they begin to question the beliefs and values they were raised with, while challenging authority and parental restrictions. Sometimes, teens are struggling with even more issues in their lives. A teen struggling with substance abuse, a mental health disorder, or behavioral problems can cause a...[ read more ]

Mental Health Therapy for Frontline Workers

None of us were prepared for the global pandemic we find ourselves in. Not parents, teachers, and certainly not the healthcare workers around the country. Doctors and nurses suddenly found themselves working double shifts to care for sick people. As the rest of the world went into lockdown and people stayed home, safe and sound, these frontline workers showed up...[ read more ]

He didn’t say what? Normative Male Alexithymia, it’s a thing.

There’s an old joke that goes a little something like this: Two women sit next to one another in the park, chatting. The first woman turns to the other and asks, "Does your husband talk to you?" And the other woman replies, "All the time! He asks me what’s for dinner, he asks me if he has clean socks. Once...[ read more ]

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