Gratitude and Self-Care Through the Holiday Season

As the holiday season approaches, our thoughts naturally turn towards gratitude and reflection. In the midst of festive preparations, it’s crucial to pause, take a breath, and consider how we approach not only our celebrations but also our relationships and well-being. The significance of honest self-reflection becomes even more pronounced. Gratitude: A Path to Growth…

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The Power of Group Therapy: A Path to Self-Discovery and Growth

In the journey of self-discovery and personal growth, group therapy can be a powerful and transformative tool. While individual therapy offers a more intimate space to explore personal issues, groups provide a unique set of benefits, helping people struggling with various aspects of their lives. Given the current state of the world, where finding connections…

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Normalize Your Needs: Social Media

Why We Took a Pause from Social Media Social media makes it so that at any given moment it’s likely you have 18 different conversations going on at the exact same time. Between WhatsApp and iMessage chats, Facebook groups, emails, and Instagram direct messages, our phones have made it more possible than ever before to…

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Do I Need Both Individual And Group Therapy?


Starting therapy is a step towards personal growth, and there are two tools available to you: individual and group therapy. Individual therapy involves a one-on-one and customized approach to learning to live with grief, addiction, eating disorders, and other lived experiences. Group therapy offers community and interpersonal relationship skills and is a valuable asset to your personal growth.

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Managing Your Mental Health During COVID-19


Managing your mental health during COVID-19 can often seem like one more item on the to-do list that you’re avoiding. While Animal Crossing can provide an escape, do more for your mental health in 2020 by working with a therapist trained in your areas of growth. Whether it’s grief, eating disorders, gender orientation, or addiction, therapy is still available for you.

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