Counseling

3 Misconceptions About Therapy

June 10, 2021

Misconception 1: “If I go to therapy, that must mean there is something wrong with me.” Many of us have heard the unfortunate stigma that going to therapy is a sign of weakness. Nothing could… Continue reading

Seasonal Affective Disorder

December 2, 2019

For some, the onset of winter can be dreadful. The darker months and dreary weather do generally cause us to tend towards inactivity, but feeling stuck in a state of depression isn’t normal. Do cloudy… Continue reading

3 Ways to Build Your Self-Confidence

September 24, 2019

For some people, self-confidence seems to come naturally, but for most of us, it’s a character trait we have to develop. There are many ways to build your self-confidence, from improving your posture to trying… Continue reading

Three Common Myths About Counseling

July 19, 2019

Counseling is a form of therapy that has wide-reaching benefits for all kinds of people and situations. However, common myths about counseling may keep you from even considering this option as you try to make… Continue reading

5 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

April 19, 2014

5 Common Misconceptions About Modern Therapy Psychotherapy has faced criticism for much of its existence. Though skepticism has declined in recent years, there are still many misconceptions that many believe to be true about the… Continue reading