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

5 Ways to Build Self-Confidence

May 13, 2021

Self-confidence involves a belief and feeling of trust in your abilities and strengths. In a world where it is easy to feel a lot of self-doubt, this type of confidence is not always something that… Continue reading

How to Cope With Shame

April 29, 2021

Brené Brown defines shame as “the intensely painful feeling or experience of believing we are flawed and therefore unworthy of love and belonging.” Shame is an emotion that we all experience and are familiar with.… Continue reading

10 Ways to Overcome Perfectionism

April 15, 2021

There’s a difference between being a high-achiever and being a perfectionist. Both types of people want to succeed. However, high-achievers are motivated to do their best, while perfectionists are motivated by fear, paralyzed by the… Continue reading

Amplifying Black Voices in Mental Health

February 11, 2021

Black voices matter. Representation matters. The most recent Eugene Therapy blog post highlighted the disparities and many barriers that Black individuals face when it comes to receiving quality mental health services and support. As part… Continue reading

How to Set Mental Health Goals for 2021

December 10, 2020

With the end of 2020 approaching, you might be thinking about resolutions you want to make for the new year. Instead of making resolutions, consider focusing on creating goals that involve intention setting, planning and… Continue reading