Find the Right Fit in Therapy

Find the Right Fit in Therapy   Written by: Shae Chisman, MFT-I No, I’m not talking about skinny jeans. I’m talking about your therapist. Although finding the “right” therapist can be just as frustrating as finding that perfect pair of pants. No “sucking it in” should be necessary when finding someone to courageously share your…

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10 Signs You May Need A Therapist

10 Signs You May Need A Therapist You’ve hit the wall. A tragedy has occurred. Nothing is going right. “Pick the kids up from school. Keep it together for them.” You vent to your spouse. They take your pain personally and feel defeated in helping relieve it. Now you feel guilty for burdening them. The…

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Change in online therapy

How Online Therapy Sessions Have Changed in Recent Years

How Online Therapy Sessions Have Changed in Recent Years Websites offering in-depth information and advice related to medical conditions are not a new concept. Where there is a medical condition, there is a website with information that can be a great resource as people seek to learn more about for what ails them. Websites dedicated…

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online depression therapy

Top 5 Advantages of Depression Therapy Online

Top 5 Advantages of Depression Therapy Online The digital age has changed many of our behaviors over the last 3 decades. Shopping can be done with the click of a mouse. Continued education and higher learning can be achieved from a virtual classroom right in our living rooms. Medical information and advice are accessible like…

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Carpe Diem (or or Seize the Day Before It Seizes You…)

Carpe Diem or Seize the Day Before It Seizes You… By: David Baker, LPC Clinical Director Georgia HOPE   As I’ve said before I realize this blog is available to anyone who wants to read it and I try to keep it relevant to anyone who reads it – helpers, people seeking help from helpers,…

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