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Unlocking Sustainable Healing: Moving Beyond Diagnoses for Lasting Change

The United States currently recognizes over 200 different mental health diagnoses, and the odds of holding one of those diagnoses are staggering. Right now, more than 1 out of every 5 adults live with a mental health diagnosis in the United States, and this number keeps growing. Mental health diagnoses serve as a professional shorthand …

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“I Think You Should Get Some Help”; How to Talk About Therapy When You Don’t Know How To

Suggesting therapy to a friend can be tricky. It can feel like you’re walking a tightrope between being rude or brushing them off, when in actuality it really hurts your heart to think about them going through what they’ve just described, alone. Although it might feel impossible to suggest therapy (or even just talk about …

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Unhappy at Work?

Being chronically unhappy and stressed at work has significant implications on our wellbeing. In the United States, we spend much of our time within the confines of what we do for work. A full-time employee spends around 1,800+ hours at work each year, averaging somewhere between 37.5 and 40.5 hours per week. This roughly translates …

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I’m Too Busy for Therapy – The Costs of This Myth and What to Do About It

As a psychotherapist, it would be a dream to never hear the words “I’m too busy” when it comes to scheduling in the self-care that therapy is. I get it, and I’ll be the first to tell you that addressing the complexity of stress takes a lot of work. It requires time, space, and moxie …

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