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The depths of the human experience is endless. Here on our blog, our therapists explore and share their ideas around psychotherapy and what it means to be a human.

  • Should You Break Up? A Therapist's Perspective on Relationship Decision-Making- Post - image

    Should You Break Up? A Therapist's Perspective on Relationship Decision-Making

    Karen Veintimilla, LMHC May 22, 2024

    Every situation is different during a breakup, and sometimes it is hard to determine whether it’s time for a partnership to end.

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  • Caring for Those Who Care: Combating Compassion Fatigue for Nurses, Teachers, and More- Post - image

    Caring for Those Who Care: Combating Compassion Fatigue for Nurses, Teachers, and More

    Landon Coleman, DNP, PMHNP-BC May 20, 2024

    When people working in caring professions like nursing, teaching, and behavioral healthcare don't take care of themselves, it can lead to serious problems.

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  • What Our Therapists Wish More People Knew About Mental Health- Post - image

    What Our Therapists Wish More People Knew About Mental Health

    Kimberly Jaso, MHC-LP May 17, 2024

    Let’s debunk myths about mental health and offer a glimpse into the world of therapy for anyone seeking to improve their mental well-being.

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  • Is Mother's Day Complicated for You? Here's How to Cope - Post - image

    Is Mother's Day Complicated for You? Here's How to Cope 

    Kristina Damiano, MHC-LP May 8, 2024

    Whether due to the loss of a mother or child, a challenging or estranged relationship with your mom, or infertility challenges, Mother’s Day can feel challenging and complicated for many of us.

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  • The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep- Post - image

    The Importance of a Good Night’s Sleep

    Dhihum Kour MHC-LP April 26, 2024

    Chronic sleep deprivation has been shown to have detrimental impacts on cognitive function, memory retention, and decision-making abilities.

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  • Exploring Cyberbullying- Post - image

    Exploring Cyberbullying

    Talia Akerman, LMHC April 25, 2024

    Cyberbullying can trigger feelings of isolation, shame, and anxiety, as well as a lack of safety in its victims.

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  • How to fight loneliness in an ever-connected world- Post - image

    How to fight loneliness in an ever-connected world

    Megan Wessler, MHC-LP April 24, 2024

    With every technological advancement designed to bring us closer, why do we find ourselves growing more disconnected?

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  • Why Is Money So Triggering? - Post - image

    Why Is Money So Triggering? 

    Juli Walchuk, MHC-LP April 23, 2024

    52% of Americans say money has a negative effect on their mental health, scoring higher than other stressors including health, current events, relationships, and work.

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  • The Rising Cost Of Living: Why Has Self-Care Become A Luxury? - Post - image

    The Rising Cost Of Living: Why Has Self-Care Become A Luxury? 

    Aubrey Dillane, MHC-LP April 11, 2024

    From healthcare to housing, the rising expenses can quickly leave many feeling financially strained and lacking the ability to care for themselves.

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  • Thriving in the City: Managing Noise and Busyness in NYC- Post - image

    Thriving in the City: Managing Noise and Busyness in NYC

    Brianna Campbell, MHC-LP April 4, 2024

    Environmental stressors like noise pollution and fast-paced living are more than mere annoyances; they’re detrimental to our health and wellbeing.

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