The new realities of working from home, home-schooling, unemployment, and lack of physical contact with loved ones can take a significant toll on mental health.

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Online therapy sessions are similar to in-person therapy sessions with one major exception. Instead of meeting in a therapist’s office, patients and therapists interact via live video connection.

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Today, the condition formerly known as ADD is a type of ADHD, and ADD has become an outdated term that is no longer recognized by the medical community or the American Psychiatric Association (APA).

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Counseling can save and strengthen a marriage. Marriage is hard work, and couples therapy requires participation, willingness, and commitment from both partners to achieve optimum results.

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Families will inevitably have conflicts and communication issues, endure stress or trauma together, and get on one another’s nerves. For those reasons, family therapy is a valuable complement to marriage counseling and individual therapy.

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Today, the popularity and pervasiveness of social networking sites have made “slender media images” difficult to escape, and the pressures on people to look a certain way seems to have increased.

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Once you learn what relevant information to look for in a practitioner, it’s much easier to narrow down your list of potential therapists and find not just a good fit, but the best fit for you.

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Studies confirm that social media is affecting the mental health of adolescents and adults — with both positive and negative results.

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CBT has grown to become a preferred form of talk therapy treatment for many of today’s mental health practitioners, and for a good reason — it is quite useful.

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People shouldn’t have to give up mental health treatment just because they live in rural areas with limited mental health resources, have non-traditional work schedules, or can’t leave home due to disabilities or current COVID-19 pandemic precautions. A live online therapy session via video, online chat, or phone is similar to a session in a therapist’s office. The most significant difference is that the therapist is not in the same location as the patient, who is often participating from the comfort of their own home.

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