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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Couples counseling isn’t always a last-ditch effort to save a marriage or prevent a breakup. Happy couples find regular therapy sessions help them maintain and enhance their healthy relationships. Together, they learn how to work through disagreements and other relationship issues, improve their emotional and physical intimacy, and understand one another on a deeper level.

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Most of us have never experienced a health epidemic like COVID-19 here in the United States, so of course, we don’t know what to expect or how to react. During any epidemic or disruptive event, it’s essential to take steps to maintain good mental health and overall wellbeing.

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Social media accounts aren’t a substitute for physical, social interaction. Spending too much time online can distract you from real-life social support and relationships. Sometimes it’s necessary to unplug yourself from your hyper-connected world of email, texts, and social media accounts to reset yourself and get your life back on track.

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