Deciding to seek professional help can be difficult, and finding the right therapist in New York City can make this process even more stressful. Here’s everything you need to know to find a good therapist in NYC.

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Anxiety symptoms can be challenging to manage, and experiencing a panic attack is even more difficult when you’re in public.

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Finding the best therapist can feel confusing, but there are ways to make the process easier. During your search, keep in mind that therapy works best when you feel comfortable with your therapist.

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The Mental Health Benefits of Having a Daily Routine

Routines are essential at every stage of life—from childhood and adolescence to adulthood. They help us cope with change, create healthy habits, improve interpersonal relationships, and reduce stress.

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Online therapy creates a safe space to express your feelings, combat negative thoughts, and talk through specific issues with a licensed therapist from the comfort of your own home.

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Tips for Letting Go of Past Mistakes

Everyone makes mistakes—it’s part of what makes us human. But when we can’t forgive ourselves for past mistakes, they can interfere with daily life, leading to low self-esteem, guilt and shame, and other mental health issues.

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Mental Health Services for the Black Community

Recently, the United States has experienced uprisings against racism and police brutality not seen since the Civil Rights Movement. In the face of racial bias, stigma, and mental health disparities, Black people have spent years trying to process the violence and racism that come with living in the United States. But they’ve never had to […]

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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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