Counseling (Therapy)

EMDR

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, also known as EMDR, is a therapeutic technique used by counselors and therapists to address pain, grief, and emotional wounds caused by negative life events. Many people – especially children and teens – never properly process abuse, neglect, or other physical and emotional traumas. Far too often, this leads to…

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Love and Sex Addiction Therapy

Love and sex addiction are real problems that millions of Americans face – often privately – on a daily basis. Love addicts may believe that their happiness is contingent upon feeling loved, approved or needed by another person. The desire for this type of ‘love’ overshadows rational and logic. Sex addicts also act on compulsions…

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Relationships Therapy

Relationships are foundational to human interaction, but not all of them fit the ‘traditional’ mold. Loving commitments come in all forms and may not always meet the standards deemed acceptable among family, friends, and society in general. Although open-mindedness in trending in today’s culture, members of non-traditional relationships still battle stigmas and social intolerance. Non-traditional…

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Signs of Love Addiction

Addiction is a strong word associated with other words like drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. But an addiction can form around any action or object that brings a perceived sense of satisfaction or a sense of control. Love addiction, for example, occurs in people who become attached to the feelings and the ideals associated with love…

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Sex Therapy

Sex therapy is counseling for complications related to sex and intimacy. Sometimes sex therapy is administered individually and in private, or couples may choose to attend therapy together. The goal is to help clients resolve problems they are experiencing relating to sexual performance, function, or even emotions and feelings. In many cases, issues can be…

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Travel Tips (Sex Addiction)

Sex addiction recovery is best facilitated by accountability and support from counselors, friends, and family. But people who are struggling with addiction may find it difficult to maintain progress when traveling for business or pleasure. Isolation creates opportunities for weakness, which can lead to a relapse into old habits. Because it is particularly difficult for…

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Work and Career Issues

Work and career issues plague nearly everyone from time to time. Whether you’ve had the same job for decades or are just beginning your career, there’s no doubt that you will at some point face worries or anxieties that are in some way connected to the workplace. Though many issues are resolvable without third-party intervention,…

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Stress Management

Stress is an emotional and physical response to the pressures and demands of life. It is normal to experience occasional stress from time to time, but frequent or even chronic stress can have long-term implications. In addition to affecting your relationships and quality of life, ongoing stress can manifest with physical symptoms, such as anxiety,…

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Parenting Education and Support

Parenting is one of the hardest and demanding jobs. Raising a child can be complicated, overwhelming, and at times plain frustrating. Every child-parent relationship is different, and no one knows your child better than you do. But that doesn’t mean you have to ‘go it alone.’ With parenting education and support therapy, you can gain…

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Grief Counseling

Grief is a natural process that most people experience following a meaningful loss. Although everyone copes with grief differently, nearly everyone navigates the process in stages. While grieving is important following a loss, it may appear very differently from person to person. Many people find the grieving process to be more straightforward with the assistance…

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Family Counseling

Most families are not strangers to conflict. Tensions can run high between siblings, spouses, and between children and parents. Keeping the family unit in balance can be difficult, especially when one or more members have a problem that is affecting the rest of the family. In situations where personal attempts to resolve conflicts have been…

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Therapy for Depression & Anxiety

Depression and anxiety are serious conditions that can interfere with quality of life, relationships, employment, and overall health. Although it is normal to feel stressed out, worried or ‘down’ from time to time, chronic anxiety and depression can become a serious problem that eventually results in physical complications. Did you know… that anxiety disorders affect…

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Couples Counseling

Conflicts are a normal part of healthy relationships. Nearly all couples experiences highs and lows, but many need help in overcoming emotional hurts and wounds associated with conflicts, dishonesty, miscommunication, or some other source of tension in their relationships. Couples counseling is for committed partners – married or not – who have a mutual interest…

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Conflict Resolution

Conflict is healthy and normal, and in most cases can be reconciled by the parties involved. However, sometimes conflict goes unresolved either due to one or more irrational parties or an inability to come to a compromise. In these cases, conflict resolution services can play a helpful role in unraveling disagreements while preserving the relationship…

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Addiction & Recovery

Addiction is a dangerous, yet treatable disease. Unlike other types of illnesses, addiction requires the commitment and cooperation of the abuser in order to begin a journey to recovery. Individuals suffering from addiction are encouraged to seek treatment from an experienced counselor who can help identify the cause of self-abusive behaviors and facilitate a path…

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