We experience anxiety in many ways, but if there’s one thing central to the experience, it’s a sense of uncertainty.
Wellness Blog | Gleyce Almeida-Farrell, LCSW
When deciding on choosing to go to therapy, it is wise to weigh your options between therapy cost and therapy benefits through a cost-benefit approach.
Many people wonder what the difference is between coaching and therapy. Our blog today dives into a detailed explanation of the difference in approach, practice, and who benefits.
It’s normal to have questions about what to expect, and you might even feel nervous about talking with a therapist. It’s important to remember that therapy is a place that is solely about you and your concerns about your life.
There are some things to consider when deciding if online therapy is right for you.
Sometimes we get stuck in the thinking that therapy is just for the “mentally unwell,” for people who don’t know how to handle their problems or for relationships that are on the brink of divorce.
Boundary setting is essential and is the highest form of self-care. It helps us maintain our self-worth and ensures our relationships are caring and respectful.
Anxiety doesn’t have an on/off switch; rather, the choices we make can add up to an increased sense of calm. Here are 4 easy ways to manage anxiety.