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A Guide To Finding Your Ideal Therapist

Cassandra Schraft, MSEd, LPC “I tried therapy and it didn’t work for me.” Sound familiar?  This sentiment is not uncommon. As a therapist with nearly a decade of experience, one thing I have come to realize is this:  It’s not therapy that didn’t work for you.  It’s the therapist. In

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What Therapy is NOT

Calli Christiansen, MSW, Intern Judgment Ensure you and your therapist mesh well together. The therapist is there to help you as the client change your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors for your outcomes to become more positive. A place of repair You are not broken, so therapists do not fix you. 

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How Do You Reignite a Relationship?

Amanda Swisher, LPC-IT Intimacy in Relationships  Love. A lot of preconceived notions exist regarding love and relationships. Unfortunately, Hollywood has created a picture for us of what love and relationships are supposed to look like, and it’s led many of us to feel bad about the way our relationships are

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Anxiety In Children At School

Jordan Westfall, LPC-IT Anxiety is very prevalent in children and adolescents. The National Institute for Mental Health estimates a 25.1 percentage between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. There is also a lifetime prevalence of 5.9 percent for severe anxiety disorder in children and adolescents. Anxiety can be

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