YOU SHOULD SEE SOMEONE
Examining how countries like France, Italy and Mexico view mental health can help us understand why people see therapists.
Experts explain the signs of anger and how to stop feeling overwhelmed by it.
Dreams can be like movies based on your memories from long ago — or last week.
Experts share how the cost, process and outcomes compare to individual therapy sessions.
YOU SHOULD SEE SOMEONE
Psychotherapists recommend what to do if you can't afford sessions, your life is too busy or you just need some time away.
These negative phrases are often automatic ― and they could be destroying your mental health.
"As I looked at him sleeping, I was filled with disgust, and then flooded with pity."
"In a few years, I’ll look back on this and thank myself for taking the time I needed to work on me."
This post was originally published on Techealthiest. Yes, this is a gross oversimplification of what makes a solid psychologist
From social media to sexual preference, the conversation stays real and attempts to shed some light on the actual benefit for White people of confronting their own limited thinking and inherent racism.
The only remotely plausible way forward is to set out to do the seemingly impossible: to empower and train every last person on earth to start the revolution from the inside out.
"You're a piece of shit," I said. "Then absolutely yes. The narrative can and must change," I told Steven. With that Steven
If we consider that each divorcing adult may have a set of parents, a sibling or two, a group of good friends, uncles, aunts, grandparents and co-workers, we quickly move from two million adults affected by divorce to thirty million feeling the power of divorce.
There could be a lot of explanations for this.
Ageism affects us all and perhaps more so for those of us who have already experienced other discrimination in our lives.
Then I saw the play, The Humans on Broadway, which supports this hypothesis. The brutally realistic characters in the play
So here it goes, 11 thoughts about beginning therapy that you need to know.
Choosing the right counselor, online or in person, obviously makes a difference. While rapport is essential, professional credentials must be verifiable and the counselor's knowledge and methods based on current scientific research. The ability to "audition" multiple candidates -- asking questions and having a brief session -- is a unique advantage of online counseling.
Here are five red flags you should avoid like the plague when you're choosing a therapist. Remember, your comfort level is what matters above all. But if you've never been to therapy, you may not know what is common, appropriate practice.