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Mental Health
Leanne Jimenez, APC

Health / Mental Health Crisis in the Workplace

This article is directed for those transitioning back into work after going through a health or mental health crisis, and for their supervisors. Work is essential, even in the midst of some of life’s crisis that can occur. Therefore, it is essential that we know how to transition back into work when facing a health

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Happy couple during the psychology therapy indoors
Allie Argue MFT Intern

It Takes Courage: Embrace Therapy & Find Healing

It takes a great amount of courage to come to therapy. To admit that you need help navigating your experiences, how they have affected you, to express your feelings in front of another takes great strength. We live in a society that shames us for expressing how we feel that it makes us “weak” or

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Depressed young black couple sitting on couch and thinking
Jada Foote, LMSW

Is it worth it to communicate your needs to your therapist?

Scenario 1 So It’s session 1 with your therapist, you sit in the waiting room about fifteen minutes before your appointment time. You’re a little nervous, but you know it’s finally time to sort through all your issues. Everyone on TikTok says that therapy is the holy grail of solving your problems, and you’re ready

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Smile, its free therapy. Shot of a happy couple at a therapy session.
Couples Therapy
Lana Banegas, LMFT

Myths about Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is not easy and we often hesitate when we hear it. Generally, there are still many misunderstandings in our culture about the therapeutic environment. I’m hoping to dispel a few common myths & make approaching couples therapy a little less daunting. Myth 1 – Couples therapy is only for folks on the brink

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The pressure is really pushing up my anxiety
Gabriella Stogner, MFT

How do you know it’s time to go to therapy?

Even after a few Google searches, podcasts, and TikTok suggestions (which may have convinced you that you have a terminal illness when trying to determine symptoms of anxiety), “How do you know it’s time to go to therapy?” can be a tricky question to navigate.  It can be overwhelming to find a therapist, explore insurance

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