Centering is one of the most important skills that a client can acquire to de-stress, repair relationships and prepare for deep trauma work.
The cost of therapy is among the barriers to receiving treatment. Approaching therapy as an investment and recognizing its worth shifts the narrative of what we can afford.
Maintaining healthy boundaries is crucial if you want to lock in your gains from therapy. Learn how to set boundaries as a part of self-care.
Helping a loved-one find their reason for change is one of the best ways to show support and increase the likelihood of treatment.
Cognitive distortions are patterns of distorted thinking that skewer the way we interpret events and cause us to think inaccurately.
Thinking that you are wasting time when you are relaxing or taking a break is an example of distorted thinking associated with perfectionism.
Sensory overload may show up as fatigue, irritability or shutting down. This can impact our sleep routines and create additional problems.
Staying grounded helps us maintain hope in turbulent times. Maintaining empathy, perspective, staying grounded or mobilizing creates hope.
Including a loved one in your therapy is an excellent way to practice relational skills and advance your progress in therapy.