The Therapy Process

Hope for the Insomniac

Can’t sleep?  You are not alone. The CDC estimates that one third of Americans have sleep problems.  Chronic sleep deprivation can be incredibly frustrating, causing irritability, changes in mood and reduced productivity. As someone who has both experienced insomnia and treated clients with it, I know how painful and lonely it can be at 3…

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The Benefits of Online Therapy

When we think of psychotherapy most of us picture meeting with a therapist face-to-face in a cozy office and perhaps even lying on a couch. However, therapy is evolving along with changes in technology and communication practices.  Research has shown that online therapy, also called telehealth, is equally effective as face-to-face therapy for many clients.…

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Acceptance – An Alternative to Anxiety

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” – Carl Rogers Anxiety is a funny thing. The more you don’t want it and the more you try to get rid of it, the more you have it. As if to rub salt in the wound, the…

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