Controlling relationships…something that virtually no one wants to find themselves in, yet something too common to not talk about. Let’s read more to discover some of the signs that are common among controlling relationships:
When we think of the benefits of exercise, most of us probably think about getting into better shape, or maybe things like having a healthier heart and being able to move around easier. However, the benefit of exercise extends far beyond just physical health benefits.
Many of us have heard about the wintertime blues or maybe have even experienced it. The wintertime blues are actually referring to Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. Keep reading to learn more about what it’s like and what treatments are available for it.
Your head is spinning and your world feels like it’s going at a million miles per hour. Your thoughts race around and you want to shake this feeling, but you have no clue where to start. Keep reading to learn 5 ways to quickly reduce anxiety.
Okay, you’ve done your research, made the calls, and have booked your initial session. Whew, what a relief! But then the questions begin and you find yourself unsure about what you should expect. Keep reading to learn more about what you should expect during your initial session.
Looking back on your years growing up, what do you picture? Everyone sees something different. Some happy images of childhood innocence, for some, the picture is more bleak. What about today’s kids? In the world of advancing technology, rampant social media use, and high expectations for academic performance, how are today’s youth faring?
You have your new sneakers, your workout outfit, the perfect water bottle to take with you. The one thing you don’t have--time. Keep reading to learn five tips and tricks for finding ways to fit exercise into your already jam-packed schedule.
In the midst of searching for a therapist, the last thing you want to have to worry about is insurance coverage. Read on to learn about how we handle insurance and what this means for you as you begin sessions.