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Psychology has a lot to offer, and here at Connecte we’re passionate about making psychology more accessible and available outside of the therapy room. Check out our blog posts to learn about everything from how to talk to your kid who’s struggling with weight, how to connect with yourself and reach your goals, and how to make therapy work for you.

After The Last Session..Now What???!!

For many, the end of therapy raises new questions. Are we ready to "go it alone?" What is a lapse or a relapse, and how can we handle it? Annélie Anestin explores what comes next when psychotherapy comes to a close and offers tips on navigating the transition.
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Connected But Alone? A Closer Look At Our Relationship With Our Phone

We rely on technology to make our lives better, simpler, easier..the thing is, real life is messy, demanding and oftentimes uncomfortable. Does our daily reliance on our phones impact our ability to cope in the "real" world? Read on for a closer look at our relationship with our phones.
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How Do I Critique Thee? Let Me Count The Ways

Not surprisingly, negative self-talk has a negative impact on our lives. But how do we turn the dialogue around? By learning to speak to ourselves with compassion we can change the dynamic and reverse the damage, improving our lives and healing ourselves in the process.
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4 Steps To Break The Anxiety Cycle

Anxious thoughts can sometimes lead us in circles, leaving us feeling tied up in knots. In this blog post, Dr. Maryann Joseph explains the anxiety cycle and brings us 4 practical steps we can use to break free.
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Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder- Part 2—BPD Treatment And How To Use It

In part 2 of this 2-part post on borderline personality disorder or BPD, Dr Danit Nitka explores some of the specifics of therapy for people with BPD and what's important to know in that process.
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Stigma Of Mental Illness Preventing Asian Immigrants In Seeking Help – What It Takes To Overcome The Stigma And Find The Help They Need

Psychotherapy is common practice in many communities, but in some like the Asian immigrant community, the practice is practically unheard of - discussions of mental health are hushed, therapy is shunned, and seeking help takes tremendous courage. Read on to learn how this could be overcome.
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