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All about Therapy

That Moment When You Don’t Like Your Therapist

You’ve been building up to going to therapy for a while. It feels scary, and you’re apprehensive at first but the first couple of sessions go OK; your therapist seems to understand you and it feels good. But then, over the next couple of sessions, you start to get the feeling that they don’t really...
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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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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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Psychotherapy Can Help, Here’s a Story About How…

In this post, Dr. Jodie Richardson captures what psychotherapy can do for you in a very clever way.
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What To Do When Therapy Isn’t an Option

Time, money, commitment issues... there are many things that can get in the way of one going to therapy. Explore some solutions for helping yourself when therapy isn't an option in this blog post.
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5 things you need to know to make therapy work for you

In this invaluable guide Dr Danit Nitka shares the knowledge you need to make your therapy experience as effective as it can be.
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