Benefitting From Counseling
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Benefitting From Counseling

Unfortunately, I had a pretty traumatic childhood. My parents were always fighting, and I was faced with trying to decide what to do about my own personal feelings. When I got older, I knew that I needed to do something to relieve the stress that I was feeling even many years later, so I started focusing on going to counseling. My first few appointments were a little nerve-racking, but the counselor worked hard to make me feel comfortable. I was really impressed with how gentle and kind she was, and I felt really great about the progress I was making. This blog is all about benefiting from counseling.

Benefitting From Counseling

  • Not Ready For Inpatient Care? How Partial Hospitalization Programs Can Help

    17 February 2021

    If you struggle with mental health issues like depression or anxiety, there may come a time in your life in which you need help dealing with your conditions. It can be difficult, and sometimes even impossible, to do alone. As such, you have to decide what kind of help you are going to get. Weekly counseling and monthly psychiatry appointments are one option, but what about times you need more help?