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What I wish I would have known before starting online counseling

What I wish I would have known before starting online counseling By Timothy LaGro, M.A. LMHC   As a therapist, I was shocked to learn recently when one of my colleagues presented a training regarding therapy online that this technology has been around since the 1950’s. Michelle pointed out some of the benefits to us […]

How can I support my husband during his counseling?

How can I support my husband during his counseling? By Marty Graverson, Therapist Many men in this culture struggle with the idea of being in counseling and “talking about their feelings” or feeling vulnerable with a stranger. But the reality is we all desire to be valued, loved, and accepted for who we are and […]

10 Things You Will Learn About Your Partner in Couples Counseling

10 Things You Will Learn About Your Partner in Couples Counseling Guest Blogger, T Martin Graverson, MA Therapist I remember one of the first couples that I sat with as a therapist telling me that they thought that their marriage was over, but they would be willing to try couples counseling. As a new therapist, […]

Healthy Habits for Children with ADD

Healthy habits for children with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) ByL Shannon M. Brady, M.S. Therapist Having healthy lifestyle behaviors can be an effective intervention, either alongside or in the place of traditional medications. Healthy lifestyle habits help children learn how to cope with ADD and have other healthy behaviors within their lives. Recommendations include: Getting […]