Posts archive for March, 2016

A woman therapist with wavy hair sitting on a couch speaking with a middle-aged brunette woman in a blue striped shirt.

Treating the Root Causes of Anorexia with Therapy

There are many misconceptions surrounding the prevalence of anorexia nervosa. According to statistics provided by the Renfrew Center Foundation for Eating Disorders, approximately 24 million Americans and 70 million individuals worldwide struggle with an eating disorder of some kind. The Mental Health Services Administration in the United States Department of […]

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red haired woman sitting on a smile couch, wearing headphones doing music therapy

Therapy with a Different Kind of Notes

Years ago, therapy was only thought of to be a space where a person and a therapist would meet and talk things through. While talk therapy still exists and can be extremely effective, our perspectives on what exactly therapy is and can be has greatly broadened over the years. These […]

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A couple sits with a therapy to talk about good relationship skills

How to Tell Good Therapy from Bad Therapy

Many approaches have been taken to therapy over the years. Modern therapy as we know it began with Sigmund Freud who experimented early on with what he believed to be the talking cure. Today’s psychotherapy, however, comes in a number of forms, but the common thread lies in the communication […]

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How Light Therapy Can Combat Seasonal Depression

It’s not uncommon to feel “down” or “blue” from time to time. After all, life comes with it’s fair share of ups and downs and, as humans, we’re all along for the ride. Some seasons, however, might make us more prone to feeling blue than others. Known as seasonal depression, […]

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