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Reasons to Undergo Psychoeducational Evaluation

December 18th, 2017 @

Do you suspect your child, or another family member may have a learning disability?  If so, talk to their teacher or school counselor to determine if they would benefit from a psychoeducational evaluation. Unless properly and professionally tested, whatever questions you have about your child’s lack of abilities will remain unanswered.   It is understandable […]


Different Psychological Tests for Learning Disabilities

December 4th, 2017 @

  A learning disability is a general term used to refer to a class of disorders which interfere with learning and the acquiring of knowledge, especially in the areas of reading, writing, spelling, and math. According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), 1 in 5 individuals in the United States is affected by […]


Increasing Life Satisfaction with Child Therapy

November 20th, 2017 @

There is a negative notion surrounding child therapy. Parents and guardians are understandably protective over their children, and often deny the benefits a therapist can provide. What possible problems could a child have at such an age to warrant professional help?   Just like adults, children too can come encounter problems they don’t know how […]


How You Might Approach Family Therapy

November 6th, 2017 @

Everything seems right in the world when your family is healthy and happy. But families aren’t always like this. It can take a major life transition, a crisis, or a mental health challenge to affect a happy home. Addressing issues affecting the family is the goal of family therapy, whether as the main form of […]


Ways Any Person Can Benefit from Psychotherapy

October 23rd, 2017 @

There are many misconceptions about mental health. It’s still an issue not everyone is willing to talk about openly. And a good many that are suffering from poor mental or emotional health might not even think about their condition as something to do with their mental well-being.   Much of the negative views about mental […]


Everyday Tips To Improve Your Health

October 9th, 2017 @

Taking care of your mental health is equally as important as maintaining your physical health. Although psychotherapy is always an option when things become a bit too much, there are a few things you can try to improve your mental and physical health. To achieve that, here are some things you can do each day: […]


Invest in Yourself Psychotherapy for Every Day Living

September 25th, 2017 @

Have you ever thought of going to see a counselor or psychologist to help manage stress or resolve a life issue, only to dismiss the idea because you believed the issue was not serious enough? Have you ever felt the need for an objective opinion or just some understanding about what you are going through, […]


10 Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

September 12th, 2017 @

Regular exercise and physical activity is one of the most beneficial things you can do to enhance and maintain your mental health. Regular exercise and physical activity: 1.    Reduces stress and anxiety. Regular exercise reduces the amount of stress hormones in the body, resulting in a slower heart rate, relaxed blood vessels, and lower blood […]


Just Breathe

August 31st, 2017 @

Breathing is the act of inhaling air in through your nose, cleaning and warming it prior to taking it to the lungs. From the lungs it is transported to the heart where it is pumped to parts of the body, where oxygen is removed, and the left over waste product – carbon dioxide – is […]


Fear, Anxiety, Stress and Worry; Oh My

August 16th, 2017 @

Fear is a distressing or negative emotion caused by the belief that something is dangerous, painful or a threat.  To manage or cope with fear, face it by accepting it. Fear is a normal human emotion. Like all human emotions, it has a purpose. Evolutionally, fear serves to protect and keep us safe. It serves […]


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