How To Tell If A Counselor Is The Right One For You

Finding the right counselor is a bit like finding the right partner, the right pair of shoes, or the right apartment. Just because someone is a good counselor does not mean they are a good counselor for you, and just because someone isn't the right counselor for you doesn't mean they're not an excellent counselor in general. It's all about finding what feels right and what feels comfortable. So how do you know whether a counselor is a good fit?   Read More...

Empty Nest Syndrome? Therapy May Help

You've spent the past several decades of your life raising your children. It is therefore completely understandable that you'd be a bit sad and struggle to adapt when they move out on their own. However, sometimes these feelings of sadness can become more pronounced, developing into a set of symptoms known as empty nest syndrome. Here's a closer look at this phenomenon and how therapy can help. What is empty nest syndrome?   Read More...

Tips For Diagnosing And Managing Your ADD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is on the rise by more than 40 percent over the course of about the last 8 years. This is a condition that both kids and adults deal with, and it can make it difficult to focus on any number of life's matters. If you need ADHD or ADD help, it's important that you get a proper diagnosis and figure out the best way to get treatment.   Read More...

3 Easy Ways To Improve Your Marriage

Have things been a little rocky in your marriage lately? Does it seem like you and your spouse have been arguing a lot more frequently than usual? If so, there is no need to worry as there are numerous easy ways to improve your marriage.  1) Have Frequent Date Nights  When a couple has been married for a long time, it can be easy for that intense attraction you used to have for each other to start fading away.   Read More...

Treatment For ADHD Using A Multi-Faceted Approach

By the time your child is diagnosed with ADHD, you probably have been dealing with their behavior at home for some time. ADHD usually gets diagnosed when a child begins to struggle in school. The inability to concentrate on school work while in class can become clear when your child acts out in class, doesn't complete work, and needs to be redirected frequently. Treatment is a process. Medication can be tried, while counseling and changes in your parenting style can have a positive impact.   Read More...