Many people may not understand the reverberations of growing up in a dysfunctional household. Every house varies in the level of dysfunction witnessed by the children of that home. Most households experience some form of dysfunction at one time or another.
Therapy is a space for you to learn more about yourself and make sense of your experiences. Many people with addictions and/or mental illnesses – even just regular, everyday problems – benefit from therapy because it allows them to take a step back and gain perspective on issues that may seem to overwhelm them. If […]
Have you ever had a lot on your mind, to where it seemed like your thoughts were going a mile a minute? Perhaps you were stressed or anxious, and worried about something that happened in the past or could happen in the future. When our thoughts take hold of us, it can feel as though […]
Anxiety affects approximately 40 million adults in the United States each year, and while much research has focused on children and young adults, the elderly population is often overlooked. According to the Geriatric Mental Health Foundation (GMHF), as many as 10-20% of the older population experiences anxiety, whether it be in the form of a […]