How Does Couples Counseling Work in an Online Format?

In the past virtual therapy (online therapy or phone therapy) wasn’t widely practiced, but that changed in the last decade. Now, with the corona virus at work, the needs for virtual therapy became even greater. So, therapists and clients turned to those unconventional types of therapy. Marital (relationship) therapy is also on the rise, as a large percentage of couples...[ read more ]

Struggles for Single Moms during COVID

Family life has undoubtedly changed during COVID-19. The pressure drops when two partners start managing life challenges  and motivate one another to fight for a better tomorrow. But, for one group – singe parents, everything weighs on their shoulders, and their shoulders alone. Home, work, expenses, parenting, social life and everything in between, waits on single parents and their two...[ read more ]

How Marriage Counseling Can Help Couples During Covid-19

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The entire COVID-19 situation got us all unprepared. Now that the initial shock has worn off, we are left with the treacherous aftermath. Many of us have unresolved feelings about it all. For many, these include anxiety, uncertainty, isolation, loss, low self-esteem, and depression. The pandemic affected every aspect of our lives. Further, we have seen negative impacts on people's...[ read more ]

How to Cope with Depression During COVID-19 Winter

COVID-19 has made a lot of people struggle with their mental health. Anxiety, uncertainty, fear, negative feelings and worrying thoughts are rising in all of us. When a global event shakes our normal functioning and habits, we ought to adapt, no matter how hard that feels. But, that’s easier said than done for quite a few people. Some individuals had...[ read more ]

College Student Anxiety Related to Returning to Campus

When campuses were shut down and students asked to return back homes, the country recorded an alarming spike in college student anxiety. Separation from friends, loss of income, uncertainty about their survival in the face of the deadly virus, and the absence of physical and social support networks triggered, and in some cases heightened feelings of worry and anxiety in...[ read more ]

How to Make Online Counseling Most Effective

Most Hollywood movies paint therapy as an easy, fun-filled process that delivers instant results. But that isn’t quite true. Sharing your mental and emotional challenges with someone else can be a daunting task. And having to do so via virtual platforms can make therapy even more challenging. With the outbreak of the coronavirus, online counseling is now extremely common. You...[ read more ]

Anxiety Related to Loosening COVID-19 Restrictions

Lockdowns are being lifted, many businesses and schools are slowly opening, and governments all around the world are beginning to loosen their COVID-19 restrictions in an effort to resuscitate their various economies. For some people, this is nothing but good news. They are excited about getting back into society and hanging out with close friends and family after months of...[ read more ]

College Student Anxiety and Loss During COVID-19

Due to the coronavirus, anxiety has risen across the world with college students constituting a large part of the affected population. It’s very common for students to experience to feelings of loneliness, isolation, and anxiety when they go off to college. Various studies and numerous surveys have proven that college students are the most vulnerable population when it comes to...[ read more ]

Anxiety Regarding Racial Issues in the United States

The United States remains one of the most diverse countries on earth. Despite this diversity, there have always been issues surrounding racism and inequality. Although many assumed that racism has reduced in recent years (i.e. when Obama was elected), recent events have highlighted the issues that People of Color continue to face in the United States. Racial issues, rather than...[ read more ]

Online Therapy During Coronavirus

In just four months, coronavirus has changed the world drastically. Thousands have died, millions have lost their jobs, stock prices keep fluctuating, world economies are struggling to rebound, and everyone is uncertain if and when things will return to normal. The resulting grief, insecurity, and general uncertainty have raised anxiety and stress levels to a new high. Therapy is needed...[ read more ]

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