Even with physical illnesses, there are multiple strategies to tackle the problem. With mental health issues, things can be much more complicated. This is in part because the solution to your problems has to come from yourself. As we all know, humans tend to make mistakes. Sometimes the things that
Growth (For You and Me)
The thing about therapy is that it’s a parallel process. Not only are you learning and benefitting from your experience of therapy, but your therapist is too.
That might be alarming to think about. After all, we want the person who’s supposed to be fixing us to be smart, capable, and preferably al
How the Past Informs Us
It’s become a stereotype that therapists always want to talk about your parents. Well, there’s a solid basis for this, and it goes beyond the idea that parents are the ones who mess their kids up.
It can’t be denied that our early experiences shape the people that we become as adults. Our experien