Letting Go of the Past: 9 Physical Signs Your Body Is Holding Trauma

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According to the National Center for PTSD, around 50% of women and 60% of men will experience at least one trauma over the course of their lives. Trauma can have a profound impact on your mind and body. You may hold onto the memory of the trauma long after the initial event has occurred.  When […]

How to Deal With Trauma Triggers in a Relationship

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Relationships are hard enough to navigate even while we’re in perfect health. Interpersonal communication is a skill that requires our full attention if we’re to improve upon it. If someone in a relationship has unresolved trauma, you can rest assured it’s going to cause friction eventually if it isn’t already. If you’re wondering how to […]

How to Meet the Communication Needs of Your Partner

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Studies show that most relationships fail as a result of poor communication. That’s right, when it comes to the success of your partnership, communication is key. If you’re struggling to communicate with your partner, your relationship may be on the chopping block. So what can you do? How can you make sure that you and […]

How to Treat ADHD and Social Anxiety with Brainspotting

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Research shows that 60 to 70% of people with ADHD also experience social anxiety disorder. It’s a staggering statistic, but there’s hope for those who suffer from these interconnected conditions: brainspotting. This innovative therapy has been gaining popularity recently for its ability to treat both ADHD and social anxiety, thanks to its focus on the brain-body […]

How to Ask for Help With Depression: The Best Tips

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It’s completely normal to feel sad, lonely, or anxious at times. These feelings can occur in response to trauma, or they can happen for no reason at all. In most cases, taking action isn’t necessary. If you’ve been living with depression, though, it could be time to seek help. Approximately one in five adults have […]

Navigating Affordable Therapy Options: Finding the Right Support for You

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Introduction Finding the right therapist can sometimes feel like a daunting task, especially when considering the costs involved. We know you’re looking for quality care that aligns with your budget, and we’re here to help you navigate these waters. At Therapie, while we are an out-of-network provider, we understand the importance of making therapy accessible. […]

A Complete Guide on How to Trust Your Intuition When You Have Anxiety

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Dealing with anxiety can be tough and often leads to self-doubt. Anxiety is a common mental health issue that can make you worry a lot, feel scared, or even have panic attacks.  But it’s important to know that anxiety doesn’t mean you can’t trust your gut feelings. Knowing how to trust your intuition when you […]

How Is Behavior Therapy Different Than Psychoanalysis?

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According to a recent survey, only about 75% of Americans say they would give their mental health an “excellent” or “good” rating. We say “only” because this actually marks a record low. Once upon a time, that number was as high as 85%. If you feel as though your mental health is “excellent” or even […]

What Principle Underlies Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

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Do you suffer from anxiety or depression? Have you struggled with substance abuse issues? Or are you having a hard time getting your mental health under control due to another problem? There are lots of different types of therapy that might be able to help you achieve mental wellness. But one of your best therapy options […]

Tangled Threads: What Is the Link Between ADHD and Social Anxiety?

The average age for an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) diagnosis is seven. For this reason, many people do not realize that adult ADHD is relatively common. The condition affects at least eight million US adults. Some individuals receive a diagnosis during childhood and around 60% experience symptoms into adulthood. Others never recognized their ADHD symptoms as […]