Tag: Counselling

10 ways to increase happiness

10 ways to increase happiness

  10 ways to increase happiness Accept responsibility for yourself When you accept that you are where you are in life due to your own choices and stop blaming others for your situation, you begin to feel back in control of your life. You, and 

Therapy for codependency

Therapy for codependency

What is codependency? Codependency signifies an unhealthy attachment in a relationship. Therapy for codependency is often the only way to change the unhealthy patterns. Often, one person is clingy and needy and wants to merge with their partner. Low self esteem and insecurity is at 

Manage depression with therapy

Manage depression with therapy

  People who suffer from depression tend to be introspective and don’t manage depression effectively. They attribute all failures to their own shortcomings/inadequacies and all successes are attributed externally. By this, I mean that they often do not give themselves credit for any success in 

Common Problems that lead to counselling

Common Problems that lead to counselling

There are many common problems that lead to counselling, and the reasons are as varied as the many predicaments and life circumstances that exist for all people. Everyone has something that is causing them some sort of distress. Relationships, a difficult boss, an inability to 

How to Improve Your Self-Esteem

How to Improve Your Self-Esteem

Self-esteem is one of those areas in your life that is often invisible but can have an enormous and influential impact on your daily life and how you approach your hopes and goals. Put simply, self-esteem can be described as the way that you view 

How to Find a Psychotherapy Specialist in Jersey City, NJ

How to Find a Psychotherapy Specialist in Jersey City, NJ

The medical field has many specialized therapies that many people often get confused about and end up mixing some of them up with the others. One such common confusion is between a psychotherapist and psychologist. Besides the information that’s been presented on this online source, 

Is There a Connection Between Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Addiction?

Is There a Connection Between Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Addiction?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (read ‘What is OCD?’ here) is a chronic mental health condition involving unwanted thoughts known as obsessions that lead to compulsions. This condition can affect anyone and can sometimes be severe. Addiction is a self-induced condition facilitated by excessive use of drugs. According 

Verywell Study Reveals 90% of Americans Believe Online Therapy is a Sign of Strength

Verywell Study Reveals 90% of Americans Believe Online Therapy is a Sign of Strength

Today, Verywell (www.verywellmind.com) released findings from its Online Therapy Study, revealing that 90% of Americans in online therapy believe seeking out mental health services is a sign of mental strength, and more than a third (38%) of Americans in online therapy plan to continue seeing their therapists 

3 Things To Invest In That Will Make You Happy

3 Things To Invest In That Will Make You Happy

Many of us have a terrible habit; we like to spend money. This doesn’t have to be such a bad thing if it is handled correctly, and when you think about how to do it well, it can benefit you greatly.    The problem is, 

Expert Advice on How to Master Your Anxiety During A Second National Lockdown

Expert Advice on How to Master Your Anxiety During A Second National Lockdown

Since the outbreak of Coronavirus, 84.9% of adults have reported that they’ve felt anxious as a result of the pandemic. More so than ever, finding practical solutions to manage anxiety is crucial. Following the PM’s announcement of a second national lockdown, uncertainty about our health, finances