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Can Hypnosis Help Heal Trauma?

There are many therapies to help treat trauma. One you may not be as aware of is hypnosis. Hypnosis puts you in a deep state of relaxation and helps you look at trauma in a new context. It’s a safe space for you to examine your experience and how it affects you. Wondering if hypnosis can actually help heal your trauma? Let’s find out!

2022-10-13T14:31:34+00:00Trauma Therapy|

How Does Hypnosis Work to Treat Anxiety?

A pocket watch swaying back and forth. A spiral of white and black swirling and spinning. Closing your eyes. Clearing your mind. Entering a state of hypnosis. I know what you’re thinking, ‘hypnosis?!’ It’s something we see in cartoons or is sometimes even used as a premise in thriller movies. However, there’s a lot that TV and movies get wrong about hypnosis.

2022-10-10T16:16:53+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

Tips for Managing Difficult Family Dynamics During the Holidays When You Have Depression

The holidays are finally here. For many people, that means spending more time with family members, or maybe even staying with some if you’re traveling from out of town. While the holidays are great for reconnecting with loved ones and celebrating the season, they can be difficult when you’re dealing with depression.

2022-10-13T14:39:03+00:00Depression Therapy|

Can Hormones Affect Your Anxiety? What Women Should Know

Anxiety can happen at any moment, and for many different reasons. Life events like work stress, global events, past relationships, social obligations, and family conflict are some of the main culprits when it comes to triggering anxiety. But anxiety can also be fueled by physical things like caffeine intake, lack of sleep, and diet. That being said, it shouldn’t be that hard to believe that hormones could play a part in your anxiety as well.

2022-10-13T14:51:04+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome as a Therapist Who Needs Therapy

Answer the following questions with a Y (Yes) or N (No): Do you feel like you’re not good enough? Y/N Do you worry people will think you’re not smart? Y/N Do you doubt yourself? Y/N Do you hate making mistakes? Y/N Do you feel like your successes don’t mean or prove anything? Y/N If you responded with Y, or Yes, for a majority of your answers, you’re actually not alone. You’re experiencing what’s known as Imposter Syndrome.

What is a Trauma Bond and How Does One Form?

Have you ever been in a relationship that you just cannot seem to leave? Or maybe you have witnessed a friend, a family member, or even a coworker deal with a toxic relationship. You may have questioned yourself about why you were holding onto an obviously problematic relationship for so long. And if you are on the outside looking in, you may wonder why your friend, family member, or coworker does not leave the situation they are in or why they have even stayed in it for so long.

2022-10-13T14:43:18+00:00Trauma Therapy|

The Reality of Being a Therapist During Challenging Times—How to Cope

Life throws a lot your way. It can feel like you’re drinking water out of a firehose. It’s a rollercoaster of emotions. There are good times mixed with bad or challenging ones. At times, it can feel a little bit too much. The pandemic, a war, political battles on the news and social media, inflation. These are only a few of the issues we have all just faced in the past few months.

Coping with Depression When It Seems Like the World Is at War

You’re facing your own internal battle, and now, on top of that, it seems like the world is at war. Watching TV was your normal go-to that you used as a way to relax and unwind after a long day. Now, your TV screen and social media feeds are filled with images of war, death, and destruction from the ongoing war with Russia and Ukraine.

2022-10-13T15:02:53+00:00Depression Therapy|

Here’s Why It’s Crucial for HSPs to Set Boundaries

Do you have a hard time saying no? Are you afraid of disappointing loved ones? Have people told you that you’re too sensitive? If you answered yes to all the above, there’s a good chance you’re a Highly Sensitive Person or HSP. Before you start to worry, being a Highly Sensitive Person is not a bad thing! That being said, everything has positives and negatives associated with them.

2022-10-13T14:48:24+00:00HSP Therapy|

Coping with Depression During Challenging Times: 5 Steps to Take

Dealing with depression is never easy. Even when things are going well in your life, depression can make you feel hopeless, helpless, and unmotivated to do anything that used to interest you. In challenging times, those thoughts and feelings can be overwhelming. When things aren’t going well in your life, depression will always want to rear its ugly head and make things worse. Being able to cope can feel like a full-time job.

2022-10-13T15:07:57+00:00Depression Therapy|