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Hi there, friends! We’ve noticed some questions that come up much more frequently than others, so we’re going to cover the Therapy for Women Center FAQs. If there are any we missed, feel free to contact us at info@threapyforwomencenter.com. Okay, let’s get into it… Q: How can I still go to therapy and save money? […]

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If we can agree on anything these days I think it’s that most if not all of us are facing a degree of burnout. We’re in the midst of consuming information on horrific realities in our world on a daily basis, including (and unfortunately not limited to) the recent deaths of black and brown people, […]

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It’s no secret, and not all that surprising, that time management right now can be tough. Whether you are working from home, furloughed, or just lacking the structure of your regular routine, when the whole world is off track, it makes sense that your own time management would be too. And that can cause some […]

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-Kathryn Nulf, MA, RYT When I first learned about mindfulness I did so by way of surfing. Not the “in real life” surfing, but the analogy kind where I was encouraged to anticipate the thoughts of my mind like waves in the ocean which would eventually come in and go out and all the while […]

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Leeor is our Teletherapy expert. She has been doing teletherapy since grad school. As someone who personally loves it, she breaks down if its a good option for you and commonly asked questions. Originally utilized by the military to treat veterans and serve clients in rural areas, teletherapy is an online mental health counseling system […]

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  Self care is a buzz worthy topic these days. It’s all over instagram. But the truth is. it’s personal. It’s ever changing. It’s vital to managing stress and preventing burnout. AND -it’s not always easy. In fact, sometimes self care can be really difficult. The overall goal is figuring out what you need to […]

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“Self care looks like doing something right now that you don’t want to do in order to take care of your future self.”- Amanda E. White, LPC Despite what society tells us, self care is not something that you buy. There’s no price tag to self care. And its difficult because there are so many […]

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YOUR BRAIN IS NOT WIRED TO MAKE YOU HAPPY. YOUR BRAIN IS WIRED TO SURVIVE.  Here’s the deal…. Our society teaches us that being happy all the time is “normal” and that should be our baseline. This is something called the “happiness trap” (coined by Russ Harris). But this notion is radically incorrect. There is […]

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Hey guys! Although Maddie joined our team in August, I wanted to officially introduce her to all of you and share about her background and experience.  ​Maddie and I went to graduate school together at La Salle University. We met in 2012 in the same ethics class. Since we are both a little awkward and are introverted, it wasn’t until we. actually […]

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The holidays can be a stressful time, especially for those of us who struggle with our mental health. With all the focus on alcohol and food, and the holidays and gifts can bring about negative habits and added stress.  This year, instead of buying someone another gift card, take the time to give someone a […]

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