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Tools, tips and ideas to support your mental health in between sessions. Dive into our latest content, below!

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by Stephanie King, LPC Grief- what a ride. It’s not a ride that anyone asks to be on, but it’s something we will all experience in our lives to some degree. If you’re lucky, it won’t be until you are old and gray. My first experience with gut wrenching, life changing grief came 10 years […]

by Erika Pranzo, LPC Let’s talk about summer body image. Finally, it’s over 70 degrees in Philly. It’s time to open the windows, feel the sun on your skin, wear sundresses, and hate every picture you take. Stop right there- not this year!! Our mental health often improves as the temperature gets warmer and the […]

by Leah Wright, LCSW The past two-and-a-half years have been an interesting journey for all of us. Our world shifted dramatically in March 2020, and we had to adjust to new norms beyond our control. If motherhood was also part of your equation, pandemic parenting probably felt (and may still feel) even more isolating, scary, […]

I am so excited to share that my new book, Not Drinking Tonight: The Workbook, is officially available everywhere books are sold! Though I specifically designed it for therapists, this workbook will benefit anyone wanting to dig deeper into why they drink. And while it focuses on alcohol, think of alcohol as the portal to […]

Keeping treatment relevant, timely, and on track. Therapy doesn’t need to be old school. At Therapy for Women, we believe in working to remain at the forefront of therapy techniques, methods, and technologies so we can best support our clients. Which is why we are proud to announce our use of MoodLinks and RecoveryRecord to […]

by Leah Wright, LCSW Hi, my name is Leah! I am a therapist, a mom, a wife, and a feminist. I fell in love with helping people in 2015. That’s when I decided to make the jump and apply to graduate school to become a therapist. Now, I feel incredibly lucky to be part of […]

“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 on it. And its difficult because there are so many different […]

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