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  • Kayla Loibl, MA, LMHC

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Seasonal Affective Disorder Treatment: Learn Everything You Need to Know

What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal affective disorder occurs when an individual’s depressive episodes correlate with the seasons of the year. For example, someone may...

35 Group Therapy Activities for Individuals with Depression

Approximately 21 million adults living in the United States experienced at least one major depressive episode in 2020 according to the National Institute on Mental...

35 Group Therapy Activities for Individuals with Anxiety

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that approximately 19.1% of adults in the United States have struggled with an anxiety disorder in the...

50 Substance Abuse Group Therapy Activities for Recovery

When we look at treatment programs that are designed to help individuals who are struggling with a substance abuse disorder, we often see that treatment...

Navigating When to Terminate Therapy with a Client

One aspect of the counseling relationship that may be challenging for Counselors and Therapists is terminating therapy with a client.  In many situations, counseling relationships...

Should I Use Patient or Client in My Psychology Practice?

When working in the mental health field, you may have noticed that there are some professionals who use the term “patient” while others use the...

Group Therapy: What are the Advantages and Disadvantages?

If you are one of the millions of Americans who are struggling with your mental health, it is important for you to know that you...

Exceptions to Confidentiality in Therapy: When to Break Confidentiality

Confidentiality is a vital component of a Mental Health Professionals work. Clients come to use to talk about concerns and we ask them to be...

Should You Offer a Sliding Scale in Your Therapy Practice?

The National Institute of Mental Health  estimates that approximately 25% of individuals living in the United States are living with a mental health concern. This...

4 Ways to Overcome Imposter Syndrome as a Therapist

As Mental Health Professionals, we can find ourselves doubting our skills and ability when working with our or venturing into new clinical roles. Additionally, we...

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