Tips for Fresno families, individuals and married couples on a variety of counseling and therapy related topics.
Jan 25, 2018
1 commentCategory: Couples Counseling
There are some questions that a person may ask themselves before considering couples counseling. Can couples counseling help me and my partner? It can help with a variety of issues to help rebuild and repair your relationship to help make it stronger than ever.
Jan 18, 2018
Cognitive behavioral therapy is anxiety provoking in and of itself. Being in a room alone with a stranger laying out your fears and struggles is very intimidating. These are some basic things that may make potential patients more comfortable.
Jan 11, 2018
Some individuals carry stress in manageable ways, others however go beyond that. Carrying high levels of stress is the main cause of anxiety, and from there it becomes an everyday lifestyle. Here are some tips and tricks on controlling your everyday anxiety in a healthy and natural way.
Jan 04, 2018
0 commentsCategory: Depression Counseling
Somehow, we have this idea that depression is only there or only valid when things are critical. But that simply is not true. The truth is that you can be struggling and still be carrying on. If we resist the urge to fall apart, it seems like everyone just expects us to be ok. All or nothing. How do we help ourselves when we are stuck in the middle?
Dec 28, 2017
0 commentsCategory: Couples Counseling
When should you go in for couples counseling? Is there a best time? Sometimes, couples go in for counseling when the relationship is on the rocks. At this time, it might be a bit late to rebuild the relationship. So it's best to go in for couples counseling earlier, when things haven't reached a fever pitch.
Dec 21, 2017
0 commentsCategory: Family Therapy
As family members of people in active addiction or early recovery, the path to a healthier life is strewn with hurdles and barriers. Frustration and resentment often fuel anger and fear toward the addicted family member, causing rifts and distrust to grow. How can we help ourselves? How can we continue to support someone when that person has created so much chaos in our lives?
Dec 14, 2017
There are many individuals who suffer from social anxiety in one form or another. For many people, it's a full-blown psychological disorder. It's one of the most common mental health issues. Many people are on medication for it, and others are in therapy in order to address it. Anxiety counseling can make all the difference.
0 commentsCategory: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Panic attacks strike a large number of people who suffer from severe anxiety. If you or someone you love are experiencing an increasing number of these attacks, it is worth exploring the healing benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy. CBT has been shown to have a real effect on managing the severity of panic attacks.
8 commentsCategory: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy based on the idea that individual perception has a greater connection to their reaction rather than the situation which caused it. The purpose of CBT is to help people overcome their harmful, repeating behaviors and change harmful ways of thinking.
0 commentsCategory: Family Therapy
Growing up, most people were told over and over again that families were meant to stick together through thick and thin. So when you end up wanting to distance yourself from your own parents, it can become a very painful and isolating experience.