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In Treatment

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  • Coaching with DT
    Published about a month ago
    Everyone can benefit from counselling

    Everyone can benefit from counselling

  • Summer
    Published 2 months ago
    Why I Finally Decided To Go To Therapy

    Why I Finally Decided To Go To Therapy

    For someone who is a huge advocate of therapy, I have avoided it for years and it hypocritical really, but I finally did it, and this is why.
  • Doors to Life
    Published 2 months ago
    The Existence of Humanity and Personalities

    The Existence of Humanity and Personalities

    In the article, “The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions of Therapeutic Personality Change” by Rogers, talks about the conditions that are key factors when a therapist talks to client in order to have a healthy personality change. The article begins by including the six factors between the relationships of the therapist and the client. First of the six conditions is that, “two of the people are in psychological contact” (Rogers, 1992) which means that the therapist and the clients are involved and speaking in a mental and emotional state by meeting, communicating and are in a professional relationship.
  • Jamie Jackson
    Published 3 months ago
    In Defence of Therapy and Becoming Vulnerable

    In Defence of Therapy and Becoming Vulnerable

    If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone say they don't need therapy, I'd have about $12 and then I'd have to lose some of that in commission, exchanging it for pound sterling.
  • Ashley Peterson
    Published 4 months ago
    Mental Illness Treatment vs. Wellness Promotion

    Mental Illness Treatment vs. Wellness Promotion

    One of the things I talk about in my new book Managing the Depression Puzzle is the idea of differentiating between illness treatment strategies and wellness promotion strategies. I think it’s a distinction that applies to mental illness in general. So what’s the difference?
  • Mariah Adams
    Published 4 months ago
    Psych Hospitals

    Psych Hospitals

    Through popular media today there are many ideas of what psychiatric hospitals are like. From dimly lit and dirty hallways lined with people in straight jackets and screaming that they want to kill you, to unwilling people being strapped down to beds and having injections forced upon them. Hollywood loves to portray psych hospitals as scary places where people get tortured or forced into things they don't want. But is that really what it's like? The short answer is no, that's not what it's like at all.
  • Strom Gray
    Published 4 months ago
    My Prayer

    My Prayer

    1-800-273-8255 By Logic
  • Surviving Childhood Trauma
    Published 4 months ago
    Adjusting to Mental Health Treatment Via Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Adjusting to Mental Health Treatment Via Telehealth During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    I’ve been seeing my counselor for three years. Every week.
  • Tyris Branford
    Published 4 months ago
    Give Me A Break!

    Give Me A Break!

    Today, I went to my first NA meeting, Narcotics Anonymous. I have been to a redemption like this before. Therefore, I am saying that this isn’t my first adventure. Intuitively speaking, I should have never let go of this trip in the first place!