therapy

Focused on the relationship between doctor and patient. Therapy is the process of self-discovery.

  • Azaria Brown
    Published about a year ago
    I Can't Afford Therapy

    I Can't Afford Therapy

    There are a few pretty widespread affordable therapy options out there: Talk Space, Open Path, Better Help, etc. But, if your pockets look anything like mine, you still can’t afford them. While paying $30 to $70 a week is an enormous decrease in price, it can still cost up to $300 a month, which is just an extra bill that many can’t afford. In some cases, healthcare will cover therapy and mental health services, but I know that I can’t afford healthcare and I’m sure many others can’t either. So, what do you do when you can’t afford therapy, but you don’t want your mental health to climb aboard a sinking ship?
  • Haybitch Abersnatchy
    Published about a year ago
    Who Needs a Therapist When (Pt. 14)
  • Claire Peters
    Published about a year ago
    Experiential Therapies for Teens

    Experiential Therapies for Teens

    There are tried and true treatments in the mental health world, and these work for many people. Yet every medical discipline is always seeking out innovations that can provide even more help for those in need. For teens, some of these exciting new therapies involve experiences that can make all the difference to their mental health.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published about a year ago
    Why You Should Find a Great Local Therapist

    Why You Should Find a Great Local Therapist

    We all have our own ways of dealing with stress, anxiety, depression, anger, sadness, and other emotional issues that can get in the way of leading a good life. Some of them involve healthy decisions such as exercise, writing, and creating artwork, while others may involve alcohol, food, cigarettes, and other less than healthy outlets. Even if you fall in the former group, you might benefit from getting help from a professional in your neighborhood.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published about a year ago
    Group Therapy vs. Individual Counseling: Differences and Benefits

    Group Therapy vs. Individual Counseling: Differences and Benefits

    In the United States, we have a clear and considerable need for mental health services. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 50 percent of all Americans are diagnosed with a mental illness or disorder at some point during their lifetime. During any given year, approximately 26 percent of Americans over the age of 18 (or roughly one in four adults) struggle with a diagnosable mental health issue.
  • Haybitch Abersnatchy
    Published about a year ago
    Who Needs a Therapist When (Pt. 12)
  • Haybitch Abersnatchy
    Published about a year ago
    Who Needs a Therapist When (Pt. 11)
  • Claire Peters
    Published about a year ago
    How Therapy Could Change Your Life

    How Therapy Could Change Your Life

    Substance abuse is something many people struggle with. It is all too easy to get started and far harder to stop and go back. For some people, beating a substance abuse addiction can seem hopeless, but if that’s you, you should know that you’re not alone. There is help available, and the therapy you get at a treatment center can truly change your life.
  • Claire Peters
    Published about a year ago
    Finding a Therapist in New York City

    Finding a Therapist in New York City

    More than eight and a half million people live in New York City. Sometimes, it can feel like every one of them is stressed out. Here in New York, we deal with gridlocked traffic, a deteriorating subway system, long work hours, crowded streets (and stores, and restaurants), and more than our fair share of rude people.
  • Haybitch Abersnatchy
    Published about a year ago
    Who Needs a Therapist When (Pt. 10)
  • Claire Peters
    Published about a year ago
    Could You Benefit from Therapy?

    Could You Benefit from Therapy?

    Do you feel anxious? Do you feel sad? Are you having trouble with a relative or a relationship? Is your job stressing you out?
  • Gulce Sakallioglu
    Published about a year ago
    Pitfalls of Your Mind

    Pitfalls of Your Mind

    Throughout the day, we evaluate our experiences within the narratives our own mind creates. We respond and react to the events we encounter, often in the form of “This happened, hence I think/feel/act as such.” It is perhaps easier to pinpoint how our actions lead to certain consequences, but what we often miss is how our thoughts shape our experiences in the first place.