It’s typical to want to work with a therapist who is similar (e.g., age, sexual orientation), take a look at this blog to consider how differences can also be healing and beneficial!
Affirmative Therapy is a type of psychotherapy used to validate and advocate for the needs of sexual minority clients. The goal is to celebrate the client as they are in a safe, supportive space.
No matter how busy you are or how guilty you feel about it, self-care is not selfish or unimportant! Dr. Janine unpacks some common myths that may be getting in the way of taking care of yourself.
With access to news 24/7 across numerous platforms, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the information. Especially when media outlets have a vested interest in keeping you dialed in. Read more about news anxiety and how to manage it.
If you’re curious to know if you have depression, we suggest that you take this brief, self-administered quiz as a screening tool.
If you’re curious to know if you have anxiety, we suggest that you take this brief, self-administered quiz as a screening tool.
Most people mistakenly think using their health insurance is the best financial decision for mental health therapy. Here is why they’re wrong.
Our minds and bodies are connected. When we experience Anxiety it can manifest in physical symptoms in the body. Read more to find out how.
Families are complicated. And family gatherings amidst the pressures of a hellacious 2020 make it even more so. Here are some strategies to help it feel more tolerable.
Rumination occurs when you have constant and repetitive thoughts about a problem or situation. In this post, Dr. Gabi helps us learn how to combat this uncomfortable thinking trap.
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