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Counseling During the Era of COVID-19

By Lisa Rogers | Mar 16, 2021

COVID-19 has made exploring counseling options a unique and challenging experience. This has become especially challenging for patients concerned about their privacy, with unique challenges and barriers present for patients and for counselors alike. Despite the challenges, counselors are still … Read more

What are the Seemingly Hidden Signs of Depression?

By Lisa Rogers | Mar 12, 2021

Many of us know what depression is and what the apparent signs are. Prolonged sadness, loss of hope, loss of interest in activities are all common symptoms. These symptoms are commonly listed on mental health websites and in antidepressant ads. … Read more

How is Covid-19 Affecting Children’s Mental Health

By Lisa Rogers | Mar 8, 2021

COVID-19 has caused plenty of problems in the world as we know it. The economy has suffered, people are sick, and many are dealing with depression and other disorders that they may or may not have been struggling with before … Read more

How to Help Someone Get Help With Substance Abuse

By Lisa Rogers | Feb 11, 2021

Substance abuse is a prevalent problem in America. People with substance abuse issues often develop or already are plagued by mental and physical health issues, and their loved ones suffer alongside them in many ways as well.

Dealing With Grief and Loss During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Lisa Rogers | Feb 4, 2021

Whether due to the virus or another health complication, the experience of losing a loved one during the pandemic is especially painful for many. Due to the restrictions put in place with the intent of preventing the spread of the … Read more

5 Signs You Should Visit a Marriage Counselor

By Lisa Rogers | Feb 1, 2021

Getting married is a wonderful occasion, and marriage can be a great adventure. As time passes, the people involved in the marriage can change and evolve. This can lead to issues, sometimes so impactful that it may involve the need … Read more

Signs That a Loved One May Have a Substance Abuse Problem or Addiction

By Lisa Rogers | Jan 14, 2021

Substance addiction plagues many people. Not everyone who engages in substance abuse inherently has an addiction, but the practice of substance abuse can lead to addiction. The reality of being addicted comes as a shock for most sufferers and the people in their lives. 

What is Child Play Therapy

By Lisa Rogers | Dec 21, 2020

We’ve all seen our children play. They play with dolls, trucks, cars, and crafts. It can be fun to watch or even join in on their play. Many of us think that play is just play, but it is so much more than that. The way your child plays provides insight into how they interact with others, with their world, and even themselves.

Why Teletherapy Could Outlast Social Distancing Required of the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Lisa Rogers | Dec 17, 2020

It took a pandemic for teletherapy to become the standard, and now it may be here to stay. If we have learned anything this year, it’s that there are things you can do from the comfort of your own home that you’d never taken advantage of before. Ordering delivery through Uber, Grubhub, DoorDash, and Postmates has increased exponentially. Online grocery/household items can now be delivered to your door — hassle-free.