How a Multi-State Licensed Therapist Can Help?

With the change of work at home policies, constant relocation of individuals, and families that are disbursed across state lines, finding a therapist that is licensed in multiple states is often a requirement for your situation. Many clinicians including Lisa Rogers have expanded the number of state licenses that they hold. By keeping multi-state therapy … Read more

Is Marriage Counseling Worth It?

Has your marriage hit a little bump, and it has you feeling a bit unsettled? You’re not alone. Every couple runs into conflicts along the way, and often they find themselves in need of a neutral third party to mediate and gain perspective. Some of these bumps you can fix yourself with some time and … Read more

What Challenges Do Third Culture Kids (TCK) Face?

Whether army kids or those just carted along when their parents change jobs, the result is the same. These children and adolescents may reap countless benefits from being so well-traveled, but the lifestyle certainly has its challenges for young people.  Third Culture Kids (TCK) is the term given to children and adolescents who grow up … Read more

Expat Mental Health: Should You See a Therapist?

If you’re an expat, you know the struggles of adjusting to a new life. Many challenges come with moving to another country. Sometimes problems arise that you didn’t anticipate, and this includes mental health issues.  Sometimes it becomes hard to handle everyday tasks. Living abroad can be wonderful, but it’s not uncommon for expats and … Read more

How Does Marriage Counseling Work?

You’ve seen it in the movies. A couple has some issues, so they attend therapy to help fix their issues. The counselor asks questions, the partners share their feelings, and then everything is fixed. But the problem is, if you’ve ever experienced issues within a relationship, you probably know that nothing is quite so simple.  … Read more

What Is Individual Psychotherapy?

Now, more than ever, we are coming to understand the strain isolation and stress can cause and the impact spending so much time isolated from others can have on our relationships. No one is alone in this. The answer is collaboration, and counseling can help.  The truth is, therapy isn’t only there for you when … Read more

What is Telemental Health?

Before the pandemic, virtual counseling and health services weren’t as widely available as they became once things began to close down. We were suddenly in a world that relied on digital tools that helped us social distance while remaining connected. The closures and quarantines created a more widespread need for telemental health services, as the … Read more

Helping Teens With Autism Navigate Dating

Are you the parent of a teen with Autism? Are they showing an interest in dating? Are you confused about how to help your teenager navigate the dating world? Dating can be a complicated and awkward experience, regardless of your circumstances. It’s perfectly normal to experience anxiety and confusion when one begins to navigate the … Read more

What Is the Difference Between Autism and Asperger Syndrome?

Mental disorders have been classified and reclassified over the years as science and medicine expand research with more targeted and innovative studies. New ideas as to what qualifies as a mental disorder are regularly arising and being tested for better classification.  Our understanding of mental health disorders evolves as the definitions and categorizations change. Mental … Read more