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Coping with Working from Home Stress

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a significant increase in the number of people working from home. While workplaces are opening post -COVID many people are choosing to continue to work from home as they benefit from greater flexibility,...read more


Coping Skills and Strategies

Coping skills and strategies are important tools to improve overall mental health. They can be applied to help manage daily stress, deal with difficult emotions, and attend to difficult life circumstances. These skills can be particularly helpful to manage...read more

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What will happen at my first therapy session?

It takes courage to recognize that you need help and resolve to act. The first session can also create anxiety wondering. What is going to be asked? How is it going to go? What will the therapist be like?...read more


Working from Home – Stress and Coping

Work From Home (WFH) is the new normal. Before the pandemic just 14% of Americans worked remotely five or more days a week. Over two years into the pandemic most workers (59%) with jobs they can do from home...read more

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Psychodynamic Therapy (PDT) Explained

What is psychodynamic therapy? Psychodynamic therapy is a type of talk therapy that originated from the work of Sigmund Freud. Psychodynamic theory places importance on unconscious motivations, instinctual drives, and specific themes across the formative years of psychological development....read more

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Supportive Therapy Explained

What is supportive therapy? Supportive psychotherapy is treatment designed to help patients better deal with their emotional problems such as by reducing levels of anxiety and depression to improve their quality of life. It aims to improve symptoms and...read more