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  • Grad School Is Stressful but Counseling Can Help

    Deciding to enroll in graduate school is a big deal. It will help you to better your future career, but it can also be a toll on your mental well-being.

    Posted in Student, Mental Health on Feb 19, 2018

  • Choosing to Be Happy

    No doubt, you’ve probably spent countless hours and days waiting for that thing that’s going to make you happy. But here’s the gist: happiness is something you choose to be, not something that happens to you.

    Posted in Mental Health on Jan 29, 2018

  • 5 Counseling Tips for Those Battling Depression

    Living with depression is never easy, but these counseling tips can help you during your battle.

    Posted in Counseling, Mental Health on Apr 17, 2017

  • Is Your Teenager Depressed?

    Understandably, as a parent you want to protect your child from harm. This natural inclination to guard them from all the dangers of the world starts as soon as they are born, and it does not disappear as your child age.

    Posted in Mental Health on Mar 09, 2016

  • Student Counseling Can Make the College Years a Little Easier

    The college years can be extremely demanding and cause numerous pressures and a build up of stress. Undergoing student counseling allows you to work with someone to explore your history and issues to build personalized goals that will all you to make positive changes and learn how to deal with difficult situations and how to manage stress.

    Posted in Student on Nov 18, 2015

  • Depression Statistics in America

    Depressive disorders affect approximately 18.8 million American adults or about 9.5% of the U.S. population age 18 and older in a given year. This includes major depressive disorder, dysthymic disorder, and bipolar disorder.

    Posted in Counseling on Nov 17, 2015