Like any therapeutic relationship, finding the right therapist is a critical factor in the success of your treatment. This becomes especially important when finding a therapist for your child. These tips can help you choose the right therapist.
1. Find a Therapist Experienced in Treating Children Specifically
For some children, just the act of being put into therapy, though beneficial and...Lear More
One of the most critical factors in the success of counseling and therapy is a good match between the client and counselor. In an ideal setting, both client and counselor can relate to one another and this forms the basis of an open and trusting therapeutic relationship that allows healing to begin. In faith based counseling, this means providing science-based counseling techniques from a...Lear More
No matter how much you love someone, living with them day in, day out, can cause issues. No one is at their best 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and a happy and healthy marriage can take a great deal of hard work.
Here are 5 ways in which you can foster a happy and healthy marriage.
Respect One Another
No partnership is constantly in perfect harmony. Contented couples understand they are...Lear More
Did you know that anxiety is the most common mental health related problem that people seek help for? It’s a term that encompasses a whole range of issues that people have to face, such as dealing with past traumas, panic attacks or a dread of social situations.
Despite the number of people who suffer from some form of anxiety there are still plenty of common misconceptions about the...Lear More
For many years, there has been a social stigma about couples (or individuals) who seek therapy or counseling to process issues in their relationships. Many couples delay or avoid seeking professional support all together because they fear they will be judged or seen somehow as dysfunctional or weak. We also live in a society that paints a fairytale picture of relationships and pushes us all to...Lear More
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder that is characterized by unwanted, unreasonable thoughts or feelings or urges that lead to compulsive behaviors. One example is an intense fear of germs or vomiting leading to washing hands so often that your hands turn red or bleed. A person suffering from OCD is so disturbed by their specific fear or obsession that they feel...Lear More
There are many Americans who are stuck in an unhappy relationship. Rather than seeking help or counseling, they often decide to continue the relationship while remaining unhappy. The good news is that if you really want to get help with your unhappy relationship, there is assistance out there. Specifically, our team at CBT Counseling Centers can help you navigate this difficult time in your...Lear More
The expression of emotion makes us human. Anxiety is a complicated emotion and usually expresses itself in response to stress. It is not always a negative or abnormal response to stress, but like any aspect of life, it can be. For teens, who are in a stage of life marked by transition from childhood to adulthood, anxiety can spiral out of control and cause periodic to ongoing distress. CBT...Lear More
Are you having trouble getting your child to spend less time in front of a tablet or video game system? Children this day in age don’t know a life where there was no such thing as screen time. Over the last decade or so, electronics and screen time have become a part of everyday life for children of all ages. The question that many parents have begun to ask is if screen time can alter your...Lear More
The CDC estimates that more than 6 million children in the United States battle with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and that this number may be on the rise. It can be characterized by difficulty keeping focus/attention, hyperactivity, impulse control and can lead to difficulty in school, with social interactions, and low self-esteem. It usually presents in kids under the age...Lear More