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3 Benefits of Having a Male Therapist

It’s not uncommon for people to prefer working with a female therapist. Women often feel that they will be better understood by another woman and men often feel more comfortable being vulnerable in front of a woman as opposed to a man. Feeling comfortable with your therapist will make it easier to open up and […]

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The Problem with Perfectionism: Why It Hurts and How to Overcome It

There’s nothing wrong with wanting to do things well or wanting to put your best foot forward. However, there’s a big difference between having high standards and expecting things to be absolutely perfect like we see in perfectionism.  Perfectionism might seem like a virtue, but it can be someone’s downfall since it’s something that can’t […]

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Chronic Illness and Work: How to Juggle Both

When you have a chronic illness, it’s easy to worry about how it will impact your job. You might even be afraid to tell your boss or coworkers about your difficulties because you worry your illness might cost you your career.  Even if you are upfront about it, your illness might cause you to struggle […]

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5 Signs You’re Living With Complex PTSD

Living with complex PTSD Most people understand the basics of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). We often associate it with individuals who have been through a major traumatic event, such as war, a natural disaster, or even an abusive situation. However, many people are not as familiar with the term complex PTSD. Complex PTSD occurs when […]

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5 Dating Tips for Those With a History of Trauma

Dating With A History Of Trauma No matter what type of trauma you’ve been through, it’s unlikely that you’ll recover from it overnight. Some people struggle with the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for years. Dating with a history of trauma is always difficult. If your trauma is the result of destructive or abusive […]

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Is It Time to Share Your Trauma History With Someone? – How to Tell

Sharing Your Trauma History No matter how long ago you went through a traumatic experience, it isn’t always easy to talk about. That can be especially true if you’re trying to figure out when to share your trauma history with a romantic partner or someone else close to you. People with a trauma history can […]

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Learning To Say No Without Feeling Guilty

Do people know you as a “yes” person? Do you have a hard time telling people no because it makes you feel bad? If so, you’re definitely not alone. With everything you say yes to, you probably feel overwhelmed and tired. You might even start to resent the things you’re agreeing to or the people […]

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Fear of Failure: 5 Ways to Cope and Create Confidence

It’s not uncommon for people to fear “messing up” on a big project or in trying to reach a major goal. In some cases, a mild fear of failure can be a motivational tool. However, when that fear takes over your life and ends up in the driver’s seat, it can completely strip your confidence and […]

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How To Cope If You’re Pregnant And Depressed

Pregnancy is an exciting time, and truly like no other experience in the world. However, that doesn’t mean that every second of your pregnancy will feel happy and wonderful. In fact, if you’re feeling depressed throughout your pregnancy, you’re not alone.  You’ve probably heard of postpartum depression (PPD) which occurs after you give birth. Less […]

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The Importance of Healthy Boundaries and How to Set Them

You’re probably familiar with the idea of having good boundaries, and you know they can benefit your relationships and your mental health. Boundaries can keep us from feeling taken advantage of or resentful of others and can boost our self-confidence and sense of self-worth. They can also prevent us from taking on the problems and […]

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What is EMDR and How Does it Heal Past Trauma?

What is EMDR? To begin with, EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. While that might sound complicated, this type of therapy is actually pretty straightforward. That’s one reason it has increased in popularity over the years.  As far as treatment for trauma goes, EMDR is relatively new. It was developed in the late […]

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2805 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
Suite 115
Duluth, GA 30097

Appointments available to serve clients in Gwinnett county and in the areas of:

  Alpharetta,   Roswell,
  Johns Creek,   Norcross,
  Duluth,   Lilburn,
  Lawrenceville,   Suwanee,
  and Doraville.

Online therapy appointments available in the following states:

  Arizona,   Colorado,
  Delaware, Washington DC,
  Georgia,   Illinois,
  Missouri,   Nebraska,
  Nevada,   New Hampshire,
  North Carolina,   Oklahoma,
  Pennsylvania,   Texas,
  Utah,   and Virginia