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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?

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 1980s, so it […]

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What Makes Therapy Such an Effective Treatment for Depression?

Depression is one of the most common mental health conditions across the globe. Since it is so common, there are a variety of different treatment options available for people to find the help they need.  Therapy is one of the most popular and most effective treatments for depression.  If you’ve been struggling with the effects of […]

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Box Breathing: A Simple Exercise To Help Ease Your Anxiety

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition across the globe. There are many causes for it, and different triggers for everyone. Unfortunately, it’s also something that doesn’t just go away on its own.  Managing anxiety involves getting to the very core of the problem. Talking to a mental health professional is one of the […]

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5 Positive Habits to Help Improve Symptoms of Depression

Depression is the number one mental health condition across the globe. It has many underlying causes, and people experience it in different severities. So many people have been fighting depression for years, often fighting depression in isolation since they don’t want to discuss their symptoms with others. While depression is often treated with therapy and/or psychiatric […]

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Why Most People Misunderstand Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most prominent mental health conditions across the globe. In the U.S. alone, it’s estimated that 40 million adults deal with some type of anxiety disorder.  And yet, anxiety is still incredibly misunderstood.  Perhaps one of the biggest reasons it’s often misunderstood is because we have belittled it so much. Do […]

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The Impact of Stress on Chronic Illness

Everyone has some stress in their lives. Avoiding it completely is impossible. Sometimes, a little stress can actually be a good thing. In fact, quick, short-term stress can help with motivation and task completion. However, if you consistently experience significant stress, it can have a negative impact on your body.

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Why Trauma Therapy is so Effective

When you have experienced trauma, whether it was a one-time situation or chronic, repeated traumatic events, it can be overwhelming and painful. You may not know how to fully process what you’ve been through, which makes it easy for the trauma to “take over” your thoughts and feelings. You may just long to feel safe again.

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Postpartum Anxiety: Symptoms and Treatment

Whether you are currently pregnant, already have children, or know someone who does, you have undoubtedly heard of postpartum depression (PPD). But have you heard of postpartum anxiety (PPA)? It’s almost as common as postpartum depression but isn’t talked about nearly as much. Both conditions present after giving birth and cause significant distress. And yet, […]

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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