Category: Online Counseling

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Feb2020

Psychotherapy From Within

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February 17, 2020
Some of life’s issues come from within us. This is a scary prospect for many people. I’m writing this blog to say that it doesn’t need to be as scary as one might think. It is a matter of finding out things about our self; getting in touch with our ... Read More

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Feb2020

What is Psychotherapy?

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February 11, 2020
Psychotherapy conjures up many different images in people’s minds, including psychotherapists. There are different theories and models of psychotherapy. There are different ways in which psychotherapists look at the therapist and client relationship. There are certain legal and ethical concerns and issues that apply in psychotherapy. With all the differences I ... Read More

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Jan2020

Trauma

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January 16, 2020
When one thinks of trauma and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) the image of a combat solider often comes to mind. The truth is, anyone can experience a traumatic event and not everyone will have the same response to it. Not everyone that is exposed to a trauma will experience ... Read More

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Dec2019
Be present! This quick and easy technique calming technique is useful for anyone of any age as a fun way to help yourself, your kids or students refocus, coming back to baseline. It can be used anywhere, any time and takes 1 minute. Original Post December 16, 2019 on Jan Kwiatkowski ... Read More

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Nov2019
You are not alone... The Holiday season can be a very stressful time for many. Many people struggle in isolation with not feeling the expected holiday emotions. Jan discussed some tips for navigating the holidays while being true to your personal experience. Original Post November 19, 2019 on Jan Kwiatkowski at ... Read More

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Oct2019
Kelly McGonigal, in her 2019 TED Talk Kelly McGonigal: Can We Reframe The Way We Think About Stress, reveals that stress may not be as harmful as we have been led to believe. In her talk, McGonigal references a Harvard study that showed that re-framing our interpretation of ... Read More

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Oct2019
“I’m too busy!” “I can’t find anyone in my area.” “I’m a caregiver." "I can’t leave my kids…patient…parents alone.” “I don’t get home until late.” “I’ve got to take the kids to sports practice.” “I can’t leave the house because of my social anxiety…mobility issues…chronic illness.” There are a host of issues getting in the way of ... Read More

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Sep2019
With fall comes many pleasurable events to look forward to. Stay present with positivity as you observe the beauty of change develop around you. Allante' Burnell is a Psychologist that uses tool-based treatments to help clients understand the symptoms ... Read More

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Sep2019

What is Resilience?

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September 18, 2019
The dictionary defines resilience as: The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties The ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity When pressure is placed on an object – or person – what happens? Do they remain pressed down? Do they lose hope that they will ever recover? Like a ... Read More

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Sep2019
After years of working in an agency and hearing clients’ excuses for missing their appointments, I’ve learned that there are many reasons why people don’t show up for therapy: Career professionals or college or grad students spending long hours in the office or lab can find it difficult to break away ... Read More

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