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How To Tell the Difference Between the Blues and Symptoms of Depression: 6 Tell-Tale Signs

By Sunda Friedman Tebockhorst, PhD, LPC “The opposite of depression is not happiness, but vitality.” This quote from writer Andrew Solomon contains some important wisdom about the nature of the beast we call depression. It is normal to experience sadness, to have days of feeling grumpy or down. We all have days like this, sometimes […]

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Grief and Loss in Parenting

By Miki Fire, Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist As a relatively new parent, I have spent a lot of time reflecting on the experience of this new role. Like many of you, my experience in parenting has come with some unbelievable moments of joy; the feeling of holding your baby for the first time, of seeing your baby […]

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Medication Consultation for Seniors

Have All Your Attempts To Feel Better Failed? Have you tried counseling, perhaps multiple times, and despite putting good effort into it, still experience unwanted symptoms? Have you questioned or feared for a while that something may be inherently wrong with you? Do you have persistent and debilitating feelings and behaviors that you can’t seem […]

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Substance Abuse Counseling for Seniors

Is Drug Or Alcohol Abuse Or Dependency Affecting Relationships And Your Quality Of Life? Are you struggling with a long-term addiction, abusing alcohol or drugs to cope with life transition issues, or have a newly formed addiction to potent prescription medications? Have friends, family members or caregivers expressed concerns about your use and encouraged you […]

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PTSD / Trauma Counseling for Seniors

Have Traumatic Events In Your Life Left You Feeling Overwhelmed? Have traumatic events in your life left you feeling vulnerable? Is your trauma compounded by anxiety and worries about everyday concerns such as health and finances? Do you feel as if you are losing your independence? Is stress taking its toll physically as well as […]

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Grief & Loss Counseling for Seniors

Are You Or Someone You Know Experiencing Difficulties Due To Grief And Loss? Are you, or someone you know, experiencing overwhelming feelings of grief due to the loss of a spouse, life partner or close relation? Is your anxiety and sadness controlling you? Does it seem as if the pain and heartache will never go […]

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Anger Counseling for Seniors

Are You Ready To Let Go Of Anger And Live A Happier Life? Are you struggling to adjust to and accept the physical, emotional and social transitions that often come with aging? Is it difficult for you to ask for help or to accept that you cannot take care of everything with the same ease […]

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Anxiety Counseling for Seniors

Is Anxiety Affecting Your Ability To Feel Connected, Confident or Calm? Are you afraid of being alone as you get older? Do you see people around you becoming ill or passing away, causing you to experience grief and feel anxious about your own mortality? Do you have health issues that are causing you to contemplate […]

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Counseling for Social Isolation for Seniors

Do You Feel Lonely, Isolated or Unvalued? Are you spending more time by yourself than you’d like to? Have friends started to become ill or pass away? Are your children living out-of-state or trying to juggle their own children, careers and spouses, making it difficult for you to maintain a meaningful connection with them? Has […]

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Depression & Bipolar Counseling for Seniors

Are You Struggling To Feel And Function Well? Have you been feeling down, sad or despondent for at least a few months? Do you consistently feel tired, less interested in social activities, or heavy with a sense of hopelessness and helplessness? Do you feel more irritable and moody? Have friends, family members or caregivers expressed […]

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