Category: ONLINE THERAPY

Press Release: What Are You Prepared To Do For Your Relationship?

“Being involved romantically with another human being is to use a famous quote “the best and worst of times”. We proclaim our love, often far too quickly, and make irrational decisions. We believe we can take on the world and our own world is in order. Though when it goes wrong, things swing quickly in…

The Fear Factor

The old saying goes “Life is about choices. If you don’t like your life, make better choices”.  This is totally correct. We make choices about most of the things that happen to us in our lives. We can choose to stay in a relationship or go, we can mostly choose to be happy or sad,…

Codependents and Break-ups

In my experience in treating codependents that find themselves alone, I often see feelings of guilt, self-blame and an overwhelming sense of responsibility for the break-up: “I could have done more”, “What did I do wrong?” are statements and questions I often hear.

A Therapist must have Boundaries

Just where are the boundaries between therapist and client? What can you expect your therapist to divulge about himself and his view on the world? This is often one of the confusing aspects of therapy for many clients.   Irvin Yalom has been an advocate of having a less rigid approach to therapy in certain cases,…

Online Therapy & Training Can Reduce Risk of Depression

What if you could prevent clinical depression from taking hold before it’s ever even diagnosed? That’s the promise shown by an innovative European study that included a six-week online therapy and training course and support from a personal health care coach. The new research shows that participants in the online course reduced the risk of…