Improving The Counseling Process

Improving The Counseling Process

  • 4 Benefits Of Telehealth Therapy Sessions

    After the recent pandemic, the mental health industry improved its online capabilities. Therapists met with patients over video calls, phone calls, and messaging. With things back to normal, many doctors and patients maintained the teletherapy sessions instead of going back to the office. Learn more about the 4 main benefits of telehealth therapy sessions.  1. Increased Convenience  Online therapy sessions are much more convenient than traditional therapy appointments. The patient doesn't need to leave their home, let alone drive to the therapy office and find a parking spot.

  • 4 Facts About Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy

    Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a popular yet relatively new form of psychotherapy that changes the brain's functions when it encounters certain thoughts. Do you want to try EMDR to treat your mental illness? Learn a little more about the process with these 4 facts about EMDR.  1. EMDR emerged in 1987 as a PTSD treatment.  Dr. Francine Shapiro first theorized about the equalizing effect of eye movements in 1987 after she recognized the positive impact controlled eye movements had on her own emotions when she experienced unpleasant memories.

  • Counseling For Foster Families Can Be A Very Good Step

    Welcoming foster children into your home is a wonderful act of kindness and gives kids from traumatized backgrounds a chance to live with a stable family. But those dreams of a happy foster experience can be made much tougher due to potential PTSD and behavioral issues. Counseling for the child is a good idea, and foster parents may benefit, too. Chances Are the Child Has Been Through Trauma Kids go into the foster system as a result of something negative, such as neglect, abuse, or even family death.

About Me

Improving The Counseling Process

As a lifetime sufferer of depression, I have spent a great deal of time in therapy. One thing that I learned early on was the importance of having a good attitude and trying to figure out how to cope with some of the suggestions that my counselors gave me. I realized that when it came to having a good experience, the bulk of the responsibility fell in my lap. I started working hard to take their suggestions in stride and carefully analyze my life and my behavior. This blog is all about improving the counseling process by having a better attitude.