The first meeting with a new therapist can be daunting—you might not know where to start. Here are some questions that might help guide your new relationship with a therapist.
When the pandemic hit, a lot of my stressors disappeared. Do I have to go back to therapy?
Is it OK to text your therapist? Texting with a therapist a couple times a day sounds like super convenient. But is text therapy actually effective?
There are dozens—literally dozens!—of different forms of therapy. Which is right for you? Here’s a breakdown of 7 of the more popular approaches.
Spilling your guts to a computer screen can feel…weird. Here are some tips for making it as un-weird as possible.
What is acceptance and commitment therapy, and how can it help you? (Hint: It probably can.)
Tips and advice on how to prepare and what to know before you go to your first therapy session. Includes what to bring, privacy policies, and developing trust in your therapist or counselor.
For some, the first therapy can be a surprise. We’ve made a checklist of things to bring, topics to cover, and ways to be prepared for your first therapy session.
Psychodynamic therapy is sometimes called the grandfather of modern talk therapy. But what actually goes on in psychodynamic therapy?
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) helped me learn to cope with my borderline personality diagnosis. But the people I met in group therapy helped me thrive.